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Photo Flurry 011 – Jhonen Vasquez, Turning

I took these pictures of Jhonen Vasquez earlier this week, because it was time. Imagine this being the top result for your Google image search for the past six years. Sure, it’s cute at first, but then you start getting boxes of baby seals in the mail and the fun stops. Two of these are clickable.

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Photo Flurry 007 – Sick Days

Enjoying the silence, are we? If not, please accept my apologies – I’ve been sick. Sick for almost two weeks now, in fact. Like so many self-employed Americans I do not have health insurance, which has me in the interesting position of needing to find an affordable doctor. Tea and bed don’t seem to be doing their usual trick and I am so very, very sick of being sick and unproductive. Update: went to the doctor today. The visit was …

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Photo Flurry 006 – Skulls, Two Birthdays and a Video

Last week marked two years since the Coilhouse blog launched in October 2007. To commemorate the occasion, Nadya, Mer and I sat at our respective web-cams across the globe and made videos which Mer edited together to create the birthday masterpiece below. I invite you to read our two-year anniversary post here. While we’re on the subject of birthdays, Lou O’Bedlam had one, along with a celebratory barbecue. Ever since my days of adventuring down South, I’ve been fascinated with …

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Photo Flurry 005 – To Phoenix and Back

Alive after a whirlwind photo-adventure in Arizona. I have a Biorequiem To-Do list which includes shop updates, a new Style Dispatch post featuring my cape, and a very special eyebrow tutorial for Blush Response. Unfortunately, I’ve been stricken with a brutal migraine/fever combo which has me in aggressive recovery mode until the weekend. And what a magnificent weekend it should be! I’m especially looking forward to introducing Ales to the Dia De Los Muertos festivities at the Hollywood Forever cemetery, …

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Photo Flurry 004

Feeling fresh n’ sassy because I got a grand total of thirty minutes to poke through the photos accumulating on my hard drive last night! This post is dedicated to the LA Noir art show – the one I made The Centipede and Rachael for. Here are a few photos I managed to snap between sipping Manhattans, ogling all the art and being fabulous in an outfit I really wish I’d documented. As I’d mentioned before, the exhibit was held …

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Photo Flurry 003

You do know that yesterday was no ordinary Sunday, right? Surely you are aware that it was Mr. Kot’s birthday. Well, it was, which means I’m finally free of gift-hiding – no easy task when you share your quarters. Mister Kot received: two pens, a notebook, The Anarchist Cookbook, McKenna’s Food of the Gods and Viktor & Rolf’s ”Antidote”. That last item was not entirely a selfless gift since we both wear it. We celebrated with bad movies, what we’ve …

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Photo Flurry 002

A quick “Hello, new week!” in the form of a short Photo Flurry from Saturday’s excellent photo-excursion with Lou O’Bedlam and Ian Broyles. These are some of Ian’s pictures, taken in the 2nd Street tunnel and in the back of Lou’s automobile. You might recognize the tunnel’s jade glow from such fine films as The Terminator and Blade Runner. Or you might not. Was reminded of just how different casual, very-nearly-unplanned shoots are from mega-styled and costumed ones, though both …

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Photo Flurry 001

Hello meine lieblinge and welcome to the very first installment of Photo Flurry. I can’t be certain whether all of these will have a theme, but this one does: 1. fire and cobalt 2. night. And while I have your attention: at 8pm ET this Thursday evening tune into G4 for Women of the Web to see me do something hideous to Kevin Pereira. Sort of. And now, on to the photos for I have said too much. Completely un-edtied, …

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Intermission

[Since this site is getting revamped within the next few weeks, I don’t want to do much posting until it is complete. Visual stimuli, now.] Hotel balcony in Encinitas, on the way home from Comic Con with Nadya.

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What It Bees and What It Ain’t

It’s been radio silence with the exception of the Monster? announcement, I know. This time not only work is to blame, but let me assure you that all is well. How well I can’t say just yet, however I do have some exciting things to share. The biggest news, is that Coilhouse Magazine’s Issue 3 is now available. Click here for a tour! In addition to the Inform/Inspire/Infect section dividers I illustrated “Now Do You Understand the Meaning of Life?” …

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Good Morning

Hello, my dearest internetionals. The time has come for me to share my latest and to ask the pressing question: What is up? As for me, 1. Weather Talking about the weather is acceptable when it’s an absolutely perfect morning. I woke up a little past 6am to the sound of rain crashing into the windows. Am now merged with couch, laptop and a mug of what’s supposed to be coffee but is mostly caramel sauce. Candles and writing mode …

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Photo Flurry

365 Self Portraits Project [click for full size] ChinaShop Galleries: Baby Tattoo Presents: Dr. Sketchy’s LA Re-Launch Getting Down in Camden Town Bettie Page: Heaven Bound reception with Lenora Claire Montmartre, We Meet Again! Fashion update on Haute Macabre [click photo to read article] Random bits By Lou O’Bedlam, from April By Paul Sizer From my phone Stepped on glass, dug it out. Victory! Taking a break between shoots with a Patty-made artichoke and Annika. Friends, in this case Andrew …

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Dear Biorequiem,

Josh yelled at me for not updating but I’m not sorry. See, I’ve been busy doing one of my favorite things which is, in fact, working on a psychotic schedule. My days start before 6 and end after midnight because I refuse to give up the night or the sun rising. Drawing, shooting, writing, compiling, editing while simultaneously taking care of things I’d been putting off for too long. Photo by Courtney Rot Also laughing. A lot. Most hours are …

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New Interview + Two Photos

I just finished a quick, fun interview for A Stroke of Pink, a social media haven that connects young women between the ages of 13 to 21 who desire a career in the fashion industry. This site is in its early stages and I think it’s going to be a supreme source of inspiration for young women. I’m completely honored to be their very first It Girl. Click below to read about Europe, Elton’s Oscar party and more. Europe, by …

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Quick hello from London

Oh, hello. I’ve been in London for the past two days and am heading to Paris in the moring. This a little announcement to let you know that I am taking some photos of my trip and will be making them visible to the world on Chinashop, as time allows.

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