Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?
You know when you meet people and you wonder if they’re dead behind the eyes? You know, like they’re pretty much a mere shell of a human that once was. Well I have and I think I’ve discovered a solution!
Next time, instead of being a judgmental douche bag why not Ridley Scott them and give them a Replicant test and find out once and for all if they’re a robot… because it’s probably not boring run of the mill po-faced narcissism but in fact the latter, robots.
The aesthetics are always on point with yeezy; need I say anymore about this fantastic piece of art.
This is a short film that I wrote called ‘The Archivist’, directed by James Lees and produced by Warp Films/BBC. Watch it if you like. Don’t think I’ve posted it before. Sorry if I have.
THE LETTER, BY SOLANGE AZAGURY-PARTRIDGE
This is one of the most original, attention grabbing and character giving ways to display a collection; not that this jewellery (or designer) lacks any of that.
Decadence, lovers, fancy living quarters and an estranged husband I ditch in favour of my heels and ‘look how fucking amazing I am’ Jewellery. Yeah, definitely the life I wouldn’t mind having.
Thandie Newton showcases this amazing display of opulence in this short film ‘The Letter’; even if you aren’t a fan of jewellery design you’d be hard pressed to not even be a little in awe of Solange’s range. If you’d like to take me shopping at her new flagship store in Bond Street I will treat you to a hug and refer to you as ‘ledge’ on a regular basis (the highest form of praise). Thank you please. x
SCOTT PILGRIM VS THE WORLD
Out August 13th with Video Game release soon after. I think I just wet myself.
Staring Michael Cera and a whole host of awesome. The gist can be gained and is all explained in my post below and also by the following phrases…
MY PANTIES ARE A TAD MOIST WITH GLEE
MARRY ME MICHAEL CERA.
As you know, I’m an avid reader… Recently I realised (please see 1st post) that I take period novels far too seriously. Fast spiralling out of control, my mind is beginning to take a turn for the worst as it desperately searches for a world where chivalry, manners and dramatic displays of love are common place in affairs of the heart… I live in the 21st century and hang around with ‘urban’ trendies… Jane Austen, Henry James and Thomas Hardy are NOT common place here. To ensure I don’t ruin my life perspectives since my joke about becoming a post modern version of Dickens’ Miss Haversham is actually making me jaded in real life, I figured it was about time for a change in literature. COMICS!
I’ve appointed the coolest geek I know as my mentor for my first jaunt (excluding the comics I read when I was younger) into the comic book world; as advised by him, I’ve been directed straight to the Scott Pilgrim Volumes, a comic bookseries by Bryan Lee O’Malley intended to consist of 6 volumes.
Brief synopsis: Scott is a 23 year old scrub; he plays bass guitar for an OK band (Sex Bob-Om) and is hung up on an ex girlfriend and dating a 17 year old knife wielding love sick maniac… till he meets Romona Flowers in subspace. He later on pulls a fiery sword out of his chest in a bid to defeat one of her 7 evil exes, exes who all have to be defeated before he can date her. Confused? good, it’s incredible.
Unpredictable, amusing and peppered with immense black and white animation throughout, if you’re after a change from your comfort zone I’d pick up Scott Pilgrim, it will surprisingly keep you glued with tactful cliff hangers that keep you salivating for the next installment. Book 6 and the last- Scott Pilgrim’s Finest Hour is set to be released July 20! CAN. NOT. WAIT.