fred, i thought youd like this

fred, i thought youd like this

headtowall:

Grey Area part 2

this was great. and thats my friend mike singing like a looney

headtowall:

Grey Area part 2

this was great. and thats my friend mike singing like a looney

this is both funny and really nice to look at

sneak peak at a painting from my “our new nature” series

sneak peak at a painting from my “our new nature” series

new painting….something is wrong with it, im just not sure what yet. anyway, ill fix and be selling prints of it

new painting….something is wrong with it, im just not sure what yet. anyway, ill fix and be selling prints of it

yesss

Le Monde has an article on the Cult of Joss Whedon. Bring it Euro, baby!

i made some necklaces recently.

i made some necklaces recently.

21st Century Turd // The Heat Tapes  // yay

i finally decided to invest some time in the internet. and OH MAN WAS IT GREAT.

i updated my google reader, which i had not touched since 2006  [oh, old blogging memories]

i decked out and pinned chrome, organized twitter and tumblr, and even went through all my bookmarks to categorize them.

now that things are accessible again and not just overwhelming, i may even start posting more!

Reblogged from Chase Whiteside

i was talking to someone i have known for years but only gotten close to recently. i explained, in brief, my flirtation with death and ovarian cancer. i just tonight realized that for him, i could easily be another name on the list of people he once kind of knew who died.

its been 5 years cancer free. it went from weekly testings to monthly to yearly. and only today did i start to contemplate how that feels. theres something particularly insulting to have the thing that makes you sexually female threaten to crap out and kill you.  maybe i have hitherto unproclaimed issues stemming from this.

this time of year makes me feel strange.

Dear Metropolitan Museum of Art,

I can accept your high-brow elitist collections and out of touch but moneyed employees. I can accept your poorly organized building, it came before the collections did. I can even accept your expecting ticket sales girls, who guilt people into paying even though the museum is actually donation-based [yes, you can walk in there for free if you can deal with the dirty looks]. 

I can not, however, accept the state of your Greek art wing. Shame on you! To house such treasures of history in a massive room with no rhyme or reason, to divorce these objects from home and context and not create a new context, to overwhelm with sheer numbers but not enhance with a cogent theme, its criminal!

Your galas and money win you fame, Met, but po-dunk museums in Romania have better exhibits than you. Money can buy the most famous art on earth, but only good thoughts can make the pieces worth looking at.

If you decide to use your space and resources to educate and stimulate the populace, instead of create a rich man’s attic, I would be happy to re-design your exhibits. Just gimme a ring, Met.

-Alexandra