"I went to Paris to get this one. It was raining. Felt appropriate." —D.M.
"My idol, and a very long dash, both literally and figuratively. In honor of him it’s the only non-square print I’ve ever made." —D.M.
"The spookiest one of all. I had to come back a second time with Rose, my psychic friend, just to get the camera to work. My assistant was freaked out when everything stopped working. We have a video of that weird day and the ceremony that eventually got the equipment working. Paranormal action!" —D.M.
"Another hero of mine. Mega-everything. The biggest dash I’ve ever seen. Most powerful headstone, too. Buried right next to Duke Ellington. Feels right." —D.M.
"It’s an image that has an emotional tone. Sad." —D.M.
"This one feels very Monk to me. The color and tone match his sound in my mind." —D.M.
"The first gravesite where my new camera turned off. It turned on a few miles away … seriously!" —D.M.
"There’s a deep scratch on this dash image that seemed appropriate." —D.M.
"My favorite dash – I used to bike to it near my home. Heavy." —D.M.
"The most beloved site I’ve ever visited. Almost every inch of his huge monument was covered in lipstick and kisses." —D.M.
"A striking image, pardon the pun … Can’t believe he’s buried in Seattle." —D.M.
"Very heavy. He was cremated, but they buried some of his ashes, and he had a dash as a result. My iPhone turned off for two hours after this visit. Spooky." —D.M.
"They wouldn’t tell me where he was buried – too many people were partying at the site. Had to make up a big lie, and found it!" —D.M.
"These fists are the actual dash between birth and death. I enjoy when there are symbols. I'll do an entire show of them one day." —D.M.