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Thursday, February 26, 2009

MUSIC


You got the right sound rich enough to take them down, your breakin’ new doors whatcha you think you lookin’ for!

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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Friday, February 20, 2009

PATTERN


pattern design

RED


These letter necklaces by Red Cloud Design have been popular. You can choose any letter and customise it with one of three charms -
a. an owl
b. a bunny
c. a skull

Delivery takes a week but we have more popular letters at the shop.

Monday, February 16, 2009

LOVE


If i had a hearing impaired girlfriend I would get her this silver necklace.

It says 'I love you' in American Sign Language.

Saturday, February 14, 2009

SLAVE

BUTT


Went to that Mt Martha Music in the Country party. We couldn't erect our tent so we ended up spending a dreamy night sleeping under some big old tree.

I found this sterling silver napkin holder at Meade's Antique Shop in Mt Martha. I am going to cut it open to make a cuff.

I was initially excited because I thought it said 'Butt'.

Friday, February 13, 2009

DEBBIE

Whenever I feel low energy or feel like annoying the other shops in the arcade I put on "When I Hear Music" at full blast.



Debbie Deb has been cited as influence on artists such as Gwen Stefani and Janet Jackson.


Debbie was born in Brooklyn. New York, and raised in North Miami Beach, Florida.


A music aficionado from a young age, she was "discovered" at the age of 16 by producer Pretty Tony, at a Miami record store where she was working.


The first song Debbie recorded was "When I Hear Music," which she co-wrote with Pretty Tony. Released on the Jam Packed record label, the song has since become a staple in clubs and on dance radio stations and mixshows. Other hits followed, including "Lookout Weekend", "I Wanna Work It Out", "There's A Party Going On", "I Wanna Dance".



Nearly every Debbie Deb track follows lyrical terrain of 'life is sad/bad but if I go to a party and there's music I can dance and have fun'.


However, Debbie was overweight and suffered from low self-esteem, and found her sudden fame difficult to cope with. She was crushed when her record company decided not to put her picture on the sleeves of her records and, in a Manillli Vanilli-esque move, even hired an "impostor" to perform and pose as Debbie Deb. As a result, she made little, if any, money from her hit singles, and was so hurt by the experience that she stopped singing for years, relying on her work as a hairdresser to make ends meet.


Debbie finally resurfaced on the recording scene in 1995 with the album She's Back.


Now living near Philadelphia, she continues to work as a hair stylist.




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Wednesday, February 11, 2009

FOOD

























Mmm yummy spicy lamb boreks. The food here is amazing and great value.

My (vegan) favourites:
1. Broad Bean salad with Giant Cous Cous. ($5.00 AU) I am not sure what the green sauce on the beans is. The lady told me she didn't know (yeh right). I think it might be Olive Oil and tahini? Its a mind blowing mixture of textures, colours and tasty goodness.
2. Zucchini rolls ($2.50AU) - m├╝cver (zucchini pancakes) served with tabouleh and red cabbage.
3. Cabbage rolls. ($2.00 AU) The gelatinous cabbage leaves are stuffed with garlicky tomato rice.


Turkish shop at the Queen Victoria Market.
Queen Victoria Market
Elizabeth St (cnr Victoria) Melbourne 3000
(03) 9320 5822
www.qvm.com.au/

BIRD

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

AK-47


























Check out these controversial earrings from Corky.

Thursday, February 05, 2009

Monday, February 02, 2009

MOSS





top image: corrine day
bottom image: chuck close

Sunday, February 01, 2009

SEVEN

































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School of Seven Bells (often just SVIIB) is a three-piece band formed by Benjamin Curtis (musician) of Secret Machines, together with identical twins Alejandra and Claudia Deheza, formerly of On! Air! Library!. The band is named after the School of the Seven Bells, a mythical South American pickpocket training academy.

They kinda sound like the Cocteau Twins or My Bloody Valentine.

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