Tuesday, 24 November 2009

Museum of Everything

To the guy on the vespa coming out of the Museum of Everything after the film. If you were to have a child yourself, it might teach you that there is more to life than hair gel and your next soy latte.
I apologised once, twice for any noise my child might have made (he slept through most of the film) and had only asked a few questions. The film was free to the public. But you kept on going after my apologies. What did you really want? Choke on your skinny soy latte asshole. Missing debate club?
Otherwise, the Museum is very nice indeed. And an interesting film about Seraphine, the naive painter.

Monday, 26 October 2009


Recently, large bowls and platters are selling. I have started a cat cup series. Already, three have gone. Taking some china to Spain. Meeting, David and Roser--also Dina and Kfir who have been cycling around Europe for four months now--ready for a rest.

Friday, 23 October 2009

Hello Again

How Lucky. I have not been able to access this site for months.

Monday, 25 May 2009

rough sketch for cones as art

No self-respecting art collector should be without a cone.
I've been in this here tate modern.
I see what you people are into. It like a DIY store in here....yall got bricks, cones, piles of ceeeement, glass cubes ...and little balls all in a row.
I tell you my idea,if ya'll some art....I got some right here. this is a plate with a sea bass on it. Ya'll can look at it and say...Hey, that's a sea bass.
This here is a cone. But it ain't no ordinary cone..no not at all. It's usually on the road for directing traffic as to where not to go.
However, I have rescued it and given it a new life.
First of all, I find it very useful for cone dancing. Cone dancin a new thing. Like mobile pole dancing. Ya'll can twirl around it and even sit on it. But the ones I've sat on, they go for more money.
I'm figuring to have a show of cones. They all orange usually, but I'm painting them up in different colours...just like ipods. And then, just to be modern, I'm gonna line them up in a row...all mysterious like. Like a family of cones...a series.