Tags: busy, Jesse Reklaw, ten thousand things to do, zen
Ten Thousand Things To Do #1-4
by Jesse Reklaw
Reading Jesse Reklaw’s Ten Thousand Things To Do can be a little overwhelming for someone with enough things to do already. The guy keeps himself seriously busy, and it makes for a pretty tense, dense personal narrative.
Reklaw’s art and lettering are undeniably beautiful though, so that’s nice to see under any pretense. It’s also interesting just to learn more about someone whose work you appreciate. So if you ever looked at Reklaw’s life from the outside and wonderd, ‘How does he do it? The Kukoc fund raising, the event coordinating, the weekly Slow Wave, the Ignatz-winning Blue Fuzz, the veganism, the music-making, etc?’
Well, this is how.