I’m a little early for month-end favorites, but I don’t want the upcoming week to get away from me. (It’s Sunday afternoon and I already know next week will be hectic. Don’t you hate that?) Anyway, here are few simple beauty items I’ve been enjoying lately.

NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer - My favorite concealer for under eye and redness around my nose.

Clinique High Impact Extreme Volume Mascara - A friend recommended this and I love it. It’s great for length and holding a curl.

Anastasia Clear Brow Gel - I’m finally convinced that not all brow gels are created equal. Totally worth $22. 

Dior Nail Glow - I had this on my wish list for ages and finally splurged with a Sephora 20% off discount. With one coat, my nails look brighter and healthier - pinks pinker, whites whiter and all that jazz.

NARS Matte Multiple in Altai - One word: contour. 

Dior Contour Lipliner Pencil in Grege - I’m a big fan of the Grege lipstick as well, but I’ve been wearing the pencil a lot by itself lately. Probably because I can eat and drink all I want and it won’t move.

NARS Lipliner Pencil in Borneo - A brown-ish, less pink version of Dior Grege. Always a favorite and I’m sure I’ll wear it even more in the fall.

gregings​ said: I think I agree with this sentiment. At least the second part. Owning art doesn’t make it belong to you. Spending time with it (or its surrogate) and developing a relationship with it does. In this respect Tumblr sucks. Too much too fast.

There is a few questions to be had from reading Haacke’s work… pertaining to Tumblr itself, maybe… How does a user interact with something after they reblog it to their own page. Does the process lend itself to this type of ‘enjoyment’? Then… how often is a user reblogging something for themselves versus reblogging for the enjoyment of others. Is this enjoyment and engagement with art equal between viewing it in a digital space and a traditional exhibition space, or is it unequal? I don’t know either. 

Haacke was an artist himself, so his perspective is interesting to take in.  

gregings asked:

Very nice work. Glitch poetry. Keep it up.

thank you for that fine compliment, Greg!! 

i’m clicking on your site and expecting something good, after that comment. 

i’m flipping through your site and remarking to myself…damn! you have a wonderful grasp of so many different styles. 

and now i’m digging through your site and taking notes. class is in session. thanks again for dropping a line. ++

anonymous asked:

Ego vicinus habitaveris emisit. Sic autem hoc in patria lingua orare pro grege hominum. Albam multi putant non elit. Ista fere antiquis culturae nostrae. Nemo melior. nec tu es quam ego tu altiorem intellectum. Sum meum. omnes nos humana. Omnibus terris vivere mererentur. Omnes nos habitatores. Nos omnes merentur terra et opes sunt. Placet causam ponere uerba uestra, non iam mouentem ditus. Tace, amica/us.


Goofy creation x 1979co.

Vintage twill cap.

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I’m not one to blow my own trumpet, and this is probably more in the order of wheezing into a Christmas cracker kazoo anyway. But another one of my illustrations has been selected to appear in the Society6 shop. I know, I’m giddy too.

I only get a decent cut from print sales, but… No, there isn’t a but really. Buy prints, make me happy. Buy the other stuff AS WELL though, I’m cool with that.