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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

listening as a conceptual practice

“How We Package Music” folded paper sculptures. 2007
left to right: LP, CD, 8 track tape, cassette tape and 45.

BREATHLESS Series, audiotape under UV glass, 16 x 20″ ea., 2008. (from Kenny-G’s 1992 recording “Breathless”)

Silent Clusterfuck (bianca), earbuds & acrylic, 2008.

I'm no where near as in love with music as my boyfriend is. I can gladly sit in silence and stalk the interenets, whereas dead silence bothers him. Sometimes my drive home is talk radio, other times just might thoughts. I think he borders an obsession with sound. What I am loving right now is Jennie's works based on listening, music and concepts of audio.

Highlighter Fun Drawing June 2006

You're doing yourself a disservice if you don't go to


Tuesday, March 30, 2010

grace & violence

Just like me in the workplace.

Guillaume BRESSON

Monday, March 29, 2010

still on the hunt
saraha smith, arrows/branches - 2007
27"x 17" burned wood and painted wood

One of the best things about moving is that I now have an excuse to by more art for my walls.
I'm gunning for an extra room!

Thursday, March 25, 2010

That was 90% gravity.

WOLFGANG GANTER: Egg-Gravity-Problem, 2008

Eggshell, silicone, epoxy, pigment, plasticlid

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Happy Wednesday!

Nothing like a little a little cooter shot and some talent to perk you up in the morning.

Some more Shail Shah for your enjoyment:

Monday, March 22, 2010

house on the brain

ryan dodgson, one of my favorite illustrators

I'm house hunting yet again. We haven't found the right nest and I'm getting antsy. We have 1 month left until we have to leave the little box. After the great flood we were in a search frenzy, but we put those plans on hold after a few things happened. Now it's on and I'm not excited about it. Me and the misters both want a lot for our money but have yet to find something that titillates and satisfies our needs. I just want to send this shot to a Realtor:
jaime gili paintings
Can't this be my life?
I deserve this.


Sunday, March 21, 2010

“miracle baby”

While browsing for the perfect Buster Bluth image for W&M, I stumbled on the best posting ever:

This is what all fashion blogs should grow up to be. Wit, charm and savvy pop culture reference go a long way with me. Isabella has a new blog lurker. I love Magazine Machine.

Saturday, March 20, 2010

you are beautiful*

*Except that reader who unsubscribed because of this.

AM horror

ACID food series Florence Tétier & Johann Besse

Today's to-do list:
  1. organize the bedroom
  2. get car washed
  3. bang trim
  4. buy makeup remover
  5. long over due post office visit
I desperately need some makeup removing wipes. I've been looking ghoulish in the mornings.

Parker licking an icecream cone


Boy is this blogging thing easy.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

where does your heart lay?

Joseph Cornell's The Heart on the Sleeve

According to google, "People who wear their heart on their sleeve express their emotions freely and openly, for all to see. Those who wear their heart on their sleeve do not hold back their emotions, for good or for bad. It is clear how they feel in each moment."

You're pretty spot on here google, (for once). I am sensitive, a romantic and very emotional at times. Adversely, If you're a piece of crap to me, particularly a passive aggressive one- I'll let you know it. I will openly fawn over and profess my love, or give you a back the fuck up look and sass. I held back on releasing some fury on someone today... but my sleeve was pounding.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010


Mads Lynnerup You are the Artist, You Figure it Out, 2008

Silk-screen print on paper (diptych)

24 x 17.75 inches each Edition of 15

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

crooked stile

There was a crooked man
There was a crooked man, and he walked a crooked mile.
He found a crooked sixpence against a crooked stile.
He had a crooked cat which caught a crooked mouse
And they all lived together in a little crooked house.

I'd totally shack up with that crooked man, and his crooked mice if he called this place home.
Herzog and DeMeuron stacked house.

Monday, March 15, 2010


I love Brea Souder's series based on superstitions: Time Between
artist statement:
I’m interested in the way superstitions reflect the human urge for story telling and our need for control in an uncertain world. They act as portals to a childhood sensibility, and can transform an ordinary scene into a mysterious tableau, rich with new meaning.


Dying is an art,
like everything else.
I do it exceptionally well.
I do it so it feels like hell.
I do it so it feels real.
I guess you could say I've a call.

Sylvia Plath

Bad speech habit #3
Obnoxiously saying "I'm dying" at every single small animal and/or highly sought after accessory.

"Omfg, I'm dying, dying!"

"I'm dying for that glove clutch."
Scuba chi & Alexander McQueen 'Faithful' glove clutch

Monday links

It's been a long while since I had the time to get lost on the internets and curate some links.
Sit back and enjoy my idle time.
Chosil Kil ' Living with Andis' (installation detail)

Sunday, March 14, 2010

david laspina
The Building of Artifacts

This weekend flew by.
I couldn't catch up.

Saturday, March 13, 2010


Ellen Auerbach and Grete Stern met in 1929 while they were studying photography with Walter Peterhans, the first photography professor at the Bauhaus school in Germany. Together, they sought to challenge the expectations of their class, culture, and gender, establishing an advertising photography studio during the fragile political climate of the Weimar Republic. The name of the studio was derived from their respective childhood nicknames, ringl (Grete) and pit (Ellen).Pioneers in their field, Auerbach and Stern embraced the spirit of social liberation, economic upheaval, and mass media, becoming recognized for the subtle subversion of conventional depictions of women in advertising. International prizes followed quickly on the heels of their financial success. However, their collaboration was cut short when the Nazis rose to power, forcing the two friends to flee Germany — Grete to England and Ellen to Palestine.The circumstances of the war separated them for ten years. Ellen Auerbach traveled extensively, settling in New York City and continuing her artistic career. Grete Stern made Buenos Aires her new home and became one of the most influential figures in photography in Argentina. Auerbach and Stern remained lifelong friends.

A few timeless bits:

Chloe Striped tank net-a-porter; ASOS Stripe Sweetheart;
Canterbury picnic basket; dot blanket

Friday, March 12, 2010

serotonin boost



Céline Clanet:
Máze & miami traffic

Large quantity of confused people in a disorganized manner.
Sorry I'm late, it was a real clusterfuck on main street.

Which would you rather face?
I'm getting off the island and facing Miami's fierce weekend traffic. Fack.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

day oof.

Edward Ruscha, OOF 1962
Oil on canvas, 71 1/2 x 67"

Eff cuddling, we're going to Ikea on our day off.

day off.

Leonard Freed, Denmark

Wednesday, March 10, 2010


Tessa Bunney from Hand to Mouth
My favorite Wool&Misc drawing.

Concrete Flaccid Cone

Martin OPPEL "Concrete Flaccid Cone" 2004
Cast concrete 8 x 35 x 16 inches

Tuesday, March 9, 2010



inspiration: Le Creative Sweatshop

Viral Paper + / Le Creativ Sweatshop ENGLISH SUBTITLES.

Beautiful words and paper shoes. Sigh.
I'm going to practice with some post-its.

Monday, March 8, 2010

Is it possible to reattach?

Laurie Lipton, The Disasters of War - (2003)
Size: 45 x 59.5 cm - charcoal and pencil on paper

Asks the girl who's sipping wine, and simultaneously catching up on news and design blogs whilst listening to The Smiths.

aint got a leg to stand on

Three legged chair by Shiro Kuramata via Phillips de Pury and Co
Those god damn Acne Asteria pumps that are more than my rent.