I’ve had this copy of “One Hundred Years of Solitude” since I was in elementary school. After I read it, I knew I wanted to be a writer. I’ve read it at least 6 times since. Today the world lost one of its greatest writers. Gabriel Garcia Marquez changed my life and the way I see the world. R.I.P. Gabo. This shot is for you. #vscocam
1927-2014. Gabriel García Márquez. Rest in peace.
This little lady gave us the scare of a lifetime last night. She was so sick. We had to spend a few hours at the vet while they pumped fluids into her. It was so scary. But today she is on the mend. Thank goodness.
These pets of mine are my world. I love them with all my being even when they are the worst. And as Jack gets older and Alta grows up, I’m becoming aware of how fragile they really are. Even though 5-pound Jack can take down a 90-pound pit bull any day of the week.
They make us really happy around these parts. Yes, even Pancakes the cat.
Also see: really scary post-vet bill. Yikes.
It’s like walking into a painting (at Amsterdam)
Counting down the seconds until I’m walking by these canals.
Deer Bear Wolf Launch Party: May 13 @ The Mammal Gallery
Flyer by Mike Germon
(FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE)
I like the vibes of this flyer by Mike. I feel like I’m traveling through space, on Cosmos’ Ship of the Imagination. I’m really into it.
And you should come to this!
New Domino’s pizza uses fried chicken as a crust
You guys, this may or may not be an amalgamation of all of my favorite things.
No, of course we don’t have a problem with rape culture in this country, why ever would you think that we did?
Last week in Atlanta,
Taylor Green interviewed
artist Nathan Sharratt. (oh hey, CommonCreativ!)
Muriel Vega interviewed
artists and real-life couple Dorothy Stucki and Bo Orr. (oh hey!)
Follow Deer Bear Wolf, guys. Davy is a cool dude, doing cool stuff in this cool city of ours. Also, come to the magazine launch party on May 13 and watch me do my first reading or throw up on stage. Either/or. Place your bets now!
P.S. I also talked to artist Craig Drennen this week about humanity’s demise, curating a new group show and the death of the sun.