~ Music Festivals ~ Nature ~ Sports ~
Foster The Explorer
To order a custom frame click here.
I'm very excited to share these creations with you.
-> Handcrafted in the Mojave Desert
-> High quality photo printed on metal -glossy finish-
-> Shou Sugi Ban wood burning
-> Sealed and protected with 100% pure Tung Oil
-> Each frame is unique and made custom to fit the print
-> Shipping to USA/Canada in eco-friendly packaging
-> Approx. size: 8”x12” print = 12.5” x 16.5” x 0.5” with frame
-> Includes wall mounting hardware
I've started building wooden frames!
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Hi! Thanks for taking a look at my work :)
I’m Foster, and I’m addicted to Oreos!
I’m also a desert-dwelling photojournalist and woodworker living out of a tiny tent trailer in the Mojave Desert while I renovate a short school bus to be my next full-time home and adventure mobile. The bus’ name is Mystic, and you can follow that journey on Instagram at, @themagicmysticbus.
I don’t feel that I truly earned my title of Foster The Explorer until these last three summers which have been spent traveling the US to photograph the beautiful, joyful, and all-loving faces of those who call transformational music festivals their home. However, with festie season 2020 Corona-cancelled I’ve been joyfully bouncing between bus projects, building frames, maintaining the property, and, in general, living a rugged but peaceful life in nature away from all the current chaos.
Speaking of Mother Nature, I care for her deeply. Enough to curtail my Oreo addiction for the health of our home. Prior to Covid restrictions I was four months into a new lifestyle aimed at refusing groceries that used plastic packaging. If anyone wants to talk plastic alternatives send me a message
and we'll chat!
Lastly, I love heavy bass/glitch hop/future funk/dubstep music so feel free to pass along your favorite wobbles!
Photo thanks to Amandala Photography
Stuff from the past: Canadian-born, raised in Texas, studied photojournalism at Rochester Institute of Technology, moved to paradise - aka Southern California - to work for a newspaper (The OC Register), and now I’ve found solace as a dirty hippie living a life of freedom in the desert! :P