Asha got so many presents on her birthday that she didn’t even finish opening them all at her party or read all the cards. Asha got so many amazing gifts it was overwhelming and I was as excited as she was. Of all the gifts, the Townley Girl Barbie Beauty Vanity Set With Light-Up Mirror was the big winner. It put her in a trance. She gazed at it like it was the Ark of the Covenant, got up as if hypnotized and with a slow grandeur walked off into the night. I was all like girl where are you going with that. Once she remembered where she was, Asha and her friends gathered around and all did each other’s makeup. They came up with some pretty great looks. That makeup set was such a mike drop. To this day Asha is obsessed. She’s always off over at her Frozen Vanity quietly carefully crafting her look. I think we have a little makeup artist in the making. Val Garland would totally give her a ding dong.
Category Archives: Art
She Really Turned Us
Asha drew our portraits at school the other day, she was very eager to show off her work and you can see why. I mean but she really turned us out. Dylan’s moustache is particularly impactful and impressive. The likeness is breathtaking.
What Happens Next
And I just don’t care what happens next looks like freedom but it feels like death it’s something in between I guess
Digital Believer II
Second part of the Digital Believer series.
Original work by Noir Chen
Digital Believers – Original Prototype – NO. 012. Contains original prototyping and derivatives. Original work by Noir Chen
Asha’s first time painting
Painting Outside the Box
Painting by Chilean artist Guillermo Lorca, oil on canvas, 110 cm x 100 cm.
We love you Bo Burnham. Inside is a miserable joy. Is this heaven or is this a white woman’s Instagram. The I feel like a duffel bag of shit song was also brilliant. Happy birthday btw. What a way to ring in your 30th. That shit was lit. We’re so thankful for you. All our heroes have fucked themselves lately, shot themselves in the foot, destroyed their careers and ruined everything, we don’t even know who we’re fans of any more except for you, so thank you.
Much of What Makes
Much of what makes a piece of art successful is good use of the space provided. Execution is as important as equipment and placement is as important as content.
Open Your Eyes
Hyperrealistic larger than life sized portraits in charcoal and graphite on paper by Arinze Stanley
Scenes of the Natural
Papercast sculptures by Peng Wei
Show Me Your Teeth
“Perception Deception” by Alexey Sovertkov. Mixed media on dibond aluminum panel, 2015.
Rave to the Grave
A Bit of Flowers
A bit of flowers for the winter day by the Popovy Sisters