photo of my wall, featuring postcards by this guy and poster this guy. totally overdue, given I’m taking everything down to pack.
novelty camera takes photos from THE PAST.
the metaphor in this is killing me
so I found this photograph (unfortunately, and unsurprisingly, not credited to the artist) the other night, while lurking sparkly-hipster/tattoo/cute-boy/fox blogs for love hunt.
at the time, it struck me for its Relevance to My Life, and Things. (cute-sparkly-hipster-tattooed-boys, and a Silly Fox? Moz my life just now.) since then, it’s been absolutely stuck in my mind.
because it reads like a frighteningly detailed allegory of … me. or parts of me. and stark, and self-conscious. my life and choices and fascinations and preoccupations. and the things that my soul is tangled in and invested in and that drain me.
… Allegory of a Silly Fox. but, seriously.
[photo: Kyle Johnson (flickr: kjten22, tumblr: kjphotos), ‘Fences' (2009)]
Adam Fedderly [model: Cole Mohr], in The Block (2010)
so I’ve remembered why I don’t tend to lurk male fashion. sometimes, Cole Mohr is kind of like the human version of a unicorn. I’m ruined. for. real. life. (hence: for surreal?)
okay, wow, so I’ve been meaning to say that sterility has incredible hair.
and, occasionally, an unf-enducing undercut. he’s even got a fan club. and is the second in my series of hipster tumblr hair crushes. go look.
[this dude]’s rad photograph of pretty bird (plus row of manics CDs and stack of, like, penguin classics?), from sometime. look at more of his photographs; do it a lot.
They’re old Fontana books. Mostly Agatha Christie. Although one of them is Rosemary’s Baby which is a damn fine novel.
don’t death: let’s happy.
a friend took this in Harajuku. it means a lot to me.
david lynch’s hair
things that are absolutely relevant to my interests
the time I spent not sleeping last night was—you will be pleased to learn—put to good use. I endured the silent hours of my insomnia in aesthetic contemplation … and have decided that these are my two favourite portraits of David Lynch:
[portrait, 2008, by Jerome Bonnet]
[portrait by Jeremy and Claire Weiss: day19]