Thursday, December 30, 2010

Heppy Heppy

Hey crazy kids, its that time of year again time of year runs out. Where cult sects prepare for Apocalypse number 2005673, ill fated resolutions like quiting smoking, only sex with woman and learning to water paint are being thought up.

I'm trying ever so hard to come up with a round up my thoughts about the previous year but to prevent an/a "United States of Tara" thing happening to me, I'll pass. What I can say is: heres to a night where 70% of the globe will be boozy freaky trashed in a wave of alcoholic (among others for some) unison and hangovers uniting everyone from all walks of the globe at the toilet bowl.

I recently contributed to helping build a centre for the rehabilitation of child soldiers in Gulu, Uganda. How you ask? well that's when Faith comes in ... no not the spiritual hallelujah Mr Bean-picking-up-a-mint kind, The Buffy character kind. For her 30th Bday actor Eliza Dushku set up a fundraiser with a goal: for the rehabilitation of child soldiers in Gulu, Uganda. I know what I added is just a tiny pebble in the sea but what was that said about throwing a pebble in a pond?? Anyway if you are interested you can find everything over here

okay peeps I'll leave you with a mixtape made especially for tomorrows big partay or chilled evening at home vibes by Tesla Boy. Have a safe one!!!

Tesla Boy New Year mixtape by Antonionni by Tesla Boy

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

SNL Debbie Downer

Debbie Downer from Markusm86 on Vimeo.

This one has the mighty fine funny guys in SNL dressed as go go dancers..

Debbie Downer (SNL 31.16) from Sketchy Wig on Vimeo.

5 RONIN Cover Art

Stunning Cover art by illustrator David Aja for the upcoming 5 RONIN comic series featuring The Hulk, Wolverine, Deadpool, Psylocke(yay!) and The Punisher

"From the very beginning, I wanted to keep each cover down to two colors that identify with each of the five characters” explains artist, David Aja. “We set out to come up with a design that would grab your eyes from the shelves compared to the rest of the covers while keeping uniformity throughout the series and I think we accomplished that here."

read more at Comic Book Resources

Friday, December 17, 2010

What gives you confidence?

I rarely ever am at 100% confidence level, but when I do get the 1UP it would normally be from seeing great work and knowing that I must just get passed the shit that is my inhibition and create, things might not come out as exactly as originally planned but that can lead to some interesting results. I guess that could pour over into other aspects of my life too.

The thoughts that the actors and directors give in this video (filmed at the Toronto Film Festival) are not just limited to their industry I find myself nodding every once in while to what they are saying.

I think this Christmas I would ask for more more confidence, for me it's more practical than a new phone with fart apps.

See all USA TODAY Voices episodes at:

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Mary ate Christmas.

I am a mutant living in a Utopia off the San Fransisco shore
a blonde slayer with one hell of a mouth
a green flippered entertainer pulling the strings
a guy with a family
a kid in a very dangerous boarding school
a record store employee in the early 90's
I am a walrus goo goo gachoo..

These were the kinds of thoughts that were exploding around my brain whilst in the trench's of WWFLU, okay not so much thoughts as bi products of tv shows, comics and music I was running through during my service of sneeze but as anyone knows your brain is not so much brain as it is brange when in the bouts of a SeveralNight Fever (stayin alive, stayin alive). Of course coming out of my first international sicky, I have no purple heart or hero's welcome to look forward to, I have the distinct pleasure of continuing my quest for the ultimate, if any, employment (freelance can only go so far). I guess the funny thing is receiving rejection emails while you're puking your guts out holding a hanky of snoz in one hand and migraine pills in the other..just adds that missing salty dipped cherry, don't you think?

But I digress, that festive thing is upon us once more, you know? Where everything from banks, George Foreman grills and tampons tell you to be grateful for having to spend ridiculous amounts of cash to show just how much affection you have for your loved ones, funny how they tell you after you got the damn gift that "oh you should'nt have" but by then, the second bottle of red has had you reached the star on top of the plastic tree, so whatefs. Good Lord am I going all Grinchy over here?? Not my intention.....

I can say I'm stoked at having my very first actual white Christmas in UK, my sis is having hers in New York, so its an international Neophytou Christmas this year Skypes all round!!

