As is tradition, here are all the episodes that didn’t get made in 2023, and a little note about Season 11 and 2024
My original essay from Solarpunk Magazine’s first issue. It examines the rise of Solarpunk as a creative force for sustainable futures.
3 years of wrist pain undone in 20 seconds with a simple movement and some pressure applied at the wrist?
The Cybertruck of 2035 will be a mundane part of everyday life. Most of the stuff around us today – is going to still be around in a Solarpunk future. To foreshorten the Gibson quote: “The future is already here”.
This is part two of my speed run to make a a Solarpunk visual novel Using Stable Diffusion, Godot and GPT4 in less than 30 hours
Using Stable Diffusion, Godot and GPT4, I’m going to try and make a Solarpunk visual novel in less than 30 hours
Wonderful folks over at the ‘transdisciplinary network’ that is Fo.AM just published Solarpunk. A remix as part of their Anarchive project
After dinner we found our selves drifting towards the Mall and Buckingham palace to see the flowers.
I recently had a pleasure of speaking about Solarpunk with Artist / Youtuber / Musician and all round creative guy Jesse Nickell the Fourth.
The cactus house is laid out like a body, a womb, a heart and stepping stones representing the cardinal directions and the elements.
Double down, create, make and post more – I suppose?
I can feel the ‘Spring Clean’ on its way. You can always feel it coming.
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Timo Peach from Unsee The Future. We talked Solarpunk, narrative strategy, and more
I have an essay titled ‘Solarpunk: A Container for More Fertile Futures’ in the inaugural issue of Solarpunk Magazine – out today.
I’m having one of those days where you find out your parker jotter went though the washing machine with all the white bedding.
In no particular order, here’s some recommendations of things from friends and acquaintances that I think you should check out.