Sterling Hayden was a good actor. Who can forget his mad air force general muttering about precious bodily fluids while orchestrating the end of the world in Dr. Strangelove?
Category Archives: Poetics of Boats
In Memoriam, David Moses Bridges
I’m sorry to read of the death of David Moses Bridges. My loss has been to have never known of him while he was alive.
A new school
It’s not a question of how to design a boat It’s a question of why
Yearning for a purpose
When I wrote Designer & Client this is what I saw: So much of what we do is… required of us.… …no one is forcing us to have a pleasure boat. No practical purpose is fulfilled by owning one…
Where do we start? Where we are is broken. Lies in tatters. Corrupt. We’re mired in toxic imitations of vitality. So many things are broken. Things we’ve forgotten what they were for. We are broken. Caught between our past and our loss of connection. Stuck in the ways we learned how to behave. Traumas enduredContinue reading “Finding Passage”
The Schooner Boat, Coming Together. Cross Post Antonio Dias Design
The Schooner Boat has reached another iteration. Check it out here.