a. You OK?
b. Yeah, fine. How about you?
a. Good, yeah. Been up to much?
b. Eh, not really. Just lazing around the ho...
I love this picture of my grandparents, because it's full of love. My grandma died when I was about 3 years old, but I think they would still be in love like in this picture.
***Note, before I start excited rumors, there has been no sort of confirmation that hitRECord will in fact be at Sundance this year. This is just the initial planning for IF we will be there, and t...
This was sort of an idea I had about combining nature with superficiality.
So, here's the cheapest and most natural way to fuller lips... haha. I hope you like it!
The battery's love affair with lighting was electrifying.
After they met he always felt recharged.
( A big thank you to sinnamin for helping me :D )
my voice is a little annoying, the AC is loud, the cats get in the way, I had to fast forward some of it so it wasn't too long, I act like a dork, and I cry toward the end, so yeah, um, enjoy. XD <3
hitRECord to me does what I think is sorely missing from the spirit of what I do.
I work in the traditional Hollywood film industry, working on set mostly. But I started where ...
I feel so proud to have been part of this..it's almost unreal ; w ;
This is a transliteration of “hitRECord” into hieroglyphics. The ancient Egyptians believed that when something was recorded it became part of eternity. They therefore recorded everything like crazy, at least the good stuff…famines, plagues and military defeats, eh, not so much. (On the flip side, if something wasn’t recorded it never “really” happened. Due to this belief they tended to “forget” to record the above mentioned defeats/etc and were also big fans of defacing the artifacts of people they didn’t like, in essence erasing their enemies from existence.). Language was art and art was language. Everything in their art and language had meaning and significance because it rippled into eternity.
Some notes for those who might enjoy it:
Aesthetics were very important to Egyptian writing, more important than spelling and grammar even. Shifting around letters and words to make the writing look pretty was completely acceptable. “Pretty”, in hieroglyphics, meant “in nice little boxes”. I’ve written “hitRECord” vertically because it looks prettier this way.
Egyptian writing left out most vowels so there is no “i”. Signs, in order from top to bottom, represent a courtyard (h), loaf of bread (t), mouth (r), double reed (long e), basket (k), lasso (o), mouth (r) and hand (d). The last sign is called a determinative. Because of all the missing vowels, and the rearranging of letters for pretty’s sake, Egyptians added a type of idea-sign (determinative) at the end of each word that hinted (helped you determine) what word they actually meant. This determinative, a man and woman with three plurality strokes, is used for “community”, “family” and the like.
I think that’s it.
(The gads of extra blue are just to keep this record from resizing into something ten feet long. ;-)
Lana the limping lynx left the lowest level of the last large log house by the lake, learning a little too late that it locked when she did. She lapped the limpid water from the lake, and lifted...
A collection of high-resolution raw footage shots of "RECollection vol. 1" and the rare vinyl RECord.
Some of the shots include:
* Front cover (close-up and with pan ups)
* Title pages of "RECollection"
* The "Again By Heart" page toward the end
* Turning "The Man In the Herringbone Hat" page
* DVD (close-up within the packaging)
* Pan across the first two "Shadow Caste" pages
* A variety of shots of the vinyl
* Close-up of the vinyl cover
* Pan across several of the "A New Hevn" pages
* Close-up of "A New Hevn" logo
Rain slicked rubber soles
My love for you is blind, but my vision is perfect 20/20
You are perfect in every way
I see you through the lens of my camera
Your vision in front of me ...
A song about a one-sided chipmunk relationship. Trying something...err...different!
(Ps. I can upload the non-chipmunk version too if anyone wants!)
Today he wore purple, my favourite shade
And that was my favourite song that he played
I know that he winked at me when he walked by
Although you say it was just dirt in his eye
His friend's sister's boyfriend said my hair was lovely
And that's how I know that he loves me
We're like Romeo and Juliet
And just cos he doesn't know my name yet
Doesn't mean that we're not meant to be
It's so easy to see that he loves me
He wrote me a letter, anonymously
Put it on the internet for all to see
He's so understanding, he knows that I'm shy
You ask why he left out my name – well that's why
He likes to be cryptic, so he writes me stories
And that's how I know he adores me
You gotta look between the lines
He'ssending me love letters all of the time
If you just read the seventh word in every tweet
You'll see that he's swept off his feet
He could call if he wanted, but phones are passe
And, anyway, he talks to me every day
In our own secret code only we understand
Us modern day lovers don't need to hold hands
See he threw a big party and I was invited
So I know that my love's requited
My last serious relationship ended quite badly. He was the first guy to ever tell me he loved me, the first one I ever fell in love with, the first one who made me believe I was actually capable...
This picture was taken at the Masaya Volcano, this is one of the craters, you can smell the sulfur and it's always releasing gases and smoke because is a volcano that is not extinct.
"SootyPaws is just the cat next door and he's in love" -
A perverse new character i've created, who'll soon have some new friends hehe! Hope you enjoy - the humour is dark and weird (so if your easily offended avoid) It imagines life - unapolagetically through the eyes of a cat.
For remixing and collab, id love if folks wanted to have a go making a short 15 second theme song for SootyPaws, that i could use as an intro and outtro!
Not nearly as cute hehe. But here's the sans helium version of my song in case it's useful for remixage. Do sing along or whatever you feel is appropriate :)
While searching rather frantically for something I had misplaced, I stumble into a room filled entirely with drawers. Floor to ceiling, wall to wall, nothing but drawers and cubbies, buckets and...