They told me it was only legend but I’ve found it, the mysterious Starbucks punch card! I must use it wisely.
William Albert Allard. The Blues.
I just wrote a gendered art critique of William Albert Allard’s photograph “American Indian Beauty Pageant Winner” for my Art and Gender class and suddenly his gorgeous blues photographs are all over my dash :)
Chinese philanthropic society flea market sale is always the highlight of my term as finals begin to consume me.
One of my favorite Plath poems. I wrote a paper about female mutilation in Greek mythology because of this poem and its connection of Daphne and Syrinx. I was fascinated by the concept of women being transformed into non-human forms and then being used functionally by man.
How this tart fable instructs
And mocks! Here’s the parody of that moral mousetrap
Set in the proverbs stitched on samplers
Approving chased girls who get them to a tree
And put on bark’s nun-black
Habit which deflects
All amorous arrows. For to sheathe the virgin shape
In a scabbard of…
TV on the Radio’s frontman deciphers the hidden language of mixtapes, possible signs of impending breakup, and so much more.
I just want Tunde Adebimpe to counsel me whenever I have problems and give me specific percentages about the probability of things happening.
You may have heard my story, thanks to Anonymous who trended #justice4daisy. I’m not done fighting yet.
I fully support Daisy & you should too
Daisy Coleman is incredibly brave for making a statement like this, her story inspires me and I hope it inspires other victims to keep fighting for justice as well.
Mixed Media Map Drawings by Ed Fairburn
These are fabulous! I’ve seen some really amazing art using maps but I think Ed Fairburn is my personal favorite artist to use maps in their work. THe technique found in these portraits is stunning, the balance of realism and abstraction is impeccable. So much love.
I’m in an art and gender course at UO and two of our readings are about comics and issues of diversity. Scott McCloud excellent explains in comic form the issues of representation and diversity in comics. The second article examines gender stereotypes of newspaper comics. They’re really interesting reads and I’m always for dialogue about comics!