A WRITHING SACK OF WEASELS, ART, PHOTOGRAPHY, ILLUSTRATION, QUOTES, & POETRY THAT I FIND F@CKING F@SCINATING.
FOR SALE, a set on Flickr.hey there. i’m going to throw these up one more time. i’ve had a hard time since moving out of my former residence in order to reclaim the 3 cats that my ex-girlfriend owned after she died a year ago. i am employed full-time as a screen printer, but that position is shaky right now because my car died (battery/alternator) and i don’t have the funds to fix it. add to that that my cell doesn’t work due to non-payment which means it’s almost impossible to coordinate a ride to/from work unless someone comes through on the other end… which hasn’t happened yet.
Happy 90th Birthday, Doris Day! April 3, 1924
"The X-Ray Fiend", 1897
Tom Green and Laura Bayley in George Albert Smith’s The X-Ray Fiend (1897). More about Smith, a pioneer of modern “Film Grammar”, film editing, close-ups and a color film process known as Kinemacolor, can be found here, Though Smith is virtually forgotten today, his innovative filming techniques were adapted by such luminaries as D.W. Griffith - to great effect.