Showing posts from September, 2013

In the Red: Amsterdam: Banned postal Art.

* These postcards have got me banned from Facebook AGAIN! Woooooo!!!!  I’ve heard and read great things about Amsterdam. But I wasn’t there for me.   It was my brothers special treat so I shut my mouth and we spent the weekend in the Red Light District. Dive right on in! It’s exactly as you would expect, except the prostitutes are much better looking than I expected. Some looked like nu age Euro ravers with their day glow bra and illuminating pants. You had a good range too. In the morning time they would display older ladies, the ones that don’t work late, some of the younger early morning workers definitely hadn’t slept. Jaws a akimbo, eyes a blaze, jigging about like yesterdays sexy jelly. I started to get a bit surreal with this postcard. Which led to a photoshop session later.    Others looked terribly terribly sad. So sad. trapped in their glass cages, perched on a bar stool watching the world go by through long painless windows. While people

Borrowed Time at Hackney Picture House

The writer and Director Jules Bishop wearing the merchandise! There was an extra special screening of Borrowed Time  on Sunday the 14th of Sept.....    Bringing the film to life…through death as I hosted she a lesson in D.I.Y Taxidermy. This is was a tongue in cheek and  unconventional   approach to traditional taxidermy, showing that you can do it yourself, at home, with little more than the contents of your kitchen cupboards. Mostly salt, sanitary towels and Shake'n'vac “To set the scene in Borrowed Time, Phillip, the cantankerous amateur taxidermist needed fury friends. Taxidermy and animals are his life, he even has a stuffed squirrel strapped to the front of his mobility scooter accompanying him as his mascot. . . Most famous dead mascot there ever was.  But props like that are expensive, especially when you’re on a Mico- budget. Jules is my brother so the producers drafted me to see if I could work with the production crew and get them to