Tuesday, September 14, 2010

R.I.P. Ross Harman

Ross Harman was a kind friend to me and the Skull-A-Day project and was the impetus for the creation of my 352. Skull Roll.

His involvement in the project really started when he made this skull as a surprise for me when I picked up an order of sushi from the restaurant where he worked...



He was also a fantastic musician and I encourage you to check out his music HERE.

Ross left a lot of very sad people behind, including myself, and will be missed terribly.


If you know someone who is in emotional distress, please make sure they know about the Helpline: 1.800.SUICIDE. Also please consider donating to an organization working to prevent suicide and help survivors of it. Two that come highly recommended are SPAN USA and the Kristin Brooks Hope Center.

4 comments:

ad-raiders said...

RIP Ross, always sad when life gets the better of someone, and kudos Noah for a kind and fitting tribute.

Azurafae said...

I'm sorry you are having to go through this. It's something that I went through earlier this year and may never recover from.

igor said...

Thanks for the post Noah. Means a lot.

Teddy said...

Noah, this is really special. Ross was such a big fan of your work. Can't wait to see you while I'm in Richmond this weekend.