So all ya'll be safe and have a good festive thing no matter how you celebrate it.
(Im thinking virgin alter sacrifices is not a good one)

leaving you with some cool Christmas songs to get yoo in the mood, its a mixed bag but what would a post by me be if not mixed and bagged?

Best Coast and Wavves - Got Something for You by Mtti

Yeah Yeah Yeahs - All I Want for Christmas by Mtti

Alvin and The Chipmunks - The Christmas Song by Mtti

Sally Shapiro - Anorak Christmas (Anoraak XMas Remix) by Mtti

Saturday, November 20, 2010

In a Sundaize

Today could not be a better day for you guys, this post is just packed with stuff. Why? for once in a long time I am happy (it's a rare occasion, lets not dwell on that issue number 20011 volume 6994 too long).

Firstly I want to share these amazing covers for Vmagazine featuring the fantastic actress's Jane Fonda, Susan Sarandon and Sigourney Weaver. I find them all out stunning and classic and Susan's one totally reaffirms my borderline heteroness tendencies.

Photography by Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin

Its refreshing to see talented, mature sexy as hell and kickassable woman on great magazine covers, keep them off the cover of Psychology as well as give the normal twigs 'n sticks a break.

I was going through my files today and came across the piece I did while ago, and stumbled on an earlier stage in creating phase, so I figured why not plonk it up, just for whatever. Looks like it could be part of a promotional image for The Ring: In Space - In space no one can hear you rewind. Its actually mesmerizing tho. I'm chuffed.

And lastly a mega trio of mixtapes from the best DJ's/Producers in the hood yo. Nice tunes to get down to, say if you take a 40 min tube ride followed by an hour train ride ending with a 45 min bus ride home. Story of my life.

Bxentric Radio mix

Anoraak mix for ValerieCollective

Russ Chimes Expressway Mix Pt.2
- his Kelis - Scream remix is off da hook!

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Dream Sequence

“Dreams can come true”
“Sweet dreams are made of these”
“Dream a little dream”

To some these are just lyrics to well known songs that are either radio fillers or karaoke-party-favours-at-dingy-booze-soaked-bars at the edge of town, but to others these are the 1ups for our own adventure we’re on, no not your usual mushroom squashing, potion throwing or thumb numbing game, this is bigger than all of those, for the outcome of this score menu will determine how well we sleep when we’re 6 feet in the ground.

I’m talking about people who ask themselves “is this it?” Sure there’s nothing wrong with answering “yes it is” that’s actually great, I wish I was there, for the peeps (me) who answer: No. a line is drawn to determine those who are doomed to repeat that same question until they’re old, grey and stuck in something resembling a multi-year storyline on Days of Our Lives and the people who hold onto the rails for a ride, that will bring as much downs as it will ups (its a roller coaster people).

I myself have recently made my choice and I can tell you it’s pretty scary (and not David Boreanaz pretty). BUT I know that with all the rejections, anxieties, low self confidence, sketchy judgements, loneliness, lack of sleep, mood swings, wet tissue bonanza Sundays or comfort food frenzies, that this coaster is going forward and that’s something to get out of bed for. Oh and the Bands, Design and Travel opportunities….

I can understand why my Sis digs this song by Alica Keys not just coz she’s actually going to New York but the global appeal it can have on anyone with ambition in their lives, which could mean raising a family to president of South Africa (bad choice but just roll with it).

“I'm going to make it by any means

I got a pocketful of dreams”


Sunday, October 24, 2010

Silent Night Holy Shite!

Screw the fat peadophile in the red suit and didn't Glen Close do us a favour by boiling that acid-multi-coloured-egg-laying bunny freak a while back? There's only one holiday that bastes my lion chops with that just about right mix of savoury chili flavour.


Saturday, October 16, 2010

Friday, October 15, 2010

Swan Song 'n Dance

How amazing are these promo posters for much anticipated (I am!!) film Black Swan, no one knows who created them but are all in awe and you can see why..

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Ménage à Music

It has occurred to me that I have not done a music related post in awhile, which is strange coz the one thing that's keeping me going through all this, is the music (and comics but lets not get technically anal) and boy do I have a surprise for ya'll!!!!!

Some background first courtesy of their Soundcloud account:

"Shiny Disco Club" is a new electronic music label founded in June 2010 by Nicolas Masson & Paul Perrault.....they decided to push this common passion for music further to promote new talented artists. The main style of the label is french disco/house, following great geniuses like Daft Punk, Breakbot or Louis La Roche."

