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Asheville, North Carolina

This just about sums up Asheville for me. After days of fast travel food and southern cookin, I was desperate for a nice, healthy salad. Asheville was like finding the holy grail and I found myself constantly comparing it to San Francisco. We ate at the yummy Laughing Seed twice in our short time there.

Nashville, Tennessee

We visited the Hatch Show Print shop, where posters for most of the greatest American musicians were (and still are) designed and printed. Hatch has not changed its printing methods and is a true hand-crafted art form.
Take a tour.


Bacchanal Wine Bar

The road trip has been fantastic. We have about 1500 miles til we reach our final destination of Brooklyn, NY. Such a wonderful finale to an inspiring trip! We’ve been meeting and interviewing just a small handfull of the people working to make this country more awesome – Ed is making a documentary… If you can recommend anyone between Mississippi & NYC that we might want to meet, please suggest! Here is more info on the project.


Marfa is a place where any stress you might have immediately melts away. The air is so warm and dry in this incredible little town is in the middle of the western Texas desert. At night, the sky is filled with stars. Donald Judd basically “put Marfa on the map” when he moved there to build his Chinati Foundation (with backing from the Dia Foundation). There you can see Donald Judd’s 100 aluminum boxes, John Chamberlain’s steel sculptures from old cars, as well as other artists from that period.

We stayed in a beautifully renovated vintage trailer at this fantastic campground called El Cosmico.

PS – on the way there, we passed the “Prada Marfa” art installation. Fantastic!

The Grand Canyon

What can I possibly say about the Grand Canyon that hasn’t already been said? Yes, it is unbelievably vast… yes, I felt insignificant… yes, it put me in some sort of zen-like trance… yes, it is totally awe-inspiring. Wow.

On the road!

After two great years in gorgeous San Francisco, Ed and I have decided to move back to NYC. I miss the creative energy, my amazing friends, the aliveness, the big-city fabulous-ness, even the grit… I’m relocating reMade USA to Brooklyn – currently looking for a new studio space and excited about the future!

We’ll be taking a scenic, somewhat leisurely, two-week southern road trip across this great country in search of the independently minded people that make this country great.

Ed is making a documentary and I’ll be his assistant. Please follow along as I will try to post at every stop.