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Baby eats cat
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falling asleep at the wheel
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Category: cats |Photography

Photo of Pixie Pixel by Seze

see, witches do exist!
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my friend Nica off on her broomstick

The Dirty Hoe Garden Shed
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Ah, I miss gardening…

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Editorial: Vogue Patterns
Magazine: Vogue Italy Dec 2007
Photographer: Steven Meisel

more here

The Princess and the Pea
06.19.08 | 1 Comment

My dreamlife is so rich and full of amazing imagery, it is often very hard for me to wake back into this world.

The Real Princess, Edmund Dulac

The Princess on the Pea
By Hans Christian Andersen
Translation by Jean Hersholt

Once there was a Prince who wanted to marry a Princess. Only a real one would do. So he traveled through all the world to find her, and everywhere things went wrong. There were Princesses aplenty, but how was he to know whether they were real Princesses? There was something not quite right about them all. So he came home again and was unhappy, because he did so want to have a real Princess.One evening a terrible storm blew up. It lightened and thundered and rained. It was really frightful! In the midst of it all came a knocking at the town gate. The old King went to open it.

Who should be standing outside but a Princess, and what a sight she was in all that rain and wind. Water streamed from her hair down her clothes into her shoes, and ran out at the heels. Yet she claimed to be a real Princess.

“We’ll soon find that out,” the old Queen thought to herself. Without saying a word about it she went to the bedchamber, stripped back the bedclothes, and put just one pea in the bottom of the bed. Then she took twenty mattresses and piled them on the pea. Then she took twenty eiderdown feather beds and piled them on the mattresses. Up on top of all these the Princess was to spend the night.

In the morning they asked her, “Did you sleep well?”

” Oh!” said the Princess. “No. I scarcely slept at all. Heaven knows what’s in that bed. I lay on something so hard that I’m black and blue all over. It was simply terrible.”

They could see she was a real Princess and no question about it, now that she had felt one pea all the way through twenty mattresses and twenty more feather beds. Nobody but a Princess could be so delicate. So the Prince made haste to marry her, because he knew he had found a real Princess.

As for the pea, they put it in the museum. There it’s still to be seen, unless somebody has taken it.

There, that’s a true story.

Yves Saint Laurent (1936 – 2008)
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I can has cheezburger, essential daily viewing
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The most beautiful chair I have ever seen.
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Category: design |Photography

Taken on the street of Montreal

How come the MTA did not think of this?
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Category: design |Photography

the three in one pole on the Montreal Metro

Mutek Montreal 2008
06.13.08 | No Comments

I ended up having more fun at the smaller festival Mutek because of the intimacy of the events. We were only there for the last two days of the festival. Saturday night we headed over to Metropolis for an amazing line up. I was excited to see Chloe live but for me the best act of the night was a debut dubby set by Code 9 and Space Ape. This normally isn’t even the kind of music I like but there was something really transcendent about their performance. After their set ended DJ Olive said “Wow that was like Sun Ra!”

The real highlight of the weekend was the outdoor Picnic Electronique with Mathias Kaden & Onur Özur djing together. We danced all day in the foggy wet light rain. No one seemed to be phased by the crappy weather because the music and the vibe was so unbelievably good. In their totally creative set Mathias Kaden & Onur Özur mixed strings and horns into techno tracks. Plus they were super cute to watch as they picked records to play and danced together.

Here is David Last’s amazing photo documentation of Mutek 2008 on Flickr

Me and my new fellow pink haired new artist friend Megan, we instantly became friends after I walked up to her. Photo by my dear friend David Last

We arrived at Metropolis right when the night started, the empty dance floor filled up soon thereafter. Photo by Seze

The visuals were gorgeous and totally different for each act. Photo by Seze

Bunker Bryan with Philip Sherburne, one of my favorite music writers and a super nice person as well. Genevieve & Matt (Portland Techno Promoters Kulture Szene) and Derek are behind them.
Stupid snapshot by Seze

How lucky we are! We danced under a Calder sculpture all day in the rain.
Photo by Seze

I love the pee pee dance logo by Picnic Eletronik
Photo by Seze

Rave Olympics – DEMF/Detroit
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I spent the two long weekends at electronic music festivals. The first was the Detroit Electronic Music Festival (DEMF) and the following week I went to Montreal for Mutek. The line ups at both were excellent and though it was really exhausting I had an amazing time. I can barely sum up the weekends in words or pictures.

Here is a list of my favorite performances, moments, and memories from Detroit in no particular order, even though Alex Smoke was my favorite performer:

  • Alex Smoke live
  • DBX -live (even though his secret gig at Bunker was better)
  • enjoying Derek Plaslaiko’s set with all my friends from NYC
  • meeting Egyptian Lover in my hotel elevator
    (their shirts were so totally insane, I am so mad at myself for not taking their photo)
  • hearing Heartthrob play live while laying on the grass outside
  • feeling like I was at a goth club (age 19) while listening to Kill Memory Crash play live
  • being blown away by Par Grindvik live
  • melting at the beauty of Scott Pagano’s gorgeous visuals during Speedy J’s live set
  • Mathias Kaden live
  • John Selway‘s 45 surprise minute fill in DJ set
  • The Accelerate After Party with Dan Bell, Zip and Sammy Dee
  • Hanging out with Bruno Pronsato making bad jokes
  • Dethlab’s amazing acid warehouse party:
    Too Far Gone… presented by Dethlab with Adult, Perspects, Dethlab, Cowboy Mark (tagteam DJ set), Motor (DJ set)
    No Way Back presented by Interdimensional Transmissions
    Derek Plaslaiko, Mike Servito, BMG of Ectomorph, Patrick Russell, Carlos Souffront
  • meeting G.O.D. at the acid party
  • Finally eating at Slow’s BBQ and not bing disappointed.
  • And it was a true highlight to finally not stay at a crappy hotel.

My friend Andy wrote an excellent article on his experiences at Detroit based on the music and architecture:

Random photos (not a faithful documentation of the weekend) by Seze

Detroit patches pants dude.

Kate Simko performing an excellent set

We may be getting older but we are still having fun!

My super stylish buddies Bethany & Doyle of Dethlab hosted the best party
of the weekend “Too Far Gone… No Way Back” at their warehouse studio space.

Phases of the moon wall at Slows BBQ outdoor seating area

The Magical Surface of the Soap Bubble
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Photographer Jason Tozer was asked to take some pictures of bubbles by Creative Review magazine, using the new Sony Alpha camera.

Human egg makes accidental debut on camera
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Wow this is amazing link

body shadows
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Category: erotica |Photography

sorry photographer na
cat on the street
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hey cat lovers,

This is a photo my brother took with his cellphone, of a cat sitting on a guy’s head! WTF! If I tried to get Konrad to sit on my head while I walked around the city, I am certain it would end in my untimely death by scratching.


Photo by Zoh’s brother

Here is a phone photo of me & Konrad taken while Bryan and I were babysitting him.