Awakening as a Political Act Poster

March 21, 2012

Large Version Here.

Cross-Continental/Inter-Generational Collaboration

September 1, 2011

The city was quiet
while Irene was her guest.
Confused by the stillness,
we shudder back up to speed…

“Not a word was spoken,
Host, Guest, the white Chrysanthemum”
- Ryota


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patrick groneman, ryota, facebook, collaboration

A slightly more Buddhist Facebook

June 3, 2011

buddhist facebook meditation buddhism nyc

 

 

Touch the Earth Party

May 16, 2011

Earth Day Party Organized for the Interdependence Project, April 22, 2011

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Banner Illustration for Ethan Nichtern

April 27, 2011

Banner Illustration created for Ethan Nichtern’s Website

http://www.ethannichtern.com/

Buddhist Studies Lapel Pin

April 27, 2011

Buddhist Studies Lapel Pin

Lapel Pin co-designed with Ethan Nichtern for Graduates of the IDP’s Buddhist Studies Program

theidproject.org/offer/buddhist_studies

2011

Light on Lafayette One

April 5, 2011

Cell phone photo 2011 – Taken with Blackberry Curve 8500

You’re invited

March 30, 2011

Video invite created for the ID Project’s “Touch the Earth” Party.

More info about the event available here

About the Interdependence Project

March 8, 2011

Short video produced for the Interdependence Project.

Music by Love Like Deloreans.

Help from Andrew Bowler, Jerry Kolber, Maitreya Levanchild, Marisa Viola

Hopelessness

March 1, 2011

pema chodron hopelessness obama hope poster shepard fairey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Portrait of Pema Chödrön incorporating the graphic styling of Shepard Fairey from his famous  Barack Obama “Hope” Poster with Buddhist Notion of “Hopelessness” as described by Pema:

If hope and fear are two sides on one coin, so are hopelessness and confidence. If we’re willing to give up hope that insecurity and pain can be exterminated, then we can have  the courage to relax with the groundlessness of our situation.  This is the first step on the path”. – Pema Chödrön

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Image concept developed by Ethan Nichtern and The Interdependence Project.


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