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Murakami's Short Film "Akihabara Majokko Princess" with Kirsten Dunst

This fabulous video of Kirsten Dunst performing a cover of "Turning Japanese" by the Vapors was part of the Tate Gallery’s “Pop Life” exhibit by Takashi Murakami, an artist and author who’s explored the otaku phenomenon. He also produced this video. Click on the image on the left for details from the exhibit's pamphlet. Note: This is video is a 95 mb size file. Please be patient. A week
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"Think Pink!" Sequence from Funny Face with Kay Thompson

I just read that my friend Susie from 1stFloorFlat is mighty pretty in pink when she blogged she's all clear from a recent breast cancer screening procedure. Go, Susie!As it so happens, my paternal grandmother passed away from breast cancer although at the time of her death also she suffered from the ravages of Alzheimer's. She was highly combative during the course of her struggle with this horrific
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Pr0n Star Jack Lawrence's 1965 Shelby Daytona Coupe

Today I went traipsing into my local Tandy Leather store because I'm working experimenting on a top secret crafty project. If it works, I can't wait to show it to you here. But if fails I'd rather not share it with you my lameness so...let's pretend we never had this conversation, mkay?Moving forward....Like I said, I was at my local Tandy Leather store and as I was leaving this super gorgeous 1965
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Vermont for Valentine's!

Here's some photos I took from my week in Vermont visiting with my friends Simone and Seano. If you're a fan of my other blog, you'll remember them from a piece I did for an interactive art project they created entitled "Green Shoes" for Burning Man '07.  It was a ginormous piece that a crew of at least a dozen volunteers including me came together to help them build a few years back.Well, I ended
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Dartmouth's Winter Carnival Polar Swim

This week was my birthday and what better way to spend it than with my friends in Vermont. On Friday we took a jump in the lake at Dartmouth's Winter Carnival Polar Plunge which has been described by the school's newspaper as a "pseudospontaneous event" in which participants leap into a large, rectangular opening cut into the pond with chainsaws that measures 10' wide by 20' long. There was a two
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Calling All Los Angeles Artists!

MANIFESTEQUALITY (www.manifestequality.com) invites you to join an amazing roster of artists from across the nation who are using their voices and talents to amplify and motivate the grass roots movement to fight for full & unrestricted equal rights for all Americans. manifestequality.com/art-contest5 winners will be selected to show their works at MANIFESTEQUALITY in Los Angeles next to artists
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Glamour Bomb Goes To Vermont

I'm going to be gone for a week. They say Vermont is for lovers and while I don't have a Valentine, I do know two really cool people there who love each other. The husband is an artist and his wife is a getting her Ph.D. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Dartmouth. Together they're gonna teach me how to snowboard for my very first time! Woo hoo! So maybe I'll meet somebody suave and debonair
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Urgent: Attention Los Angeles Artists! Take Action for Arts for LA!

A proposal removing The Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) only dedicated source of revenue, will be considered by the LA City Council, Wednesday, February 3, 2010. The loss of funding for DCA would affect both performance and educational activities and seriously undermine artists and arts organization in Los Angeles.The City of Angels and its artists need your help!Even if you are not a resident
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