Saturday, October 31, 2009

Wednesday, October 28, 2009


Ok so last night i had a dream that i was a comedian. My act was all about how pompous "space" is. Yes, space as in outer space.
Here is (to the best of my recollection my act ( it starts after i had told a few jokes already)
"...So SPACE, sure is big huh? i MEAN COME ON ALREADY WE GET IT! All mighty SPACE, you sure are fucking vast! Everywhere i turn i am hearing just how expansive and amazing SPACE is! And if its not enough that Outer SPACE is sooooooo big, we now have to start looking at INNER SPACE what a crock of shit! Come on! i MEAN WHAT A JERK! I can see SPACE sprawling all over the outer limits , putting its boots up on the Milky Way and shit, thinking to itself, "how else can i fuck with these humans?...Oh yeah, i am going to create "inner space" not even their own mind and atomic mass will be safe from my powers !" {crowd laughs, i pause}
" And you know who saw all the action SPACE was getting wanted a piece, ... TIME! Yeah that's right, now TIME is SPACE! What jerk!"

anyway that was my weird ass dream comedy!

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

occult explosion part 2 (bullet point black mass)

The occult explosion was a runaway train in the mid 70's, the paperback market was an just the tip of the iceberg. What was amazing about the paperback occult phenomena was its "easy access" of the occult world. Bullet point black mass!

occult explosion

Ok so i have decided to share part of my occult paperback collection!
These are all scans of covers from books in my personal collection

Monday, October 26, 2009

vibraton of

Low resolution "off the cuff" style captures of programs i take with my cheap-o camera phone
some or screen shots of my collage work in various forms

I like to take photos from the internet & tv- structured programing comes through when i find an image taken out of context that applies to the way i am feeling or what i am thinking of.

Ithell Colquhoun

Ithell Colquhoun
-For each card, she poured enamel paint onto a horizontal sheet of paper, allowing it to flow and mix. Sometimes she swirled it about with the pointed handle of a brush and sometimes she added dots or dabs of paint to emphasise certain features. It was important to her that although she determined which colours to initially apply based on a structured colouring scheme, many of the final forms and colour mixtures were influenced by forces that were not under her conscious control.