Wednesday, May 05, 2010

The Rogue Taxidermy Kunstkammer

I originally wrote this for Hairroin Salon's Blog titled The Rogue Taxidermy Kunstkammer.

I got an email from Hairroin Salon’s Friend and sponsored artist,
the talented miss Elizabeth McGrath, last night updating me on a few new things that she has going on.

First things first, let’s congratulate Liz and the rest of Miss Derringer on the tour they landed opening up with The Reverend Horton Heat.

Click here for Miss Derringer Twitter, and here for Miss Derringer’s Facebook Page

Also that on Friday May 7th, 8pm-11pm The Minnesota Association of Rogue Taxidermists presents "The Rogue Taxidermy Kunstkammer " at the " La Luz De Jesus Gallery. Liz will have a piece in the show along with many talented artists. Check out this line up:


The Show runs May 7th - May 30th

Click here for the Facebook Event Page

Friday May 7th, 8pm-11pm

This event will include a taxidermy demo, followed by Squirrel Chili. A vegan "Mock-Squirrel" Chili will also be available. Sponsored by Schmaltz Brewing Company.
Saturday May 8th 6pm-10pm

4633 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles CA 90027
Phone: 323-666_7667

* All members adhere to a strict ethics charter. Only animals procured in an ethical and environmentally responsible manner were used, and none of the animals were killed for the purpose of this artwork.
* A portion of the proceeds of this show will be given to a local wildlife rehabilitation center.

Monday, April 12, 2010

Outriding the Rain

Yesterday, a few of the boys and I took a put down to Cook's Corner. It was freezing, and only got colder and colder as the day went on. Just the day before it was perfect weather. 80 degrees and not a cloud in the sky. Sunday? What happened broski? You got all cloudy and freezing on us.

We swung by Lifestyles Customs for a visor, some gloves and a bolt for Ethan's bike that rattled off. Came outside the shop and it was sprinkling with no signs of getting better anytime soon. Dark and gloomy, cold and now raining.

New bubble visor on the helmet worked like a charm. Should have bought one of these four years ago. We all split off to try and out run the rain and go home about 4pm. Sam and I ran 85+ up to LA with the rain gaining on us. Made it home relatively dry. Thanks for making it out boys.

Monday, March 01, 2010

Hairroin Salon: Addicted To Style

My lady's blog is called Hairroin Salon: Addicted To Style, and she is on a show called Shear Genius. See what you think of her photos...give it a classy 5 star rating!

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Screen Shot from Bravo's Shear Genius

Monday, February 22, 2010

40 oz. Coozies

Why did I not manufacture this when I first thought of it? Probably because I was hammered.

But whoever finally did the task is a hero. $8.99. Not bad.

Here is the description off the website for the 40 oz. Coozie with the cigarette and lighter holder:

Back by popular demand we've re-introduced the black-out cozy. They are all-black and come with a smoke-holder and velcro-on lighter holder for easy access to all your vices.

Our flagship product, the 40cozy, was invented out of necessity. One cold December night in Berkeley 40cozy’s two founders were drinking malt liquor on the roof. With their fingers freezing and 40’s getting warm, Carlos became inspired, ran inside and came back out with his 40 stuffed in an oven mitt.

All our koozies feature 40cozy’s trademark handle and are made from high quality neoprene to keep your hands warm and your beer cold.

A project in the works

Last night Jason and I decided to buy a project bike off his boss at work. It's only a frame and a fender at the moment, but will soon be a bad ass bar hopper. I plan on posting pics and commentary while the build goes on. We are picking the frame up sometime this week. Getting pretty stoked actually.

The rain has kept me from doing a ton of riding these past few weeks, and I'm getting the itch for another run. I think it's Freddy's turn to pick a ride, but his leg is broken so I'm not sure if he'll be up to it. Any suggestions on a good ride? A quick two day?

Monday, February 15, 2010

Took a bit of a break there...

I haven't been able to blog on here as much as I would like lately. Seems to be a reoccurring theme actually. I have been ghost writing for a few blogs, and it's really taking a lot of my time up. However, I am learning a bunch which is nice. I am going to be releasing a new blog here pretty soon, that will showcase our photography studio. So that is kind of exciting!

Last night the Tokyo Police Club shot at our spot, which was super dope. Really nice guys, and it looked as though they had an awesome time! So, keep your eyes peeled for that coming up. Other than that, make sure you keep watching my lady on Shear Genius! Hope she wins!

Friday, January 15, 2010

Hell Bent for Pleather! A Crack la Rock Experience

Do you live in Portland? Are you a fan of Crack La Rock? Well, you should at least have said yes to the second part of that question.


There is a show going down…and it’s major. Not major like major league baseball, but super major like “Major Payne”.

Check the even here on the FACE: Hell Bent For Pleather


Date: Friday, January 15, 2010
Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Screaming Sky Gallery
Street: 1416 NE Alberta Street
City/Town: Portland, OR

Gallery Facebook: Screaming Sky Gallery Facebook

And the Screaming Sky Gallery Website

If you are in the area, go. Because it is indeed….GO TIME!!!!

Friday, January 08, 2010

This is a repost, for my good friend...His Name is CracklaRock and he is GENIUS!!

here are quite a few blogs, websites, and flickr accounts that I really like to follow and check in on regularly. Some I check in on every month or so, maybe once a week....

But one in particularly I actually log onto every day. It's Although he has really slowed down the frequency of his blogging, it gives me inspiration as well as makes me laugh almost every time. You have heard me mention Crack's name before in a previous blog, and if you are a friend of mine, you have heard me mention him all the time as a MASSIVE inspiration as an artist, friend, mentor of steeze, and family man. I have yet to meet the infamous Crack la Rock in person, but soon that shall change.

I am only telling you this, because Crack really needs start blogging more. And if I put it out there into the universe that we need more Crack, then perhaps he will listen.

If you want humor....then click here: Crack la Rock

You want design inspiration? Click here: Hey Slugger