Teddy; twenty, from Wisconsin. I'm lightly modified, und ich spreche bisschen Deutsch. I'm just beginning my floral design career, I listen to pop punk/metal/indie/folky music, and I have a small collection of books/vinyls. Also into axolotls, cats, and rats.
That was a serious post, Milwaukee.
Beautiful solid 14 karat gold lotus threaded end from Body Vision Los Angeles, with sandblasted relief to give a little contrast.
89mm (3 1/2”) Double Concave and Double Flared Rainbow Sheen Obsidian Plugs with matching 22mm Oval Labret and 8mm Nostril Plugs.
This has been the most labor intensive set of plugs I have ever completed. Thanks for the challenge James. Enjoy Sir.
DAILY PIC: Abelardo Morell took this photo of Central Park in 2008 by turning a room in a fancy New York apartment into a camera obscura, projecting the view from its windows onto its back wall. Morell’s huge print of that projection is on display in the Edwynn Houk booth at the Armory fair, and seems to be one of the few works at the fair that acknowledges the social realities of our one-per-center’s art world. This photo, after all, imagined on the wall of a collector’s deluxe apartment, is very much of a piece with the views that the wealthy acquire with their real estate. Morell’s single image does a beautiful job of sandwiching together the physical interior of a posh flat, with its classic Asian carpets and parquet, and the immaterial open space outside it. The image makes clear the extent to which, more and more, the rich have taken possession of a city that the rest of us live in on sufferance. Even Central Park, one of our great public amenities, has been more or less privatized, depending for its survival on the well-heeled members of the Conservancy who – for now at least – have chosen to keep their “backyard” in good trim. (©Abelardo Morell, Boston / Courtesy Edwynn Houk Gallery, New York & Zürich) The Daily Pic also appears at blogs.artinfo.com/the-daily-pic. For a full inventory of past Daily Pics visit blakegopnik.com/archive.