The style I like
Pictures I took and found; art I love; things I wrote; style I like; images I drew.
All are in my MSG diary
The style I like
We can’t jump off bridges anymore because our iPhones will get ruined. We can’t take skinny dips in the ocean, because there’s no service on the beach and adventures aren’t real unless they’re on Instagram. Technology has doomed the spontaneity of adventure and we’re helping destroy it every time we Google, check-in, and hashtag.
Things I like, quote
Jeremy Glass, We Can’t Get Lost Anymore (via wendesgray)
The artist I love, Nick van Woert
Since January 24, we’ve had a wayward terracotta warrior on the loose in the Bay Area. We’ve gotta find him in time for the opening of the exhibition, China’s Terracotta Warriors: The First Emperor’s Legacy at the Asian Art Museum on Feb 22 (gulp) — next Friday!
If you see him, take a photo and post on Twitter and/or Instagram (your accounts must be set to public) and tag it #LOSTWARRIOR. If you have suggestions, tips, leads, please share on Twitter and tag it #LOSTWARRIOR.
All posts from the public will show up on this interactive website. So far he’s been in San Jose, Milpitas, Palo Alto, Mountain View, Menlo Park, Oakland, and Berkeley. Hopefully he’ll find his way back to San Francisco this week.
Please check this site for the latest updates, photos, his whereabouts, etc:
Let’s all meet Terracotta Warriors at Asian Art Museum
So, so, so, so, so, so, so, so, so, so, so, so, so lonely.
The things that made me laugh, Gaga toothbrush!
Gaga toothbrush makes you gagging and also can Poke your Face
Born This Way, teeth!!! Omg, she is losing her mind for money, lol… bye Gaga.
He Wears It by John Woo
John Woo returns with the latest in superhero and film icon fashion, swiping their blasters and liquid metal skin for something a little more fitting. Signed prints available for purchase over at the etsy.
Things I think it’s clever.
The style I like, a little rock n’ roll
Chinese photographer Huang Qingjun has spent nearly 10 years travelling to remote areas in China to convince people to have their picture taken along with all of their possessions. At first glance it’s striking how little they own but as you look closer at each image you’ll discover items that might be unexpected.
Art, I like