From: David Lynch <dnl1960 at>
To: Peter Mensch <info at>
Sent: Saturday, April 6, 2013 2:24 PM
Subject: Muse / Silversun Pickups


I am trying to give a gift of abstract artwork to Muse.

On 16 Sept 2003, I stumbled into abstract photography.
In my mind's eye, I was painting music.

About a week later, Muse released "Absolution".
Needless to say, their music became a tremendous influence on my early creation.
Over the next year, my work developed into a form of a digital diary that I call Montaj.

In 2004 when Muse came to play the Cotton club in Atlanta,
I was trying to get some art to the band,
but Matthew injured himself. The show was canceled.
Soon after, Muse rose to prominence,
and no longer were playing clubs where fans could easily reach them.
Below is an example of where my art was in 2004.

Out of that artwork emerged an equation that uses the energy of Einstein,
the force of Newton, and the logic of Socrates to describe a moment of time.
I call the equation the KnoWell.

Over the next several years,
I began giving out abstract photographs to people that inspired my in my creation.
I would ask for their signatures on a separate abstract photograph.
I would created a Montaj to document the passing of the event like the below Montaj for Silversun Pickups.

Since art galleries want nothing to do with my work,
I went to the Atlanta High Museum.
I created a 3D computer model of the High,
I placed my art on the virtual walls,
and I created a video of how my art would look on their walls.

One of the walls,
is a collection of signatures from various bands.
Click on the smaller images to enlarge them.

I am no longer creating band signature Montaj pieces.
The last signature piece was created for the band 10 Years on the tenth anniversary of 9/11.

Also, one of my last band photography Montaj pieces was created for the band Hurt.

Muse is in my hometown of Atlanta today.
I reached out to the band members and their manager via twitter,
and I tried a couple of radio station personalities.
No luck in trying to secure the name of a person that I could leave the artwork with.

One radio station person told me that I might have better luck in September when Muse returns.
I kind of doubt that, so is there a mailing address where I could send the artwork?

Feel free to forward this email to the band.
In case they wonder what the KnoWell equation is all about,
below is a letter to Fay Dowker explaining how to use the KnoWell in relation modern cosmology.
The KnoWell strongly suggests that Hoyle's Steady State theory is correct.

Big Bang theory is ----> Unsustainable.....

Thank you for your time,
David Noel Lynch