Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Flowers In The Attic

A collection of random photographs that I've taken over the last year or so.

Sunday, March 22, 2009

The Interweb

senor pheed

I was just minding my own business, checking out all the tweets on twitter and came across this sick post from Senor Pheed. It features six year old Jalen Testerman on the Ellen Show doing some sweet break dance moves. I seriously want to know what crew little man rolls with. To be quite honest, he's better than a lot of fools four times his age and apparently, he hails from The Emerald City; Seattle, WA.


Wednesday, March 18, 2009


"Diekotomy is the marriage of two contradictory parts or opinions."

"The development of the diekotomy brand is the result of ideas unexplored in my everyday design work. As a designer I often find myself doing work for clients that is "safe for the market place." Diekotomy has become an outlet for all of the silly and wacky ideas I have that would never fly with our clients. It is an opportunity to execute ridiculous concepts and sometimes controversial subject matter. The end result is culturally relevant imagery that is presented in a playful and light hearted manner."


Opening Reception, Friday - March 20 @ 7pm
Beats provided by: DJ INTROCUT

Show runs through march 20 - april 16, 2009

Moksha Clothing
4542 university way n.e.
seattle, wa 98105

Tuesday, March 17, 2009


Remember that post I wrote on January 24th about the group photo shoot out in Redmond? Well, yesterday The Strangers SLOG chose a photograph of me taken by Kyle Johnson as the Photo Of The Day.

There are a lot of haters who wrote some really amazingly funny comments. You guys should check it out. Feel free to comment yourself. I hope you guys will be of the opionion that this photo totally rocks!

http://slog. thestranger. com/slog/archives/2009/03/16/flickr_photo_of_the_day

Saturday, March 14, 2009

Henry Darger!!!!!

I watched an amazing documentary about an artist named Henry Darger. The documenter tells how Henry was a large recluse and barely spoke to anyone. After his death, his landlord and neighbors found massive collections of art work that he had made to go along with a novel called The Story of the Vivian Girls. This novel may well be the largest novel ever written! It contains 15,154 pages of single-spaced typed. 

 You guys should go rent this dvd, its amazing!  It's called The Realms of the Unreal. 

Here is some of his art work.


Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Check this out!!!!

The Mighty Boosh is by far the best thing that ever happened to tv and probly to the world too. The two most amazing men in the world have made the funniest tv show ever! I don't mean to diss on Flight of the Conchords but Flight of the Conchords is like a non-alchoholic beer to the Mighty Boosh which is the best tasting drink you ever poured down your sweet throat. Really it makes me sad how many people don't know about the the Boosh in America. In England the Mighty Boosh is a huge sensation. The whole country is hocked on this amazingly psychadelic comedy.

The premise of this series is based on a friendship between two very different kinds of people. Howard Moon and Vince Neor. Howard is a deep and brooding man reseling with deep problems and thoughts. He is obsessed with Jazz and Hamlet and is always making up stories to make himself seem like a bold and likeable character when really he is rather pathetic. Vince on the other hand is a simpleton who loves bright colors and soft fabrics, rock and roll and anything to do with himself. He has a shrine to Mic Jagger and the only way to really count on him following through on anything is to have him swear on his lord Jagger. The show often has grand monsters or creatures they have to battle or some magical spell gone wrong that they must fix.

In every episode there is a song or a crimp witch is like a song but even better. In the second season there is a talking moon that pops in for random monaloges throughout the episode. All and all the show is a absolute pleasure to watch!





p.s. you can rent the seasons from scarecrow and watch them on your computer in region c two coding.

Sunday, March 8, 2009

Aloha Terrorist

If you failed to catch the Aloha Terrorist show at Moksha, you sure did miss out! The show was based around a painting entitled, Romantic Misunderstandings, which began with just a head floating in outer space. Mary and Rob (the married duo known as Aloha Terrorist) researched be-headings and found many legends about St. Valentine. On February 14 around the year 278 A.D., Valentine, a holy priest in the days of Emperor Claudius II, was executed.

"Under the rule of Claudius II, marriage was outlawed in Rome to make it easy for soldiers to join the army. A lottery of names gave the men a new lover each year. Valentine, a leader in the underground Christian movement, performed marriages in secret. When Claudius II discovered this he had Valentine beaten, beheaded, and his head served to Valentine's blind lover." - from AlohaTerrorist.blogspot.com

For more photos from this event, visit the Moksha myspace: photo album

Friday, March 6, 2009

JUST IN: Subconscious Tees for the Gents

Small preview from the Subconscious shipment.
Many styles/sizes are limited in quantity!
All priced at $26

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Never Too Late...

So last year, we had a little surprise birthday party for Aleph.
Here are a few pictures from the lovely little affair...

-I'm always too busy to post photos immediately after events. I promise, I will get better at this.

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

DIRT: Eat it today.

"DIRT is a Seattle-based art, music, fashion and photography quarterly. Created and run by two high school juniors (Anna Ryon and Tania Butterworth), DIRT gives exposure and a voice to emerging and young local artists and musicians." Pick up your copy today from local record shops, boutiques and more. Moksha has a couple of outfits featured in the fashion spread and Hilary Harris (featured artist in the Moksha Gallery for Dec '08/Jan '09) is also featured in the current issue. Oh yeah, I almost forgot to mention that it's FREE.

more info: DIRT magazine online