Tuesday, June 28, 2011


Potential boutonnieres for the family fellows. DIY Directions here.

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Fools Rush In

Amidst my google search for "veils," I stumbled across this lovely photograph of Elvis and Pricilla Presley. I love it. They look like life size cake toppers, except with a little more emotion. Elvis never lets us down with the hair, it ceases to move mid hip-shake or vow.

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Start Saving Your Change...

By that I mean gold, and valuables. But seriously folks, get your new favorite coffee table read, insight on life, birthday present for a friend, your pen pal's letter filler, your paper towel, dog pee paper (I don't know)...get it Saturday at the Mighty Market. Zine peak three.
a. front.
b. back

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Get Yours...

Sneak zine peak number two... get yours at the Mighty Market this Saturday. Life is about to get mightier.


Sunday, June 19, 2011

Mighty Market

1. Mighty Market #6 is just around the corner. Just in case you can't read the details on that lovely pink number above: June 25th, 4-7pm at Sabi and Friends. Goods, goodies, new, and old, drink-ies, eaties... the best day of your life.

2. Sneak peak- zine page. Get yours 6/25/11.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Home Sweet Apartment

Monday-Thursday: Seattle. Thursday evening: Portland.
Home sweet Portland Apartment.

Bedazzled (Belated)

Thank you Shola.

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Mungo Jerry...For Your Listening Pleasure

The King and I

On my walk home from the grocery I saw a note worthy site. A small boy, no older than two or three years old, dressed as a king. His outfit consisted of a chainmail hood, a red velvet cape (complete with white fur trim), silver boots (to boot), and to top it all off (literally) a bejeweled crown. A sight to behold. Although tempting, I didn't bow, or say anything like "good day, ma lord" or even "govna" (in a cockney accent). For that, I'm surprised I didn't get chased all the way home, by that small king on a horse (by "horse" I mean large dog).

Saturday, June 11, 2011


1.How to Make A Baby Elephant Float - Yo La Tengo

2.Punk As Fuck - American Analog Set

3.Concrete and Clay - Unit 4 + 2

4.Everywhere - Fleetwood Mac

5.Real Love Beach House

6.Baby, let me follow you down- Bob Dylan

7.Razor Love - Neil Young

8.You send-Sam Cooke

9.I Decided - Solange

10.I'm Sticking with You - Velvet Underground

11.Put your arms around me - Jens Lekman

12.Sweet Thing - Van Morrison

13Come Softly To Me -The Chantels

14.I Love You More Than Words Can Say - Karen Dalton

15.Words Cannot Describe -Mirah

16.Love Me - Department of Eagles

17.Rue St. Vincent - Yves Montand

18. You and Me - Penny & The Quarters

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Life's a Beach

Oh hello. We are back from Hawaii with tales to tell. The pictures above tell part of it, but leave out the part about the volcano, sleeping in a van,, and Swimming with the fishes (as in the sea, not a mafia death reference). We ate our fair share of delicious fresh fruit, commenced in ridiculous yuppy hippy sing a long ("yuppy" because their all organic farm was complete with iphones, and "hippy" because "Can't you feel the power of the land Emily? The nature is so powerful, I must go climb a tree."). It only took four days for Alex and I to perfect the hang loose symbol. Now before you get all uppity like "easy, seen it a million times on Gecko brand shirts or whatever" well let me inform you on the big island of Hawaii, there is a certain lackadaisical grace to how the locals do it. Start with the classic "middle, pointer, and ring finger down, with your pinky and thumb out." Loosen your grip, and flash that baby at the cars that pass you by. Want more? Curious what new lingo we learned? Ha-why-in the hell don't I tell you over a drink? Yeah, I went there.