Monday, September 26, 2011
h.NAOTO and Sixh. band members are joined by the Visual Kei group heidi. following their fashion show at the AM2 Convention in Anaheim, California back in July, 2011.
The h.NAOTO booth at the convention. They have been attending many conventions across America and doing well so now will be opening a store at the New People building in San Francisco. btw, I'm not getting anything for posting all this. Just like wearing their clothing.
Eclectic is a good word to describe the various lines that fall under the h.NAOTO brand. From goth and punk to cartoon cats and lolita, plus more traditional Japanese fabrics and design elements, h.NAOTO has almost something for everyone.
Sixh. member and designer Mint was so nice to allow having his photo taken.
This journal is not dead, it's been gently resting.
I want to work on original content, not the same thing so many others are posting.
So it won't update as often but will still be here, gently resting while it creates.
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Thursday, February 17, 2011
At Clifton's Cafeteria in Los Angeles, February 13th. Above print of a pin by David Lynch.
This was the reason for going to Clifton's the other day. Very glad we did go. Got to finally see some of Mr. Lynch's work and also photos by Richard Beymer. Would be great to see more of Mr. Beymer's photos in the future.
Very creative work there like this puzzle piece by Paul Chathem.
Which when spun enough ends up looking like this. Titled 'A Damn Good Cup Of Coffee'.
'Walk With Bob' by Tim Biskup.
'Cooper' by Jessica Joslin. You can see a bigger version if you click on the photo and then check the sizes on Flickr. This is amazing. It's a plastic bird skull btw.
'The Owls Are Not What They Seem' by Margaret Meyer. That's Bob in there.
'She Said' by Glenn Barr.
'Concentrating on the J's' by Scott Campbell. I really like this. Plus it reminded me about the donuts!
'A Small Logging Town' by Amy Casey.
'Audrey' by Stella Im Hultberg. Stunning portrait I think.
'Looks Like A Hog To Me' by Eric White. I dig the concept of making this like an older tv set.
'Crystal Deer' by Elizabeth McGrath.
One of Grace Zabriskie's very creative boxes.
Hope you found this a bit interesting. I did. Excellent location for this event.
Oh yeah, this was put on by Twin Peaks Productions. Their site for the show is here: http://www.twinpeaks20.com/
Even better is that they are selling merchandise related to Twin Peaks. Like Double R coffee cups, Great Northern Hotel stationary and Packard Saw Mill work aprons. Not sure if they are still selling the David Lynch coffee but one could ask if interested. http://inthetreesartpreview.blogspot.com/2011/02/twin-peaks-20th-anniversary-merchandise.html