Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Fun Stuff & Photos

One of these days I'll have to do a more "writerly" blog entry, but for now I'm all about what inspires me, makes me laugh or is just a great way to kill some time. So welcome to the lazy artist's link-o-rama.

Looking for a daily giggle? Check out Natalie Dee's daily drawings and toothpaste for dinner by her hubby Drew. The two artists also work together on Married to the Sea (which is where I got the Harp Center funny that heads this post). On the naughtier side of things, check out Drew's lego porn. I think the title is self-explanatory. Drop on by. I'm sure everyone will find something offensive and/or hysterically funny at one or all of these sites. These horribly prolific artists put up a new drawing on their respective & collective websites EVERY DAY!! Except for lego porn...but who cares, this officially qualifies them for the lazy artists lounge Overachiever Award.

If you haven't been keeping up with Ask a Ninja, then there's something seriously wrong. No, really. I mean it. When in doubt, ask a ninja. And if you're not satisfied with his answers to your existential questions, then Hope is emo can definitely help you out. Hope is taking on the weight of the words and struggling to make emotional sense of it all. I want to be Hope when I grow up, 'cause she's like deep & shit.

As soon as I figure out how they got posted, I'll get the links up for the Slab City Slam that I recorded a few weeks ago. Also, I finished recording & editing the first chapter of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland for Coyote Radio's Bedtime Stories podcast. Again, I've got to figure out how Andrew posted it so I can get the link up.

In the meantime, here are a few photos from this year's Tsunami on the Square. Still waiting on the great and groovy John Seaman to get his much cooler and more professional pics up.

View from The Jersey Lilly's balcony - best seat around for the Art Parade!

Royce Carlson's CadWac Cadillac - a remodeled 1970 Cadillac Fleetwood.

R. Wall and a Mural Mouse at work on a mural painted during the Tsunami festival. R. & the Mural Mice are currently working on a huge mural on the outer wall of The Art Store in downtown Prescott.

A creature from Flam Chen does crowd control before their performance of The Radiance. There were three of these critters on stilts interacting with approx. six other members of the group while The Dambe Project (African Percussion) provided intense drum accompaniment. Flam Chen are currently at Arcosanti finishing up a narrative film called The Fisher's Wish.


At 5:21 AM, Blogger Sandra Ruttan said...

I totally want to come to Arizona and see this tsunami in the desert thing.

I want to come to Arizona anyway, but now I want to come in June.

You're evil!

At 10:58 AM, Blogger angie said...

Welcome to the dark side...(insert scary, mad scientist laugh)

Yeah, Tsunami is pretty damn awesome. And you should totally come to AZ next June. It's not like you don't know anyone here!

At 2:01 AM, Blogger M.E Ellis said...

LOL @ the harp pic. Porn lego? Gawd, I didn't click...I'll wait until my kids go to their dads for the weekend!



At 1:03 PM, Blogger anne frasier said...

did she say gothtard? LOL!!!!!

yeah, the tsunami festival looks so cool!!! reminds me a little of the bizarre may day parade they have here in minneapolis, but i'll bet you weren't freezing your ass off.

At 4:18 PM, Blogger Elizabeth said...

Holy blazing saddles, another Arizonan!! So glad I found you!

There are some great links in here, I'll go check 'em all out! See you 'round the blogosphere!


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