nothing personal just biz-ness

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

matching makes me happy.

Matching jumpsuits.

Matching floral scarves.
Matching passports.
Matching with a stranger.
matching sunglasses and side parts.
Matching spectacles and hoods.
Matching pink Betsey dresses.
Matching plaids.
Matching sweater stripes.
Matching hats and tee-shirts.
Matching rings.
Matching sunnies.
Matching dresses.
Matching zebra print.
Matching band tees.
Matching hair pieces.
Matching socks.

Matching hearts.
Matching jackets and matching last names
(applies to photos above and below).

Matching leopard print.

Matching dresses.
Matching lighters.

Matching hats.
Matching shorts.
Matching crowns.

this album is atomic

Tim Gane and his lab partners decided to try out some chemistry they learnt back in 96 with their tomato ketchup experiment. Although their chemical chords wont be tested fully until august, here is something to get your taste buds tempted
stereolab-three women

fuzzy photos/we were late to the party

Don't worry, we weren't feeling socially awkward.

So you know a guy who wrote a book.

Only 5 photos were taken all night. xo

Saturday, April 26, 2008

Roxy Music

This is the first artwork ever designed for Roxy Music. It was printed on satin and drawn by Malcolm Bird.

He is also responsible for this neat drawing. At one point he was employed by Barbara Hulanicki as a pattern cutter and colourist. Where he supplied illustrations like the one below and designed the children's department in one of her shops.
Barbara Hulanick was the founder of BIBA in 1964 which at the time was a small fashion boutique in west London. As the name grew so did the fans including Brigitte Bardot, Raquel Welch, Twiggy, Yoko Ono, Sonny and Cher, Mick and Bianca Jagger, Anita Pallenberg and Jack Nicholson, Freddie Mercury, Lou Reed, your getting the idea.

The famous editor-in-chief of American Vogue Anna Wintour once worked as a shop girl at the BIBA boutique. In 1975 the London shop closed and the label went bankrupt. Tear.
BIBA relaunched at London Fashion Week 2006 under designer Bella Freud. The new styles made it into the hearts and closets of many young fashionable girls. Case in point.
But enough about that, back to the music.

Roxy music was also featured in Lost in Translation.
You just know Bill is into it.

Lost in Translation (More than This)

Strike rhymes with bike.

My Two Cents, I mean Tokens.After giving the riding public less than two hours notice, the TTC suddenly threw in the towel.
I found this video of fathom and co lacing currently-defunct ttc vehicles with some pretty pieces.
Walking is fun; see you on the street.

Friday, April 25, 2008


fuck dance let's art.

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Aliza shvarts ain't got nothing on Polanski.

They can't make movies as fast as I can watch them. I'm getting the feeling that I've seen every movie, to cope I've been going back to old favorites to re-experience all the goodness.

There are so many reasons to love Rosemary's baby. Rosemary, the waifish wife is played by the one and only Mia Farrow, and her handsome husband is played by John Cassavetes.

During the movie she chops her hair off courtesy of Vidal Sassoon, while he literally makes a deal with the devil.

This Roman Polanski film is relevant as it addresses a woman's control over her own body. But furthermore, it got everyone thinking about boys haircuts on pretty girls and reminded us that pregnancy is a scary deal.

a scrap book of sorts

We are two best friends: Sarah and Lara.

We have been collaging together since we were in kindergarten. From hilroy to apple, the medium has changed but the message remains the same.

We get by with a little help from our friends,
the biz-biz

vincent merany

vincent merany

la la la la la la live for today

"biz" means "we" in Turkish