PACK IT IN
Played around Pine Street all day Friday. . . set off with the intention of taking some photos at a legit old-fashioned photo booth at this used record/book store but discovered it was waiting on refill chemicals from Europe. . .
- Bought a book on Indian Chiefs for inspiration at the used book store
-Used the Recycle North Salvage center as a Playground
-Snooped around some of awesome artists' studios/workshops (totes trespassing)
-Got my favorite Jamaican Avocado sandwich at my favorite sandwich place Four Corners (where i fully documented the formation of a beautiful friendship between a little girl and a topless, somewhat haggared, "my-size" barbie. At one point my friend overheard her whisper "i'm really busy" into the barbie's ear. oh to be that unabashedly imaginative again.)
-Made full use of a real playground down at the waterfront as the clouds rolled in.
-Met up with a couple of lovely ladies at Radio Bean for a late afternoon iced coffee
Aly is wearing a Rackk and Ruin a two tiered necklace i made my her a while back. . . It's a vintage mini lipstick tube with a crystal replacing the lipstick.
I'm wearing a shredded shirt made by awesome Etsy seller Urban Revisions.
Four Corners is filled with amazingly kitsch art, knick-knacks, and toys.
Perkins Pier Park
The Radio Bean
my friends uncle actually made this bag . . . hand crafted it. . . back in the seventies!