Saturday, March 12, 2011

sage wisdom from a motorcycle shop in fishtown

a while back some friends and i were out on a friday night and ended up walking through this shop... there was an art gallery set up in the back corner. i had no clue what it was other than, really really amazing inside. the motorcycles chained to the rafters along side a giant disco ball were my favorite. Phil, a neighbor of mine posted this video on facebook a little earlier in the week. i think this guy is right on the money about the deindustrialization of america and how so few people know how to use their hands anymore.

Handmade Portraits: Liberty Vintage Motorcycles from Etsy on Vimeo.

Friday, August 13, 2010

good work still wins...

it's good to see that talent and originality still have their places in the motion graphics industry.
you don't see it often anymore, but it's nice when you do. maybe i'll rant about that another time...

watch it here

Saturday, August 07, 2010


Haley and I are members of a CSA that's located a couple blocks from our house. Every other week we go pick up tons of fresh, local produce. Here's what we go this week. I'm glad Haley likes figuring out how to cook all this stuff. I'll just stick to cooking our eggs in the morning.

Heirloom Tomatoes (2 pounds)
Red, White and Blue Potatoes (1 pound)
Cabbage (enormous)
Nectarines (6)
Zucchini (4)
Spinach (1 bag)
1 dozen eggs
and mozzarella cheese

Saturday, July 24, 2010

more origami

Origami_orchid from Jason Harmon on Vimeo.

Here's one more origami test. It's got some issues, but for now I can live with it.

Tuesday, July 06, 2010


At some point in the next several months I'll be working on a project that's should have a lot of 3D origami in it.
Yesterday I folded up a little bird and tried to match it in 3D... here's what I got. The audio is a track from The American Dollar

Origami Test from Jason Harmon on Vimeo.

Monday, December 28, 2009

wedding paraphernalia...

I've been married for 3 months now. It seems like that's about the amount of time it takes for the rush of planning, preparation, and celebration to settle into the pace where memories find their stride . I wouldn't have changed a thing about our wedding and pulling it all off wasn't even that tough (thanks to all the help we had)... but still I think remembering is a little more my speed.

Here are a few pieces of wedding paraphernalia, or maybe memorabilia, for anyone who might care to take a look.

Here's a book we made, you can see a preview or on the off chance you'd want to buy one, anyone can. It's 65 pages long, probably has around 100 or so photos in there. Everyone who has seen it has been impressed, so either it's nice or our families have low expectations.

And here's a link to a video Haley's friend Michael Schwartz made for us. He did a great job capturing the feel of the day. We were really happy with it.

Jason & Haley from Michael Schwartz on Vimeo.