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Monthly Archives: March 2010
I delayed the night’s t-shirt designs by painting a topless blue trollop on the cover of my Moleskine. Should you feel so inclined, here’s how to similarly besmirch yours. If you take a stab at moleskine defacement, how about posting … Continue reading
DIY Days from Sabi Pictures on Vimeo. On April 3rd, I’m going to be speaking at DIY Days, a free, roving conference for those who create. DIY DAYS – fund :: create :: distribute :: sustain How do we sustain … Continue reading
Last week, upon realizing that I could no longer close my flat files because of surplus art, I had an open studio. My friends and twitter followers drank aviation cocktails and got to buy inky goodness. Cameo dress generously gifted … Continue reading
I’ve got two one pen and ink original for sale in my Etsy store. Both were magazine covers- for Steampunk Magazine and Zupi respectively. Buy ‘em while they’re inky. Cover of Zupi Magazine $250- BUY HERE Cover of Steampunk Magazine … Continue reading
I’m thrilled to be exhibiting two small acrylic paintings at Giant Robot Gallery’s Small Favors Show in NYC. It’s opening on Saturday, and hope to catch some of you there post-Dr. Sketchy’s! Here’s Millie!
Much coveted Paper Magazine did a writeup of my t-shirt launch at Fred Segal’s. You can pick up my shirts here.
I had an epic launch party for my t-shirt line at Fred Segal’s on Thursday, with custom martinis, Bai Ling, child actors, meeting the amazing Selene Luna, and hanging with Buck Angel and Zoetica Ebb. In light of social awkwardness, … Continue reading
My new line of t-shirts for Dirtee Hollywood is FINALLY online. You can snag some of the women’s shirts at Ron Robinson’s boutique, and the men’s are coming soon. If you’re in LA, remember, our fantabulous launch party is tonight, … Continue reading
Yesterday, Chinashop took me and star-haired fashion blogger Gala Darling on an limo-borne adventure through Austin. We ransacked vintage stores, rode giant tortoises and struck out epically at Dance Dance Revolution