Sunday, November 29, 2009

The past revisted?

Certain memories and feelings are resurfacing again,
I hope it is not a reoccurring nightmare. I hope the
past doesn't repeat itself.
Twenty-something now, I wonder how I'll handle the situation
if it were true.

*Photograph taken by me

Friday, November 27, 2009

Pocahontas hair and White Prarie Dresses

Two things that have been inspiring me; Long hair and prairie garments.

I have been thinking about growing my hair really long. But at the same time, I reckon I will pike
out and cut it regardless. I'm one of those people, that, grows my locks to a length I think is
long, then chops it all off. I have been seeing quite a lot of girls with beautiful Rapunzel hair.
It's just too beautiful.

Meanwhile, prairie dresses = dainty love.

Image Source: Matt Sundin
*An awesome photographer by the way

Monday, November 16, 2009

Dan Martensen

Can I please be your assistant?
I love the simplistic elements of his photographs. There's a nostalgic aspect to them.

*Image source:

Warwick Saint

I love his photographs of Jaime King and Dita Von Teese.

Sunday, November 15, 2009

McBess – Malevolent Melody @ Concrete Hermit

On my day off, the boy and I went to Concrete Hermit to check out McBess's Malevolent Melody.
I swear, he has some awesome illustration skills. I especially liked the way he drew shoes.
I know random comment. But I thought it was pretty cool, maybe because I miss my dunks
so when I saw pen to paper shoes I cooed a bit.

We also saw some awesome graffitti by ROA. It was freaken dope.


Photo's taken by Tim and I

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Wednesday, November 04, 2009


It's was an epic party.
The best we have had so far....

35mm film, I adore you...
Film in general, I adore you....

Pauline Wiertz- Ceramics

Ok, Pauline Wiertz is ill.
And by ill, I mean f*cking awesome.
I should have taken more shots of here ceramics because it was seriously brilliant.
The first two photo's (above) were taken by me, But the pics below aren't mine (from her
webiste and google).

I seriously want to buy her pistol ceramics and above fruit/vegie/pistol vase.
The reason why I love her work, is because, it has such a different take on ceramics/ vases/
figurines. What normally comes to my mind, are, dainty girls in little prairie dresses, either
holding baskets or twirling in pretty dresses. The type my mum has at home.

I love how she turns the 'daintiness' on it's head, I love the randomness, I love the uniqueness.
I love how I was taken aback by her pieces; that I was immediately drawn to them due to it's
quirkiness. My first thought was "WTF, how odd, those elements don't mix, yet they do in a
non traditional unique way".
In some ways her pieces reminds me of Gaudi's La Sagrada Familia.

I swear, if Pauline ever exhibits in your neck of the woods. CHECK IT OUT!