The proprietors of prancyhorse.com would not be sad if you visited the following websites, all of which are hosted by friends of the proprietors.
Purchase t-shirts, tank tops and baby onsies with the fetching Prancy Horse logo.
Babblog is a weekly web magazine run by Martell Butterick. Jeff Lewis is a regular contributor.
In 1989, several teenage lab technicians, employed by the US Navy, created a prototype poetry generation system. For years it languished on a mainframe at a major research institution, largely unappreciated, save for a handful of Finns, Brazilians and Iowanese. Most users happened upon Poetry CreatOR while attempting to answer the timeless questions, "What is art?" or the more specific questions, "What is poetry?" and "Can I write a master's thesis without going to a research library?"
Bitterness without capitalization, brought to you by Brant Wellman.
A blog about Owen Zachary Fong, son of the artist, lawyer and creator of the Prancy Horse logo, Henry Fong.
Kindred was born in California of Quaker and Jewish roots. She began sculpting in 1989 at The Los Angeles County High School for the Arts under the guidance of ceramicist Henry Takemoto and has since studied sculpture and drawing at many institutions including Amherst and Mount Hollyoke Colleges, Chautauqua School of Art, The New York Studio School for Drawing Painting and Sculpture, and Universität der Künste Berlin. She has also studied neuropsychology and theatrical design at Hampshire College from which she received her Bachelor’s degree. In 1995 she won a grant from the Lemelson Foundation for Innovation and Creativity for her thesis project, the proposal and ground plans for a gigantic walk-through brain. Since 1992, she has worked as a free-lance lighting designer and theater technician and in 1997 co-founded the Plain Speech video production company with her mom. Kindred lives in Berlin, New York, and Los Angeles and turned 30 on 03-03-03. Visit www.kindredgottlieb.com to view and purchase Kindred's work.