Inkscape

These are pieces done for the Illustrated Objects project at lemasney.com that were made in Inkscape.


disease of the mind cc-by lemasney
Using Inkscape to illustrate text cc-by lemasney

…the disease of the mind — Seng-Ts’an quote illustrated cc-by ...


lemasney tshirt
I have the honor of announcing that Jefferson-Madison Regional Library (JMRL) has agreed to let me speak in a free technology series in their beautiful downtown location. I love technology, and want to share what I love about it, continuing the work I've done for 20 years in the Northeastern part of our country. If you have a topic or a venue that you'd like covered, please contact me, and let's make that happen.

Free technology series at Jefferson-Madison Regional Library in 2017 with ...


big brother is watching (lemasney, 2016)
big brother is watching speed illustration (lemasney, 2016)

Big Brother speed illustration cc-by lemasney



Culinary knife cuts poster by John LeMasney via lemasney.com
This is a speed drawing of a Nakiri style vegetable knife using the open source illustration and digital painting application called Krita.

Knife drawing in Krita cc-by lemasney



Open Creative Toolkit speed design cc-by lemasney
Open Creative Toolkit speed design cc-by lemasney

Open Creative Toolkit speed design cc-by lemasney



Donald Trump cc-by lemasney
Trump: misogynist, prejudiced, short-tempered, egotistical, vengeful, media-manipulating, lying, empire-seeking, culture-crushing, untrustworthy zero of a human

The issues with Donald Trump cc-by lemasney


Okay google, what year is it cc-by lemasney
The title of that short story is Okay Google, what year is it?, and the orb you see is some nearby year's equivalent to the amazing Amazon Echo, except it uses quiet drone and magnetic stops technologies to float about your house, answering any question, turning on and off million colored micro LEDs under your feet and overhead as you walk along the heavily corridored apartments of the future.

Illustration: Okay Google – what year is it? cc-by lemasney


what should I do with my life cc-by lemasney
What should I do with my life? These are 10 answers I gave, in no particular order of importance. I assume that the conversants are all already subject to the normal propaganda and ideologically-coercive forces that society offers, and so I try to sidestep major social, religious, political, or diversity oriented issues. Instead I try to remind them that we are all the same: a ambulatory pile of connected universal elements with the miraculous evolutionary gift of self-awareness.

10 answers to ‘What should I do with my life?’