Not only do these guys have amazing taste in music BUT they want to share it with the world too, FOR FREE (((SCREAM)))!!!!!!!!!! The "Millenium Disc" compilation, equivalent to that of a small 3rd world nation, is a delightful disco dimensional dam of greats such as Louis La Roche, Moonchild, Broke One, The Phantom's Revenge, Bit Funk, I could go on but I'm running out of air.

I am truly grateful for this and I bet my lost sanity that you'll be too!!!



you can tell how excited I am for you by the amounts of !!!!!!'s there are in this post
Enjoy the weekend!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Monday, October 4, 2010

Sneak Peak 2: Full Frontal.

This piece was voluntarily made for a section in a new woman's magazine that is coming out over here, unfortunately the people show no exact indication that they will use this in the magazine so I decided to place it on the portfolio piece pile. I learnt a lesson from this which is; stay away from voluntary work.

I also attached two other piece's to this post, so enjoy!!

Friday, September 24, 2010

Lets go to the mall

To tell you the truth, the first season of How I Met Your Mother did not appeal to me what-so-ever and that Ted character bugged the crap out of me, BUT I gave it another shot, and good thing I did coz I just cant get enough of the show, I mean with storylines like "The Sexless Inkeeper" and gags "WHATS IN THA BAAAAAXX, right?" classic relateble comedy, I could even go so far as saying its the Friends of the late 00's, yup I said it and its truth, give it a whirl,

To celebrate the beginning of the 6th season I end off this post with a music video made by Robin during her teen years as a Canadian popstar (I kid you not) this is some good shit right here...

lets go to the mall! from John Everyman on Vimeo.

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Sneak Peak

I'm workin on piece for a womans magazine "pro bono" but anything to spread my legs I mean my creative juices...

Is your curiosity piqued? well you're just gonna have to wait a little bit longer, I'm sure all of you are dying to find out just as much as cults love their Kool Aid. I must say its great to do something proactive and to fall in love with iTunes all over again..not the online store iTunes, my own playlist iTunes. Enjoy your Saturday.

Friday, September 3, 2010

Stan da Man

So I recently discovered a logo comp taking place, the brief: create a logo for the Stan Lee Foundation!!! In case you've been living under a rock since you were half egg half sperm, Stan Lee is the man who created X-Men, Hulk, Spider-Man etc, basically my real Super Hero. I stopped everything I was doing(nothing) and put together something.

The idea behind it was to change this:

into this

Option 1:

Option 2:

The concept behind my logo is basic, I used font stemming from Letterpress and brought it together to form a shape of a book, the dot between the Stan and Lee is a nudge to the old way comics were printed, I used bright colours just to created the vibrant feeling art and literacy should give you.

I know that its a one in a million chance but at least I tried yo.
check out the rest of the entries here.
and if you actually care about stuff, other than watching oranges fart out their mouths in Jersey Shore, see what the Stan Lee Foundation is all about here

wish me luck!!

I tweeked with it a bit and added the departments in which they deal with.

Option 1:

Option 2:

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

It's Kylie AGAIN!!! just jokes its a real post..

I promise this post will not be about Kylie and guarantee that it will be about me ranting, sounds fun, right? Even as I type the Beachball of death is rotating at great speeds to catch up with the excitement. It pains me to say but my .Mac has aged a lot since we first touched keyboards those many years ago - 4 to be exact..whats that in Computer…20000 years?

Its pretty difficult coming up with new material when basically I could just repost last years September one and replace SA with UK, but I guess that’s the difference knowing that I’m here and doing something makes it a 1 up as opposed to a level down. Of course the mind is another mechanism unto its own, trying to filter all the anxiety and emotional rollar disco’s, tends to leave me with little sleep and dreams of CV ripage from interviewers and defecating Scooby Doo cameos…. But it could all be just me..who knows??

I find the unlimited Cap full of unlimitless comfort eg:

Milli Vanilli - Girl You Know It' True
Uploaded by scott_tenorman. - Explore more music videos.

yeah, makes the blues more bearable.

Hopefully I’ll have good news very soon, hold thumbs for me…...seriously hold thumbs.

PS: A shout out to my papa who's birthday is today!! whoop whoop!

