Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Fresh Start

I've decided to just pull pictures and such from my old blog as I see fit, it's just too time consuming moving all the posts, sorry if you see repeat posts for the first couple months. I've been working my ass off and I just don't have the time to mess with it. For now it will work. So please visit! The pictures look so much better, I'm pumped.


FINE art

Megan Fox as the Mona Lisa via TopCultured.

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Luminous Prose


(5:47:13 PM):
there are few things that freak me out more than pregnancy

ditto my darling, ditto.

New Format

Ok so I'm in the process of moving my blog and all the posts. Prepare yourself for mass amounts of photo dumps, because I'm also taking the time to clean out the bazillion photos I've collected over the years(50 on average per day, yeah I'm a horder). Who knows maybe the new format will just be photos and music with no explanation, I haven't quite figured out how I want the new site to look. But blogger is ugly and I can't take it anymore.

I'd love to know what brings the 45 people who read my blog daily here... if you could let me know what you think is lame and what you enjoy about my feeble attempt to make a (internet)connection, I'd really appreciate it chickens. I'll let you know when the transformation is complete and send you the new address.

I'm pretending that somebody actually cares about this, or hoping at least.




Winona Ryder...


Some adorable french girls to life your spirits...

Brigitte Bardot 'L'appareil à sous' 1963

Jenny Rock Douliou Dou St-Tropez


Grace Slick...

Monday, November 30, 2009

Muse- Ick

It's rainy and cold outside, so I think I'll stay inside, listen to the Beatles, and paint.

The Beatles And I love her

One of the Guys

Sunday, November 29, 2009


This is what I want to be when I grow up... Siouxie Sioux is a major babe.

Siouxie Sioux and The Banshees Hong Kong Garden live 1978

Luminous Prose


Ryan McGinley's photos are madness.

from his Moonmilk Series

Muse Machine

Patti Boyd was the muse for George Harrison's song "Something" and Eric Clapton's "Layla". What a stunner! Her book "Wonderful Tonight" is an interesting read, she spills tons of inside information about the group, the other wives, the stories behind the songs as well as pretty heartbreaking details about her torrid love affair with Clapton and why she left George (boo).

Which Song is better?

Saturday, November 28, 2009