The cover of Geist 65 was nominated for the 2008 Western Magazine Award for Art Direction.
Tilo Driessen was on his way to work when he saw the hammock strung up in a sculpture on the beach. "Luckily, the dude was sleeping," he said, "so I had time to set up in these difficult light conditions. I was struck by the practical nonchalance of the arrangement, and its meaning: art should be inhabited." The steel sculpture, created by Bernar Venet, was part of the Vancouver Sculpture Biennale, October 2005–April 2007. Tilo Driessen is a photographer from Vancouver, daylighting as a planner. His images can be seen at flickr.com/photos/morelcreamsauce/.