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10 December 2008 @ 02:57 pm
my favorite subject. more under the cut....

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07 December 2008 @ 11:36 am
Put your MP3 player thingy on shuffle, and write down the first line of the first twenty songs. Post the poem that results.

And I couldn't have asked for a cooler outcome...love the way this turned out...!

Sing Muse with passion of the pistol,
"Is there anybody going to listen to my story all about the girl who came to stay?"
Here we two very bewildered people.
Take me to the station and put me on a train-
This happened once before when I came to your door
In the backseat of a car, In the corner of a room, in shadows where I hide from you.

Well, the rainman comes with his magic wand and the judge says, "Mona can't have no bond,"
Something in the way she moves attracts me like no other lover.
Look at the eyes, what do you see-
Cherry menthol inside.
Today is a good day to flex the muscles of the weary.

In the tower above the earth,
The most evident utensil.
Maybe we will starve and die away from here.
The devil come to Bethlehem.
It's just like the movies, I eat from the trees.
When I was young, lying in the grass

I found a letter in the mailbox today,
Oh my god, I'm sitting on a time bomb.
Answer swift decline and you were driving on a empty tank.

07 December 2008 @ 09:11 am
When I'm doing portraits, I love to experiment with dramatic lighting.
As an amateur, I don't really have the necessary equipment to
make really well-lit studio like portraits anyway, unless I'm going
outside or taking them by a window at the right time of day ;-).
But I think it's taught me something about how to use what
I have, and how to work with light a little bit better than had I
always had the equipment to use to make my shots
"properly lit". Anyway, here is a series of three, taken at different times
of my sisters, and one self-portrait, but I think they seem to fit together.
I hope you enjoy under the cut!


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06 December 2008 @ 06:09 pm
An editorial based on Margot from "The Royal Tenenbaums" by Wes Anderson. Excellent.
More Under Cut.

Photography: Fulvio Maiani
Models: Unknown
Magazine: Z!NK

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06 December 2008 @ 03:19 pm
this is just something I did for a college art project last year.
I took well known pieces of art and turned them into live
I hope you enjoy. They were fun to do. More Under Cut!

"Crying Girl" based on Roy Lichetenstein's work of the same title.

model: Annie

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06 December 2008 @ 02:31 pm
some of my favorite pulp sci-fi images, enjoy. more under the cut.

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feeling: soresore
05 December 2008 @ 11:06 pm
    I've had this LJ for about 5 years and I've really not a clue as to how to REALLY enjoy it. I'm pretty good with html coding and unfortunately I don't think it's very useful on here....if anyone knows otherwise, please tell me what you know! Anyway...I hope to just use this as a collecting place for things I love, have, find that I want to share with you all who happen to stuble across this humble little blog.