Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Peter Pan Diamond Edition - You Can Fly Clip

Welcome to the new world of street art..BANKSY can SUCK IT.

I have been at the Harborview Me3dical Center in Seattle for almost 14 days (court mandated) and was delighted to see that Tayfun Sarier and Guus ter Beek have done what I have wanted to do all year.  Namely, the two artists have redefined waht street art is by using GIFs in the real world.  Making GIFs part of the analog world is the whole fucking point.  THings are going to change bug time in the next few years in terms of advertising too.  I'm too tired to write anymore so i will just post a link to the article that mentions me....Thanks Tayfun and Guus for making the world more interesting for me.  I also own all the copyrights to my artwork and drawings which are done with ink pen and color dye marker on paper.  Maybe now I can get a fucking art gallery to represent me since i'm tired of the interweb. READ ON...
Duo takes street art to the next level....

YO HO YO HO a pirates life 4 me

Street GIFs are awesome. YOure welcome.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

I AM BOO RADLEY To Kill a Mockingbird (10/10) Movie CLIP - Scout Meets Boo Radley (1962) HD

Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah (Original)

They're here.

Pinocchio and Jiminy Cricket - Always Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide!

I have been detained twice in the past month by the FASCIST organization known as the Seattle Police Department. THey must not like me for some reason because they actually broke a few of my ribs. Good thing I went to Group Health on Capitol Hill and got x-rays immediately after being held prisoner for over 24 hours. FUCK COPS. ALL COPS FUCKING SUCK. They must not think I am very smart.

Thursday, July 10, 2014

star wars VI luke v.s darth vader 1983 HD

Hey Dad. THere is a time and a place for everything right?

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Beautiful/Decay: Delightful GIFs Of Adorable Monsters Capture Childhood’s Fears

©2012 Dain Fagerholm
I enjoyed reading this piece by Ellyn Ruddick-Sunstein  for Beautiful/Decay art blog:

Fagerholm's work is infused with a playful sense of anxiety…In these strange surreal narratives, we are invited to feel the claustrophobia of a time out...  recalling the loneliness and isolation of being bound to our rooms.

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