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Today the Department of Marvelous Makeup pays a visit to London-based hair and makeup artist Laura Jenkinson, who has fun using her talents to transform her own lips into playful depictions of all sorts of pop culture characters, ranging from Shrek, Mr. T and Cartman to a host of Looney Tunes and Disney characters. We love how she even turned herself upside-down to accommodate the long face of Wallace from Wallace & Gromit.

Follow Laura Jenkinson’s Instagram account to see many more of her creative cosmetic transformations.

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☂ MARY POPPINS the musical: All the London + Broadway + UK and US Tour + My favourite foreign Mary’s.

Laura Michelle Kelly: Original London Cast + Broadway
Scarlett Strallen: London + Broadway + Australian Tour
Lisa O’Hare: London + UK Tour + Australian Tour

Ashley Brown: Original Broadway Cast + US Tour
Caroline Sheen: UK Tour + US Tour
Steffanie Leigh: US Tour + Broadway (last Mary!)

Rachel Wallace: US Tour + New Zealand Tour
Madeline Trumble: US Tour
Verity Hunt-Ballard: Original Australian Cast + Australian Tour

Noortje Herlaar: Original Dutch Cast
Bianca Marroquín: Original Mexican Cast
Annemieke Van Dam: Original Austrian Cast


After Our Bodies Meet reviewed in the Huffington Post Art Section

”This month, a group of queer feminist artists is tackling a subject that’s as relevant to the pioneers of second-wave feminism as it is to the riot grrrls and intersectional feminists of today. “After Our Bodies Meet: From Resistance to Potentiality” will gather together works by contemporary artists who challenge the “body oppression” of yesterday and today. From Tee Corrine’s “Cunt Coloring Book,” published in 1975, to Chitra Ganesh’s 2013 prints of dramatic, Bollywood-esque scenes, the survey aims to connect decades of narratives about sexuality, power and body politics.

The collection of mixed media projects is pointedly multicultural, as Zanele Muholi portrays black queer communities in South Africa and LA-based Heather Cassils reflects on his experience as a transgender man. Sophia Wallace reintroduces audiences to her CLITERACY project, throwing phallocentric readings of art and science to the wind. Chris E. Vargas, Allyson Mitchell, Catherine Opie, Cathy Cade and Laura Aguilar join the ranks as well, amounting to a group show that references the concerns of early feminists bottled up in the language spoken by contemporary, politically-charged figures today.

"If we can’t use the historic language of art because so much of it is misogynous, what language are we supposed to use as women artists?" Chicago continues in the same Gadfly article. "If we can’t use the female body, for example, because there is such a thin line between representation and colonization, then what are we supposed to do? To build a new language, that’s a big job."

The show, curated by Alexis Heller, is on view at New York’s Leslie-Lohman Museum until August 3. If you’re not lucky enough to be in the area, check out a preview of the exhibition below.”

Full article:

Leslie-Lohman Museum
26 Wooster Street 
New York, NY 10013 
(Between Grand & Canal)

12-6pm, Tuesday-Sunday
12-8pm on Thursday 
Closed: Mondays and all major Holidays

Admission to Leslie-Lohman Museum is Free

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I’m heading to the post office tomorrow to finally mail these out. If you would like one, please paypal 2$ to , and either message me your mailing address on here, or e-mail it to . If you want yours shipped out my tomorrow please message/email/pay me no later than 11 PM Monday (tomorrow/technically this morning).

I haven’t received the tapes yet, I will be sending them out with the second issue (and will hopefully have them by then).


with pictures of Title Fight, Balance and Composure, Basement, Bang Bros, Tigers Jaw. Interview with Back to Back records and Bang Bros.

The tapes not been sent out to Robbie yet so these will ship hopefully in two weeks or so.

Any questions, drop me an ask.



Ok. we’re having some issues with the big cartel. I apologize that some of you made payments up to two weeks ago and that these haven’t been shipped. Life has been extremely busy and I planned on being able to send these out tomorrow, however bigcartel is being wonky right now so if you ordered one off the bigcartel site, just leave your address in my inbox. Hopefully this junk fixes itself. Also if you haven’t, order a zine! Still have a bunch left over. Laura and I just started working on the second issue so be on the look out for that one! I wanna get these off my damn hands.

Also I’ll have whatever leftovers at the show Saturday if you want one. Just bring 2$. Gotta pay for the subway yakno.

On the fifth anniversary of DFW’s death, a quote from one of my favorite essays by him that pulls together, in a very David Foster Wallace way, David Lynch and Laura Palmer and our own sad human muddiness:

This is what Lynch is about in this movie: both innocence and damnation; both sinned-against and sinning. Laura Palmer in Fire Walk With Me is both ”good” and “bad,” and yet also neither: she’s complex, contradictory, real. And we hate this possibility in movies; we hate this “both" shit. "Both" comes off as sloppy characterization, muddy filmmaking, lack of focus. At any rate that’s what we criticized Fire Walk With Me's Laura for. But I submit that the real reason we criticized and disliked Lynch's Laura's muddy bothness is that it required of us an empathetic confrontation with the exact same muddy bothness in ourselves and our intimates that makes the real world of moral selves so tense and uncomfortable, a bothness we go to the movies to get a couple hours’ fucking relief from. A movie that requires that these features of ourselves and the world not be dreamed away or judged away or massaged away but acknowledged, and not just acknowledged but drawn upon in our emotional relationship to the heroine herself—this movie is going to make us feel uncomfortable, pissed off; we’re going to feel, in Premiere magazine’s own head editor’s word, “Betrayed.”

—”David Lynch Keeps His Head,” 1995

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