Last night I had a very strange dream that my mom, my sister and I were waiting for the bus. This very odd-looking woman came walking up towards us and my mom and sister were instantly turned off and walked away, trying to pull me along with them cuz they thought she was weird and that we shouldn’t talk to her. But I -of course- stuck around anyways purely captivated by her beauty. She looked very much like an alien. She might have been. Everything about her skin and hair was not normal -all different shades of yellow. When she finally reached the bus stop, she looked at me and said “Oh! It’s you.” Like she knew who I was and was literally dying to see me. I looked into her eyes and they also were bright yellow, but her pupils were star-shaped. (That is the one thing I can’t figure out..the star-shaped pupils…thoughts, anyone?)
Anyways, I tried to say hello, but she suddenly collapsed on the street and yelped out in pain. I sort of tried to catch her, but she was so tall and so very much bigger than me so I just lifted her head and put my coat underneath her. Then, she gave me words. It’s going to take me a few days to remember them all because it was a sort of poem, rhymed and all. It was terribly important that I remembered. She made me repeat each stanza back to ensure I got it. Then, after she had spoken the last bit, she shut her eyes and stopped breathing. And a few moments later, she burst into a cloud of dust, and I realized I was sitting in the street, very much alone. Not that it was sad or lonely or anything like that, though. In fact, the dream was all very beautiful, peaceful.
Now that I think of it, I probably don’t need to remember every word she said, cuz I think I know what it was she wanted to tell me anyway.
This scanned lighter than it actually is (and nuked the blues), but it’s kinda close. Watercolor on 10x15
This one turned out ballin’. It’s like a rainbow scrapbook. Reminds me of the cure. Wha?
MOONBOUNCE WATERSLIDE YESSSSSSSSSS!
but the look on her face just seals the deal
Classic Photo: Gene Simmons & Cher with an Eclair
OH MY GOD
Swim Cap Fashions of the 1950s
I wanna get a fancy lady swim cap for the summer
Random International’s immersive environment Rain Room (2012), a major component of the MoMA PS1 exhibition EXPO 1: New York, is presented in the lot directly adjacent to The Museum of Modern Art. A field of falling water that pauses wherever a human body is detected, Rain Room offers visitors the experience of controlling the rain. Known for their distinctive approach to contemporary digital practice, Random International’s experimental projects come alive through audience interaction—and Rain Room is their largest and most ambitious to date. The work invites visitors to explore the roles that science, technology, and human ingenuity can play in stabilizing our environment. Using digital technology, Rain Room creates a carefully choreographed downpour, simultaneously encouraging people to become performers on an unexpected stage and creating an intimate atmosphere of contemplation.