14 Comments

  1. jane lafazio

    yikes. what a film. what a weird place…
    love your pages….are you home yet? bet it feels good to be back in nyc…….

  2. Rosemary Connelly

    I love your journal Danny. Your work is so inspiring. What an amazing journey!

  3. Dee

    If you build it, will they come? This is a depressing story of overreach. Reminds me of the Tower of Babel. Thanks so much for sharing. The journal is wonderful as usual. Dee

  4. Beverley

    Brilliant blog post Danny, I loved the drawings and the video, would make a good location for a spooky film, such a strange place. An English girl in my daughter’s class is moving to Dubai as her father works out there. It’s bound to be a bit hotter there than here in the UK that’s for sure. I start getting panicky if it gets a bit too warm here I would positively melt in Dubai.

  5. helenlp

    Love the way your sketchbooks are so colourful these days. Like the film too – though it feels like a horror movie!

  6. joyce

    Wonderful drawings, but seems a very creep kind of place! Slick film though!

  7. tchatchke

    That was a great film, Danny. Informative, sad and beautiful.

  8. Anna C Mc

    enjoyed your film, always love your artwork

  9. Shelly

    A haunting video and watercolor-lush pages! Have you thought of publishing a small book of your Dubai sketches? I’d buy it for sure! Your sketches give me an immediacy that I’m there.

  10. Tammy

    Reminds me of the tower of babel as well. It’s a horrible godless place. I’ve seen several documentaries of Dubai and it’s a frightening corner of the world. Thanks for sharing. I LOVE your gorgeous pages.

  11. Anita

    Brilliant film. I lived in Saudi Arabia for two years and it is very similar. Can’t say I have any desire to return to that part of the world.

  12. Irene

    Pretty cool film! And love how you get such intensity in your watercolors!
    Great to see what you’ve been up to Danny! Thanks for sharing this!

  13. Seth Apter

    I love to see the world through your pages and eyes.

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