Invisibleman is a collaborative of like-minded artists who chronicle their creative works for the purpose of mutual inspiration and public exhibition. Featuring original illustration, drawing, photography and design.
James Antonson's visual vocabulary primarily deals with water, sky, rocks and trees. His images can be seductive, capturing moments of pure tranquility, with a number of them harking back to the watery scenes of his childhood in Michigan and Minnesota.
As a photographer he shoots the world around him almost daily, for reference, for ideas, capturing what he call "time's never ending melt."
Farmers use these to prevent creekbank erosion. In a short time, a high volume of cattle can sog up a landscape, creating giant unwanted puddles and even choke waterways as they drink and cool off. They are made of coconut hair and jute.