#26 White Cosmic Wind

| November 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

White Cosmic Wind runs a small parcel delivery service for the entire galaxy. Since he is Cosmic, his reach is far and wide and at any time. With his Mech-A-Owls (short for mechanical automated owls) he makes deliveries to hell and back, or just about anywhere from this dimension to the next, or from that continent to this one, or from this planet to the next one, or from here to there, or from…well you get the idea. Just between you and me though, he’d rather be called a mail carrier than a time lord because it gives him some place to start, and 2063 is a good place to start.

White Cosmic Wind says, “I Endure in order to communicate transcending breath. I seal the input of spirit with the cosmic tone of presence. I am guided by the power of death.”

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Category: Fantasy, Scifi, Steampunk

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Born in the Philippines on the Mayan glyph day of the Crystal Star,1980, Tiph grew up in North Dakota and currently resides in Albuquerque, NM. At age 7, she began drawing and has not wavered in her art production since. Inspirations include the Discworld Graphic Novels illustrated by Stephen Ross, “Zombie Survival Guide: Recorded Attacks” illustrated by Ibrahim Roberson, the works of H.R. Giger, Terence McKenna and Timothy Leary, sacred geometries and mathematics, as well as the wonder of nature, occult science, world mythologies and symbolism, and most importantly, her vivid dream landscape. With a B.A. of Fine Arts from UNM, Tiph is professional VDJ Phive and is also a freelance artist/animator. Her other artistic skills include video art production, clay carving, mosaic design and construction, and has a specialty in fine line drawing. Tiph uniquely combines graphite and ink with watercolor paints. Her artwork can be seen around the Albuquerque Convention Center and a number of private residences. She is an avid fan of sci-fi books and film most notably, Lynne McTaggart,author of “The Field”, “Avatar” by James Cameron and Ken Russell’s “Altered States” . Future projects include instillations and sound art at the Burning Man Festival in Black Rock City NV, as well as expanding her own portfolio in video art production. Tiph seeks to create raw thought-provoking and revolutionary pieces, whether they are for her own artistic gratification or commissioned works. Tiph is an avid birdwatcher and holds great respect for all the little animals around us. Visit her website at http://tiphart.webs.com

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