I dig the “Fallen Princesses” series by Vancouver based photographer Dina Goldstein. “These works place Fairy Tale characters in modern day scenarios. In all of the images the Princess is placed in an environment that articulates her conflict. The ‘…happily ever after’ is replaced with a realistic outcome and addresses current issues.” Snowy Not So Little Red Riding Hood
The Latest Hotel Craze
Hay hotels! They’re popping up in converted farms all over Germany and in touristy medieval castles. Amusing concept, but no thanks. Communal sleeping quarters at Zum Alten Marstall.
Picnic Benefit this Saturday at Space
Tomorrow night at Space there will be a fundraiser for the Picnic Music+Arts Festival. Haru Bangs, the Rattlesnakes, Marie Stella, Huak and Bat Shelter will be playing. It’s only a $5 cover, come on down! It’s going to be fun! Here’s the flyer I designed for the show…
The Mighty Boosh = Funny!
Noah and I have been watching a lot of British comedy lately. We just finished all 3 seasons of the Mighty Boosh on DVD. It was trippy and far out and damn hilarious. I heart Howard Moon (the one on the right with the headphones).
Mad Men started last night, but we don’t get AMC. I’m trying to wait it out to rent on DVD, though I might crack and download the newest episode on iTunes each week.
Coast City Comics here in Portland just informed me Cynthia Nixon, of Sex and the City, was in and bought one of our Panda shirts. I always did like Miranda the best.
Pine Haven Collective Interview
Jenny from the Pine Haven Collective, a very cool artist collective here in Portland ME, recently interviewed me for their blog. You can read it here.
Our cat, Darla, hadn’t come home for a few days. Then our neighbor, who frequently walks his dog around the hood, spied Darla on the side of the road. She had been hit by a car. We are so heartbroken by the news. Noah and I debated how to bring up the subject with our 3 year old, but Darby shocked us with his own conclusion. Yesterday he told Noah, “Darla’s been missing for a few...
All Points West Recap
We’re back from the All Points West Music & Arts Festival and boy are we tired. APW was less lucrative than I had hoped, but at least we didn’t lose money. In a way it was a lot of fun, but in other ways it was terrible. Let me explain the terrible….Inexplicably, Liberty State Park laid down fresh manure on the grass several days before the festival. After the heavy rain,...