Friday, August 27, 2010

Get Those Chairs Outta My Way!!

It was 2001 on a post Matric trip to somewhere past Atlantis on the Cape Coast where I discovered my love for Kylie and still going strong nearly 10 years later. Check her add her stuff to the Yank ripp off of Britains got talent.. Get Those Chairs Outta My Way!!

Sunday, August 22, 2010

The Mind Wonders

A message to my sis. Sometimes I wonder my own sanity..

yes that would be my mom commenting..

Thursday, August 12, 2010


So I've Scooby fan for as long as I've been a comic fan, from time to time I catch up on all things Scooby, like there's a new series on Cartoon Network called "Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated", where (get this) Shaggy and Velma are going steady! Crazy. Anyway, also in my geeky way I checked out some of their movies, there's another live action one where its a prequel on how they all met, its lame but the guy who plays Shaggy is cute (22 year old legal) eye candy, if you get past the "shaggy" voice attempt. But I digress, the point of this post it to show you this really awesome animated intro to one of the Scooby movies, its quirky illustrated style and nice quick mini-story plot is presented well against a folkish 60's music background (Dug the dance scene)

(Unfortunatly imbedding is not available so you'll have to watch it on Youtube.)

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Crisp Design

I sense a movement stirring from the North, the winds of change are coming and riding them is Filtered Design. Of course its not an actual name for a branch of design but its a term I've given to any packaging, layout, art piece or bus stop sign, that have done away with collages of WHAM BAM slogans and rainbow on steroids coloured imagery.

I'll give you an example:

This by far, stood out from all the other crisp packaging on the shelves and check out how they dealt with the variants:

and look at this breath of fresh air from a least expected place, retro inspired packaging General Mills went through last year:

If any of you guys have any other examples I would looooove to see...

Saturday, August 7, 2010

Why didn't you call me??

Dear Diary

Why don’t you ever reply to me? I have a feeling this is a one-sided relationship, do you get a kick out of my misery and pain? I can just see it now, you reading out my woes to your friends while smoking joints and watching porn. Does it make you happy knowing that I’m not going through life all breezy, care free and full of sparkle. You know what you can go and screw yourself really. I might as well pay a hooker coz A: I wouldn’t waste time forming complete sentences with structure and accurate spelling and B: I get something out of it.

So “Diary” go do whatever it is you do, which is lay in someone’s underwear draw being used only for the sole purpose of other people puking their lives into your insides. While you lay there taking it like the bitch you are. Ha ha ha.

Phew that makes me feel a lot better. Thanx for the vent


Dear Matthew

F%^&* YOU!!!


Thursday, August 5, 2010

Wednesday, July 28, 2010


“After believing she spotted her son in a travelling caravan, a distraught mother returns to the island of El Hierro, where son disappeared three years previously.”

I recently watched this film, which is categorized under Horror but I found it more along the lines of; a visual account of denial, grief and acceptance, the only horror, which can be related, is the fear of losing someone you love.It is a haunting piece where my eyes were competing with Victoria Falls at the end. Honestly acted, Beautifully scored, jaw dropping locations and AMAZINGLY art directed.

HIERRO TRAILER from Gabe Ibañez on Vimeo.

This piece by Zacarias M. De La Riva who scored the film, to me best represents the movie.(if for some reason it doesnt show just click here to go directly to the page.)

Zacarias M. De La Riva - Bathroom by Mtti

Monday, July 26, 2010

Eye Candy

I first came across the work of Will Cotton when I was lost in the set design of the new Katy Perry song California Gurls" (must admit its kinda catchy so sue me), turns out he art directed it, researching a bit further I discoverd his paintings and fell in love. He even opened a pop up Bakery to further the experience of his work. Check out his website and view the "California Gurls" music vid

Katy Perry ft. Snoop Dogg California Gurls (HD)
from sebk on Vimeo.

Sunday, July 18, 2010




(gayer, gayest)

Datedlight-hearted and carefree:

"Kylie and the Scissor Sisters had a gay of a time at Glastonbury 2010"

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Simply Slashing

Due to the overwhelming support in response to the "Super' post recently, Caitlin. I have decided to utilize my mutant abilities of not giving a fuck, coz I'm just too busy getting blown away by this awesome producer called Jumping Back Slash. He's making SA beats to the next level yo, I'd like to think of it as the progression of the Kwaito and house music coming out of the country in the 90's, groups like; Bongo Maffin, Boom Shaka, Abashanti??, Brend Fassie and Arthur etc. Coz for me nowadays Kwaito is the equivalent of an American rap video but with a Mazda parked at a shabeen with bikinis.

