Thursday, October 20, 2011

neon movie poster that move..

What a creative post title..

Err' body needs to check this out!

Mr. Whaite is a pop artist and neon obsessive,or so say his blog. Go have a look at his blog right now and treat your eyeballs for a Thursday.




 now I have the Back to the Future song in my head..



I LOVE these, don't you internet? I want one so bad. Check out Mr. Whaite's Twitter for more.

..also check out my twitter if you need some more of my babble in you life.


Monday, October 17, 2011

if only a cartoon could be the president


Love this cartoon by Niall O'Loughlin, as the presidential race heats up the main question is are YOU registered to vote?

Fear not, Register here or ask me to check for you..


Another caricaturist I'm a big fan of is Allan Cavanagh, who was working with me over the weekend. I'm only thrilled with his portrait of me.....wouldn't you be!?

Friday, October 7, 2011

this week..

This guy

Steve Jobs probably inspired more people than ever as he passed away on Thursday. My news feed was full of 'big' quotes, but for once I didn't mind the spammyness of it all.




Annie Mac was in all week for Fearne Cotton, and so i was introduced to some serious tunes. I love that she's irish, but for some reason on Irish  radio stations, i'm just not impressed with the dj's.


its a bit like the music on Ci Ci Cavanagh's blog, which i LOVE! Go listen now, its just like having background music to your life. I imagine it would be the music to the show about me, if i was in a Truman Show kinda world.




Also I decided i'm going to balayage my hair (whats that, a year late you say?..you shut up), my hair is kinda sorta naturally balayaged (in your face). I would love to go with peachy tones, as pink would be a bit much in work at the moment, ala Lauren Conrad


..and finally i started an art class (i know, check me out)..


currently drawing an hopefully painting a lot of Tim Walker photos






This is a poor selection of his work, go buy the book, it's unreal. Every photo is like something you may have imagined once and there it is, in print!


and for now  i bid you adieu...has anyone gone into Dublin Contemporary yet? I must this weekend, I hear good things.




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