Perpetual Motion "Marble Slinger" by Aaron Evans ON STANDS NOW!!!

     They've kicked in our doors, closed down 90% of our co-op's, ruined live's, eliminated much needed jobs, They've even played dirty and wore the mud as if it was a high fashion item. BUT they haven't broken our resolve. That's right, even in the face of adversity NUG Magazine has continued to put one foot in front of the other and forge onward. We've had to trim down and streamline but we're still delivering much needed information on the ongoing war and presenting articles on some of the most talented people in the culture.
     Speaking of which, talent doesn't even begin to describe this month's featured blower "Marble Slinger". Word's like innovator, dreamer and trail blazer are better suited for this individual. In fact, he's been making so many moves that even since I wrote my article on him, he's re-set the bar a few times over. Just last week he announced that "Degenerate Art" his hard hitting and stellar documentary covering the life span of the entire glass blowing culture will be debuted at SXSW film festival!!! That's Major.  (Ohhh and let's not overlook his pipes, easily some of my personal favorites.)
    If your in the So Cal area make sure to grab a copy of the new magazine. "Slinger" is undeniably another master I've been blessed enough to cover and I'm sure our readers will find this an intriguing edition of Perpetual Motion.
    I'm also proud to announce the NUG went totally GREEN this month and is now being printed on 100% recycled paper with soy ink. I'm really excited we're setting this example and hope it inspires others to look at way's they can be more green in their day to day lives.
    For those of you out there in internet land stay tuned. Perpetual Motion will be online soon so that all of you can keep up with "Marble Slinger's" daily progression toward showing the world his culture and love. Glass Blowing.
     Click here to visit him on Facebook, it's we'll worth it. Trust me. 

    With that, I'm out. Lots of work to be done before the big debut of my "I've Been Blessed" video tomorrow.

     Shine on,


1 comment:

  1. Looking forward to seeing your film at SXSW! Cheers! BoOTs! :)