So its just refreshing to hear this kind of music being made unfortunately it takes a foreigner to do it but Im not complaining maybe the local "muso's" will take notice and go "oh fuck our music is shit, lets change that." Jumping Back Slash is the perfect combination of African beats, house and a whole lot of appeal.

Have a listen here

and a cool remix he created..

Jade - Don't Walk Away (JBS Simba Zombo Relick) by Jumping Back Slash

Sunday, July 4, 2010


After a very eventful weekend in the city, I was doing some admin(facebook) and had my iTunes on shuffle when up popped a song that makes me ashamed I have never really paid attention to the artist. the man in question is Bob Dylan and the song Times they are a changin" Its quite interesting how I discovered this song and why I was blown away by the excution of where it was used. Theres a reason why it works so well and with that comes a story…

Growing up in small town Benoni, South Africa in the 90's and being gay was hard. I was on the receiving end of insults, taunts, fists(not the porn kind) and spit. I felt my life was robbed of any "normality" because I did not play soccer or hang with the boys, it was lonely and confusing. I had few to turn to my friends were young and my family were going through a troubled marriage. I really had no one, I found myself lying in bed with tears filled with thoughts of just ending it all and asking why me? to the ceiling.

Who knew that one day a cartoon show on K-TV about super hero’s, which resulted in a 18 year old hobby, would be responsible for defining my beliefs and more importantly the man that I am today. I’m talking about The Uncanny X-men.

A bunch of mutants born different from Homo Superior who are feared and hated by the very same people they protect. Over the years of following their exploits, these men, woman, whites, blacks, American, Asian, Canadian, Russians, Germans, Irish, alien, were and still to this day my other family. This family gave me the ability be my own hero and give strength to those who need it.

The ideas of acceptance and fighting for what you believe in, is the same ideas found in Bob Dylans – Times they are a changing. So what a surprise was it when the opening sequence of Watchmen, a movie based on a comic book about super heroes in the 80’s, blasted me with slo motion shots creating a worlds history very close to ours and timeless message in the background. Its sad tho that my X-Men were not present in this but they were there in spirit.

Be a hero, understand, accept, help, change, believe.....

Watchmen - Minutemen intro from José Pedro Gomes on Vimeo.

Wednesday, June 30, 2010


While I'm on this unwillingly social sabbatical life has so elegantly placed me on, I find the net to be a good source of anti crazy. Although I would not mind some "other" stimuli (kept it ambiguous so that people might think anything, like say mince meat pancake sculptures or Twilight book bonfires or new pronoun creations eg Hirm).*Mental note about TwiBonfires for winter.

So I found this:

I love it when someone does something creative with characters from the comics I read. It gives me a warm feeling inside, you know the opposite feeling you get when unexpectedly looking at Hanna Montana printed bed prints or 11 year old bra's.
So this artist Sean Gordon Murphy decided to create a Wolverine alphabet with cameos of Marvels well known and lesser heroes and villain with amazing results.


Find the whole Wolverine Alphabet Gallery here

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Wasn't me...

I suppose many of us know the answer to that question already and for those who don't, I'm sure to redeem your coolness you'll most probably google it, then brag you knew it all along, fuck you wanks!! But I digress, the actual topic of this post is a recent entry into the Kavinsky remix competition currently running on Soundcloud at the mo. Going by the moniker Who Killed Jr? this guy is making waves in the pool with his his Kavinsky - Nightcall remix, so show some support, give it a listen and click the "save to favourites" button. Trust me you will. GO NOW!!!!!!

Kavinsky -Nightcall (Who Killed JR's 1984 homecoming longplay) by Who Killed JR?

Monday, June 21, 2010

Rub her

There are a few things that I'm looking forward to this year, the most important being employment then a boyfriend but I would not bet on any of that just yet, so I'll just settle with a film by music maker Mr Oizo called Rubber. Check out the teazer trailer/soundtrack video...

