novice Buddhist, expert neurotic. writer. aspiring adult.
sophcw at gmail dot com
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Wow, all these photos from Market Hotel are pretty amazing. I still can’t really believe no one lives there anymore.
PLASTIC HOLOGRAM EYE CHARM NECKLACE, $36 (shipping included)
Super rad plastic green/yellow hologram eye charm with a black speckled gold background on a vintage 26” diamond-link brass chain!!!
Email sophcw at gmail dot com with link to piece for orders or use ask box!
Just added A BUNCH of stuff with prices to my jewelry blog! Follow it if you haven’t already and BUY SHIT FROM ME!!! <3 <3 <3
GOING TO GEORGIA CHARM NECKLACE
“i’ve got two big hands and a heart pumping blood and a 1967 Colt 45 with a busted safety catch
the world shines, as i cross the Macon County line, going to Georgia”
Shitty photo but SO EXCITED THIS WORKED OUT!!! If you can’t tell, there’s a pistol, two hands, a centered heart and on the far left a tiny engraved Georgia charm. All charms and the chain are brass. This is the prototype but I hope to do a lot of these for a variety of different songs. Psyched!!!
Today I went and bought a bunch of awesome jewelry making supplies and started my new jewelry design blog (the name is a CFTPA reference). I’ll be taking orders directly through there. I am specifically very excited about my song-themed charm necklace/bracelet ideas, and this is my first one. Follow me!
hai. im molly. i make jewelry and other cool stuff (like this hand chain!) and i have one very stupid tuxedo cat.
Hey all, this is my best friend and roommate. She makes really effing awesome jewelry and she will make it for YOU for a LOW LOW PRICE!!! She put a few things up but you should follow her because much much more goodness is yet to come. Who knows, maybe I will get up on my jewelry game and sell shit on there as well. If nothing else, click through for some really dumb pictures of my cat Annie. <3
I’m doing social media/blogging for this microstorage start up called Boxbee. It’s currently in SF and maybe coming soon to a city near you…. follow their Tumblr or like them on FB if you’re into design/DIY stuff/apartment stuff.
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When it comes to video games, the feminist-led DIY scene is probably the most important thing happening in game culture right now. Thanks to accessible, cheap or free tools, there’s a virtual flourishing of games made about personal experiences, by talented artists and by everyday people taking game-making into their hands for the very first time. The fact we basically have a Riot Grrgrrl movement in games now as a response to the historical oppression of women in our space is one of the things keeping me going. Culture reacts; this is culture.
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There weren’t enough places out there that were just small," Yoni says. "Small enough to where you could go play your first show and it wouldn’t feel awkward, but also small like we could pack it out and make a 100-person show feel like the craziest night of your life. We didn’t need a space to show what we were capable of doing. We needed a space so that what we were capable of doing could cater to everyone else’s needs.
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Favorite Montreal Venue
My friend Matthew Duffy’s apartment. Since last summer, it has become this late-night party/show space; all kinds of completely weird things have happened there. They use whatever home stereo speakers are around, and Duffy does his own spoken-word ranting and sells alcohol out of his own bar setup. He sleeps in a chair in another room, which is covered in gold wallpaper with all these little eyeballs. There’s a fridge that’s not been plugged in for months and is rotting. The entire place was designed as this B-movie horror set. There’s almost blood coming out of the walls. You’re playing in a tiny room, 20 people can fit, but people pack into the hallway. It’s in an apartment building, but, strangely enough, no one has ever complained about the noise.
A main part of why spaces like that are so important is that anybody can play there, and it isn’t premised on having some special status. That’s when people can actually feel like they’re sharing a moment with you, instead of like they’re coming to see a traveling attraction.
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