30 October 2010


Well, I made it another year.
Cheers that.

28 October 2010

The World Outside Exists

...but I'm not aware of it
Still ensconced in the land of make believe.
Wallenberg opens Saturday.
Which also happens to be my birthday.
I plan on getting a bit into my cups and
possibly hitting on some actors before
dragging myself onto Metro North back to
the city at one am. This show will conclude
the nine shows in three month spree.
Not sure what is next.
I'm sure some sleeping in is involved.

Still need a Halloween costume...
I'm thinking Mummy.

Quelques Photos...
Adorable, non?

Near the Flat Iron Building

Southern comfort dinner of Veuve Cliquot and Popeyes at 2am.


At work during Technical Rehersal at Wallenberg

Waiting for the train in Harlem

Night falling on the Upper East Side

An A for effort

The awesome Hobnail glass I did not buy last weekend at the flea market

24 October 2010


William Holden

20 October 2010

Films: The Others, Alejandro Amenábar (2001)

La Moustache

Someone in the Cit has been going around writing moustache
on adverts and movie posters in a lovely curling script.
I became inspired and added a moustache to a drawing.

That is all the drawing I've done.

My days are spent in dark rooms playing make believe.
Expensive, high end make believe.f

14 October 2010

13 October 2010

Evenements Recents

One day,after buying a steel bar cart
at a flea market and wheeling it
20 blocks to another flea market
my dear friend Leah and I
waited 2 hours for a van cab
to appear. Specifically, an empty
van cab, unfilled with single
costumed people from Comicon.
While wrestling it into the back
of the van, the silvered glass
top toppled to the street, simultaneously
shattering and freaking out the driver
who demanded we remove oue cart and let
her get on her way to pick up
some solitary superman somewhere else.
This is where we decided to suck it up and
haul our dear meter high by meter wide
cart into the subway. During rush hour.
This is what my life has been like
for about two weeks.

I've also become aware that I'm on
a new diet that involves
walking 80 blocks a day and
eating one high calorie meal a day
with several cups of tea.

and now...Pictures.

The aforementioned bar cart.

The old Shake Shack in Madison Park.

Diet food.

Moet & Chandon with Moroccan street fare.

Very attractive gay nerd on N train.

The best Antique shop in Chelsea, Olde Good Things.

the screaming installation.

Turntable goodness

The Cinderella Table

Got Pork Slapped at Rudy's

Opening night of Love Divided at Theatre Row.
Joel Gray attended wearing a red D-Squared Blazer and cargo pants.

A T-shirt illustration for the It Gets Better campaign.

Vintage Italian guns at Wallenberg rehersal

Glow Vigil for Gay Suicides at Washington Square Park.