RUBBER SOUNDTRACK TEASER from oizo mr on Vimeo.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Oh Baby

I love it when my fav DJ's or Bands create chunes, they follow it through to all avenues, like Breakbots - Baby I'm Yours(feat Irfane) music video, it goes so well with the song and beautifully executed. Its has hints of sensuality and sex appeal without big budget controversial-crotch-imagery-that's-so-1980's-Madonna rip off-passe, yes I'm talking about Gaga. The masses can have their fast food videos. I'll have my home cooked goodness anytime. NOW JAM PEOPLE!

Breakbot - Baby I'm Yours (feat. Irfane) - HD from Ed Banger Records on Vimeo.

Saturday, June 5, 2010

The Show Goes On

Sometimes I curse the fact that my secondary mutation is the power over the dramatic, every single thought that goes through my head is accompanied by a trailer, premiere, DVD release then Television screening. I wish I could be more calm and collective and chilled out then maybe some of the choices I make will go in the direction of Academy Awards instead of The Razzies. God knows I cant afford professional help so now I'm stuck in the ticket line, going through the motions hoping one day everything will change from a blue to orange hue, until that day comes I guess its far out metaphors and THE MUSIC!!!!!

A friend of mine (really!) Jumping Back Slash as he states "UK bloke living in Cape Town, South Africa", is producing magic by blending house and kwaito together so awesomely that even awesome is out awesomed. He even put together a mixtape here be sure to give it a listen and his other stuff too. THERE IS HOPE!!!

Sunday, May 23, 2010


Some cartoon songs that have been stuck in mah head for all these yeeeeeaarrsssss

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Shout Out

Currently one of my favourite bands at the moment

Shout Out Louds - Show Me Something New from Ted Malmros on Vimeo.

Sunday, May 16, 2010


So I recently applied for a position as a blogger for a website I follow, the task is to post music and talk about it(PHD level shit). So I didn't get it, which is cool, I wont be jumping off any bridges any time soon. What I find amusing is some of the reasons why an applicant would not be chozen

- Were about the same age as my other writers
- Had a taste in music that was extremely broad
- Had great skill with computing, (programming was a plus)
- Were known around the community
- Commented frequently
- And overall, showed an immense amount of interest.

- Now I know im getting old but when last I checked, music has no age limit or am I missing out on something that only the "younger"generation knows in their vast array of googled knowledge.
- Im just going to copy and paste my FaceBook status on that: "so apparently I dont have a broad taste in music...I could just vomit on the person, at how ridiculous that statement towards me is...unless its poppy shit that is birthed after 27 hours of American Idol labour, then you can drink up my shit and keep walking onto oncoming traffic.. bye bye now."
- Fuck. Having computing skills is everywhere knowadays, one day in the future even studying for a medical degree would having programming as a course subject. Coz lets face it when saving lives computering skills is Superman Level yo!
- Should've made out with more babies, on that one.
- No Comment
- Does this post not show how interested I am?

How does one recover from a character assassination like that, I'll figure it out as soon as I deal with this hangover..better yet let me just keep the hangover, it's less of a mission. Am I bitter? kind of...Am I worried about them reading this? well seeing as Im not well known around the community (14 followers)..meh..

PS: my sis is in Cannes this year(for the 4th time) follow her hijinx here. I guarantee 100% jealously.
PSS: I designed the logo.

Friday, May 14, 2010

ABC Kern.

Great Idea of dumbing down the A.B.C's of F.O.N.T.S



Wednesday, May 12, 2010


I find this very stress relieving, esp at this point in my journey to God knows where;

Sunday, May 9, 2010


So my Birthday came and went, I did absolutely nothing as I cant do anything at the mo, next year I'll make up for it so I celebrate two birthdays in one, WAHOO!!!! DOUBLE HANGOVER!! YEAH!!

There's this interesting article that the lovely Carine posted me in on earlier today, about freelancing design, I added my two cents at the bottom, coz i have been at the receiving end of that discussion and not in the good way. Go here DavidDiary

Friday, May 7, 2010

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Sunday, May 2, 2010


So I've been trying to write about stuff on this blog, but unfortunatly nothings been happening thats remotly hoohaa to me in awhile. I have potential things that could happen, but I'm a firm believer in the power of Jinx. So until those events in question happen, you're gonna have to wait, or look at the pretty pictures I make...

Thursday, April 29, 2010