Monday, January 31, 2011


So awesome! ESP the last dress. Here's the old post I did with Marloes stripping click here


Awesome-love pretty clothes, horses, trailers and wide open fields.
Sophie Srej by Camilla Armburst for L'Officiel February 2011 via Noir Facade you can see the rest of the pics here


Imogen Morris Clarke by Jason Nocito

Random pics of Life.

I really like my new Pendleton Shorts. I got them on super sale at Lucky Brand. I need to get some non-patterned tights to wear with them, I just wore these because they were the only ones I had. I prob should have gotten the smaller size shorts, they're a tad big. I will wear these in the summertime-even if they'll give me swamp ass due to the 112 degree heat.

They were unloading all the cool cars from Barrett Jackson down the street from my work.

My cute lil cuddle bugs.


I think this is so pretty. I love anything mustard colored.


So cool! There's great stuff on this guy's site Check it out, you wont regret it. I love the painting he does. So talented.

Thursday, January 27, 2011

4 Eyes

I love these..I esp like the top ones. They will be my next eyeglasses (when I need new ones) I can then listen to my Mother bitch me out each time she see's me. She hates my glasses now-She says they are "big and ugly" . Glasses via here by way of this great site


So cool.. I think his jacket says "Jersey Sport Riders M.C."

I Love Cat Power! My blog's all messed up, my blog header is now off center. I'm not that computer savvy.

Visual Stimulation.

Scoot Scoot

Via Ciao Vogue. I believe these are both from 1972

Erstwhile Jewelry

So rad.


The painting above is by Carvaggio and it's my fav of Medusa. Top pic via All Things Amazing

"In most versions of the story, she was beheaded by the hero Perseus, who was sent to fetch her head by King Polydectes of Seriphos as a gift. With help from Athena and Hermes who supplied him with winged sandals, Hades' cap of invisibility, a sword, and a mirrored shield, he accomplished his quest. The hero slew Medusa by looking at her harmless reflection in the mirror instead of directly at her, to prevent being turned into stone. When the hero severed Medusa's head from her neck, two offspring sprang forth, for Medusa was pregnant by Poseidon: the winged horse Pegasus and the golden-sworded giant Chrysaor.
Perseus with the Head of Medusa, by Benvenuto Cellini, installed 1554

Jane Ellen Harrison argues that "her potency only begins when her head is severed, and that potency resides in the head; she is in a word a mask with a body later appended... the basis of the Gorgoneion is a cultus object, a ritual mask misunderstood."

In Odyssey xi, Homer does not specifically mention the Gorgon Medusa:

"Lest for my daring Persephone the dread,

From Hades should send up an awful monster's grisly head." " via wikipedia

We used to frequent a club in Chicago as teenagers called "Medusa's"

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Non Bearded Weirdo.

Stole this from Rick's blog here at the LOVE show. I don't know how people can handle getting neck tattoos, I don't think I could handle the pain but I think they are so tough and cool looking.

China to Japan

Harold showed me this and it's pretty damn funny. Click it and read the directions on the left.


Via the Sartorialist.