If I could be anywhere, I would be hangin with these chicks in the north country. Even though it’s summer, I wish I could still wear fur, although the Georgia heat prohibits me. So, I’ll continue to live vicariously through images as such, and sweat in polyester. It is my birthday in 5 days and…
summer solstice sun
Summa summa summa tahyme! Who wouldn’t want to cheers to the new season with Beatrice Wood?! What a babe. Instead of looking for real, adult, socially-acceptable jobs, I instead spent the past 2 hours fartin’ around until stumbling on this piece of gold. Enjoy the prolonged sunlight! Back to the job hunt.
lines and postcards
In an attempt to stay motivated, keep moving, and fight summer boredom, I have begun to draw more. Here are two of my recent doodles. As for Postcards, I found a bunch of great ones while visiting Marblehead, MA this past month. I was meaning to send them, but I just couldn’t let them go.…
textiles and tapestries
I couldn’t get over these Medieval creations. Above is William Morris’s If I Can, an embroidered tapestry hanging. Though a contemporary for his time, his nostalgia for craftsmanship is apparent. I, too, find nostalgia inescapable. This is Dora Wheeler’s Penelope unravelling her work at night Ian O’Phelan’s Fruit Vines II All of these images were…
I found some beautiful handmade lace necklaces on tree and kimball’s shop on etsy. They are so beautiful! I’m thinking of getting this one below!
This is the work of Ellen Rogers, a London-based photographer who utilizes only analogue techniques, the colors coming only from traditional darkroom experimentation. Caution: There is some nudity for those who find it disgusting. I was so enticed by her work that I posted a lot of her photos below:
Now that summer has arrived, I have dreamt of waking up in a room like this. Simple and ornate. A lot of photographs and a lot of light.