“I’ve never been a big fan of electric lights. I have cat eyes. I emit enough light out of my body.”
—Self-taught architect SunRay Kelley, on the principles that guide the design of the homestead he's built in the woods in Sedro-Woolley, Washington. Kelley smokes enough pot to describe the time when he accidentally cut open his forehead with a chainsaw as, "Not the most pleasant experience." His work reminds the Times' Michael Tortorello of Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin. I think it's more like if Andy Goldsworthy was let loose in The Shire. Either way, here are pictures of it, which belong on the wonderful Cabin Porn website soon, and Kelley is fun to read about—a real-live Mr. Natural.