HAPHAZARD MUSINGS

vintage japanese posters

Posted in Uncategorized by lmass on 26/12/2010

All i want for christmas is a Cockatooooo

Posted in Uncategorized by lmass on 24/12/2010

So i was walking through this nature reserve the other day in AUSTRALIA and suddenly from outta nowhere i hear this

‘haa-llo’

Not a human, but a friendly little cockatoo, was wishing me g’day. I have decided that i shall own a cockatoo one day. And hopefully it’ll be a little something like this…

 

psych-adelic deadhead

Posted in Uncategorized by lmass on 13/12/2010

Hubba Hubba take 2

Posted in Uncategorized by lmass on 13/12/2010

following on from my earlier post about Billy Brides beaut rings, check out these pieces by civilised wildlife HERE

 

Posted in Uncategorized by lmass on 10/12/2010

ZwN Cru [ft MiKO, sNEM] – Slow Down , No Rush

lol

Posted in Uncategorized by lmass on 08/12/2010

i like em big, i like em plumpay…

Posted in Uncategorized by lmass on 07/12/2010

Madagascar 1 and 2 are hilarious, not just kid-funny but seriously entertaining. It is the flamboyant King Julian (Sacha Baron Cohen) and his right hand man Maurice (Cedric the Entertainer), who provide the film with high energy points of hilarity which maintain the whole plot. His flamboyance and rampant class-ism is actually quite relevant to our times, but i am definately not going to try and intellectualise these films. Just not necessary. Anyway, the jist is; see the damn films if you haven’t already.

Motto Motto is pretty funny too [translation – Hot Hot; the name so nice, you say it twice)

There is so much more to note with this film but i am going to cut it short for fear of looking like a weirdo. It is great though.

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Minotaur Shock

Posted in Uncategorized by lmass on 06/12/2010

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lost and found

Posted in Uncategorized by lmass on 06/12/2010

On the 5th of October police arrived at Pierre Le Guennec’s home in the Alpes in France. The 71 retired electrician had in his possession 271 pieces of work by Picasso which have never been seen. The majority of these works were made from 1910 – 1920, and have been valued to approximately 80 million euros. Intriguingly, Picasso’s son, and indeed many people throughout the artworld, suspect M. Le Guennec of stealing these pieces. He says that Picasso gave them to him after he installed the alarm systems in the artists house in the south of France in 1970, however Picasso always dedicated and signed pieces he gave away, and was never know to present any one individual with so many pieces. He allegedly handed them to the electrician in a dustbin bag! But then why would M.Le Guennec keep them in his house, in draws, not even attempting to sell them after all these years? Curiouser and curiouser…

Check out pictures of some of the pieces here

i heart mustard

Posted in Uncategorized by lmass on 06/12/2010

Jim Kazanjian

Posted in Uncategorized by lmass on 04/12/2010


Hubba Hubba

Posted in Uncategorized by lmass on 03/12/2010

Billy Bride has got in going ooooon. Beautiful pieces. I really like organic shapes – rough cut diamonds, uncut rubies. These rings have that in abundance. The natural shape is so much more aesthetically pleasing than uber symmetry and excessive refinement. It’s also great that each is a one off, avoiding the mass-manufactured boredom of items from Tiffany or Cartier. Original, unique and super stylish. In the same way that everyone looks better with the hair colour that they were born with, precious stones look great in their natural form. Just. Great.

Posted in Uncategorized by lmass on 03/12/2010

Jordy – Dur Dur Etre Un Bébé

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