Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Strange Days and Zombie Chickens...

Hello Lovelies!

I hope today finds you all doing well. I've been busy as usual over here in the Mill Tower my Pretties. First, I got the most hilarious blog award ever today from my friend over at The Clay Muse. The Zombie Chicken Award is awarded to "bloggers who regularly produce content so remarkable their readers would brave a raving pack of zombie chickens just to read their inspiring words." Hahaha. Oh my goodness that's rich. I love it. Thank you Clay Muse!

I have listed some new photos in the shop that are taking it back to the darker side of Stapelia folks. I've played the bright, carnival, cartoonish bit for awhile and now, it's back to graveyards and fortune telling magicians. The three photos below are entitled Dinoil, Ask Alexander and Beckoning. I hope you like them. They're really beautiful in person.





And, I have found a wonderful shop on Etsy that I wanted to share with all of you. The Handsome Panda has the most covetable little charms featuring vintage figures and animals and whatnots. This one is a particular favorite, called Meditating Gnomie... needless to say. Love it!



I would like to wrap up with another vintage movie review. We're going to do Sci Fi (I use this term loosely) this go around. If you haven't seen Barbarella: Queen of the Galaxy with Jane Fonda, you need to go out and see it once you finish this paragraph. This movie is one of the best corny sci fi sex flicks I've ever seen. Wonderful costumes, plenty of sexual puns, and a blind angel with a gun up his loin cloth, this movie rates 5 corn cobs out of 5 folks. Check it out!


Until next time: unpleasant dreams!

5 comments:

Cloud Nine Creations said...

Great prints!! Love the dinosaur one...

cabin + cub said...

I haven't seen Barbarella yet... and I do love a good campy movie. And how can I resist, now that you mentioned guns and loin cloths! lol!

Audrey said...

Congrats on the award!! That is a fun one.
Have a great day!!

Tessa said...

Great photos! Love your work.

Chrisy said...

Beautiful haunting photos...and thanks for sharin the meditiating gnomie maker..have to go and check it out...