What I've been up to...

Test Run

here's a crappy video of it.

Sneak Peak..

..of a new project I'm working on! yayayayeaah

eat dirt.

..pic I took of my pet a while back.

heart burn

This is what we do when we get bored.

(music and video by lindyloo)

Lindychopstix and her flower Buds. take twoo

..video and tunes by lindyloo

Switching places

So, had a photo shoot the other day for Japanese Glamour magazine, 'Glamourous'.  Let's just say I'm glad that this is not what I do for a living.. Like the hubbs does.  I feel so awkward behind the camera to say the least.  At least the girls were so nice and really fun. Thanks to my sis, assland. I could not have done it without her help.. or her head piece.  Love ya, sis.

Danny Roberts


...no time for painting ..or drawing .. or makin stuff.  I still have the creative buggs flyin through me, thoo.  Maybe in a few months I'll find more time.. 

Pop 'A Wheelin..

Snapped a few photos while soaking up the sun today..  Bought a 5 dollar pool from walmart, some bubbles and we're happy campers.  

Carol Hopper and her Mugshots

I was browsing through etsy and came across this lady and her shop.  I really like her story and her drawings are rad.. They're all original pencil drawings inspired by a circa 1920's mugshot.  It is drawn on a recycled tissue paper overlay from a 1926 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica. 

Here's her story off her Etsy:

About Carol Hopper

My work focuses on the everyday, ordinary - people and things overlooked and forgotten. A simple pencil, the artist's most basic tool, is never far from my hand. 

Based in my hometown of Las Vegas, I have been a self-taught, working artist for over 25 years. In 2009, the economic collapse cost me my business, my jazz musician husband's livelihood, and ultimately our home. Homeless for two years, we bounced around from friends, relatives, and cheap motels. Whatever our living conditions I never stopped creating my art. The hardships of the past few years have given me an intense empathy for the least of us, the down and out, the castaways.My most recent work, the "Just a Number" series of drawings, reflects my firsthand experience at being homeless, humbled, lost and found. 
Check out her shoppe on  ETSY .


by k├Ąthe butcher

Chopstixs Friedegg Fridays

Waking up before the sun even came up, getting donuts and going fishing with my Dad are some of my best memories of growing up..


The girls and I went to visit grams yesterday.  There is something so comforting about her home.  The smell of fresh laundry and stuffed green bell peppers.. she has them waiting for me, pipping hot on the kitchen table as soon as I walk in. No matter how much time passes, her home and her always have stayed the same...  I love that.  She sends you home every time with a bag full of groceries/food she's cooked, 100 photos from the last time you saw her and always seems to slip you a couple dollars, she calls 'chump change'.. marked with your name on it and in a ziplock.

Kris Atomic...

...i love you.  Just discovered Krist Atomic, fashion illustrator.  I like your style miss.