April 10, 2014
rachelfershleiser:

She plastered a poster with her own face floating above the words, “Stop Telling Women to Smile” on a vacant storefront here, across from a federal courthouse. Then Ms. Fazlalizadeh and her helpers brushed on two dozen more posters she had created. Images of young faces stared back with wary, defiant and no-nonsense gazes above statements such as “My Outfit Is Not an Invitation,” or “Women Do Not Owe You Their Time or Conversation.”
(via Tatyana Fazlalizadeh Takes Her Public Art Project to Georgia - NYTimes.com)
I am such a huge fan of this artist/project.

atl!
“Women need to start talking about their daily moments because it’s the smaller stuff that affects the larger things, like rape, domestic violence, harassment in the workplace.”

rachelfershleiser:

She plastered a poster with her own face floating above the words, “Stop Telling Women to Smile” on a vacant storefront here, across from a federal courthouse. Then Ms. Fazlalizadeh and her helpers brushed on two dozen more posters she had created. Images of young faces stared back with wary, defiant and no-nonsense gazes above statements such as “My Outfit Is Not an Invitation,” or “Women Do Not Owe You Their Time or Conversation.”

(via Tatyana Fazlalizadeh Takes Her Public Art Project to Georgia - NYTimes.com)

I am such a huge fan of this artist/project.

  1. atl!
  2. “Women need to start talking about their daily moments because it’s the smaller stuff that affects the larger things, like rape, domestic violence, harassment in the workplace.”

April 9, 2014
i will be reading alongside many talented people in this month’s scene missing magazine show, which will feature pieces inspired by the film trailers of ernest p worrell. in order to prepare you, i fixed ae houseman’s famous poem:
TO AN ERNEST DYING YOUNG
the time your hand was crushed betweenthe window sill and window screenantics squashed and friendship spurnedyour fingers broken, for you’d been verned.  
you saved christmas, went to camp,went to jail, you redneck scamp,stupidly scared and riding againthat vest, that hat, that voice, that grin
and on the saddest fucking day  the lord took my jim varney awaybirthdays he’d known but 49,it wasn’t enough, we needed more time!
but though his body may be dead,he lives, that human bobble head,in trailers on the silver screenfilm’s eternal, know what i mean?
the highland ballroom, april two three,is where you’ll want your ass to be for ernest p worrell’s comeback sceneat this month’s scene missing magazine
tecosky, johns, michael, perry,english, hatfield, relyea, veryfunny writing, comedy andit’s all for ernest, whose life was grand 
that forward lean, that rubber face, we’ve missed his dumb head round this place,so let’s watch trailers, they’re worth seeing,ernest, comma, the importance of being
illustration by joe karg!

i will be reading alongside many talented people in this month’s scene missing magazine show, which will feature pieces inspired by the film trailers of ernest p worrell. in order to prepare you, i fixed ae houseman’s famous poem:

TO AN ERNEST DYING YOUNG

the time your hand was crushed between
the window sill and window screen
antics squashed and friendship spurned
your fingers broken, for you’d been verned.  

you saved christmas, went to camp,
went to jail, you redneck scamp,
stupidly scared and riding again
that vest, that hat, that voice, that grin

and on the saddest fucking day  
the lord took my jim varney away
birthdays he’d known but 49,
it wasn’t enough, we needed more time!

but though his body may be dead,
he lives, that human bobble head,
in trailers on the silver screen
film’s eternal, know what i mean?

the highland ballroom, april two three,
is where you’ll want your ass to be 
for ernest p worrell’s comeback scene
at this month’s scene missing magazine

tecosky, johns, michael, perry,
english, hatfield, relyea, very
funny writing, comedy and
it’s all for ernest, whose life was grand 

that forward lean, that rubber face, 
we’ve missed his dumb head round this place,
so let’s watch trailers, they’re worth seeing,
ernest, comma, the importance of being

illustration by joe karg!

April 9, 2014
matt-t:

We hit peak BARVE last night.  Setting the America flag on fire during the home opener.

matt-t:

We hit peak BARVE last night.
Setting the America flag on fire during the home opener.

April 7, 2014
alexbaca:

Divesting my nail polish collection. At Graffiato. After dinner. (at Graffiato)

one of many great things about knowing alex baca is having access to alex baca’s nail polish collection. 

alexbaca:

Divesting my nail polish collection. At Graffiato. After dinner. (at Graffiato)

one of many great things about knowing alex baca is having access to alex baca’s nail polish collection. 

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Filed under: check ya topcoat 
April 7, 2014
60s70sand80s:

Florida, 1975

60s70sand80s:

Florida, 1975

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April 7, 2014

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April 7, 2014

i cross-stitched the so so def billboard! partially to be the cross-stitched so so def billboard i wished to see in the world, partially to illustrate this scene missing magazine piece jason mallory and i wrote about the record label’s enduring legacy. you should read it if “my boo” is at all tied to your adolescent sexual awakening, or if you’re curious about what an “onion booty” is. 

April 6, 2014

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April 6, 2014

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April 6, 2014

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