Monday, November 1, 2010
The Red Rocket In Jennings,Louisiana. Located off of Highway 90, me and Johnny (pictured) decided to take a trip to no where down 90 and were surprised that this existed. I love takin those kind of trips, the one where you hop in your car and drive just to go. This day,we decided to go eat there. Its a 30 minute drive from South Lake Charles via the scenic route. We wanted some burgers and shakes. They were sellin welder's caps. I got excited thinkin I could get me one with a big Red Rocket on it, but nope. Just regular ones. This was spring,2010
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
So. Here are some of my art journals. About every other month I lay on my bed with a few of em and flip through them. I love it. They were a bitch to haul, however, when me and my man moved out here. took about three tubs. I also have a collection of mapbooks that I plan on makin into travel journals.
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Monday, August 2, 2010
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
I got these books from various sources in town. I have quite a collection of books waiting to be used. Some are blank, such as these. Some will be altered. I don't really know why I keep journals and shit. I do not plan on having kids. My books will most likely end up in the trash. I get pleasure from holding a super thick,full journal. I draw in mine.I doodle like a kid. I enjoy drawing happy dicks and throw up goats and the like. I take pics of dead rats. All my life, I have been told that I am not an artist. Fuck that shit. I do what I want. One of my favorite past times is visiting the local genealogy library. It serves a place for state history. I love this state. Anyways. The vertical files are the shit. Full of copies of all kinds of old shits. I love taking maps out of the files,foto copying them, and pasting them in my books. I then use these maps and articles for research. Then, I plan my trip. I will upload pics of my travel books once I figure out how to use the damn internet and how to upload more than one pic at a time on my fucking blog.