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Friday, July 30, 2010

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via Carl Akeley's African expeditions 1896

The Chris Kerr print goes out to the fabulous Miss. Excrement

Cheers!

happy friday

Hairy Legs?

Thursday, July 29, 2010

lessons I gained from my mother...

as represented through Marc Bernhardt paintings:
"Don't get caught talking shit."
"Be careful of gifts from certain people."
"Don't let him see what a monster you can be, he will leave you."
"Never leave the house without some color on."
"Don't kill the messenger."
(Usually implying herself)
"Watch out. You're not in La-La land."
"Moldy food has more protein.""Stop playing with your hair."

"Stop eating when you're full"

Thank you, Gina.

visit www.marcburckhardt.com for more great pieces

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

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Justin Long, from sea to shining sea
installation


"A man is never lost at sea."
Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea


I'm not sure if my dad can still fish, but I know he longs for the seas.
If possible, I'd gift him this installation so that he could forever wage that battle.

Monday, July 26, 2010

trend forecasting

Chihuahua terrariumsseen also here

It's so happening.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

practice makes perfect

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Eric Bailey: Ewok quick study #1 via The wild life

In response to Kitty Stampede's epic brussels griffons post

Learn to speak Ewok

Wermo (wer moh) n.
1. A stupid person, an idiot. 2. One who is pitiable, contemptible, or weak-willed. 3. Worm.





Tuesday, July 20, 2010

endowed

To celebrate my untriumphant return* to the blog world
I am hosting a Chris Kerr Print Giveaway!

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"well hung" 2006
12 x 18" Screenprint on French paper; edition no. 10/44


To win this limited edition print just leave a comment describing what you think occurred the moments before our pal became well hung. A winner will be chosen next Friday.

Here are a few other fantabulous pieces by Mr. Kerr:


*(A few weeks is a lifetime on the internet)