Our time will come.

Posted in art, art melbourne, culture, lomo, lomography, melbourne, photography, street art, Uncategorized by tarantulatrash on May 27, 2010

My first Diana Mini roll was entirely overexposed, due to my error. I still got a couple of shots I liked though.

Also, go check out Anwa‘s blog. I do.


Posted in art, art melbourne, culture, fashion, life, lomo, lomography, melbourne, street art, Uncategorized, writing by tarantulatrash on April 28, 2010

Today is Daniel’s birthday. Daniel is one of my best friends. I ruv.


Go visit his blog, I enjoy it.

In other news, I almost passed out today at a dance class. Full on, black-in-front-of-the-eyes semi pass out. I think today I may have eaten too many plums, and not enough bread. Or something. Isn’t that how it goes?

I got my Diana Mini in the mail. I’m hoping Ballarat decides to stop being a bitch so I can go out and take photos of it on the weekend. I’m not sure I’m going to survive this winter.


Posted in art, art melbourne, culture, lomo, lomography, melbourne, photography, photoshop, street art, Uncategorized, writing by tarantulatrash on March 21, 2010

Daniel is one of my good friends. He does some pretty cool pieces. He also has a blog called droconuts which has some pretty sweet stuff on it, so go look at it.  These were done by him- (the third one down is going to be pasted on a wall somewhere, therefore is currently in separate pieces)

This I took of Daniel’s bedroom cupboards. This was when it was a work in progress, I don’t have a photo of the finished product unfortunately! (Lomo Fisheye 2)

I also have two of his pieces on the walls of my house. Daniel is good!!!1!1!!


Posted in art, culture, lomo, lomography by tarantulatrash on March 8, 2010

While in England over christmas, I closed my eyes, moved my finger around the map, and opened them with the intention of going to wherever my finger was pointed. As a result, I ended up in Bristol, home to “Skins”, Banksy and as I soon found out, the WORST hostel in the whole of Europe.

I never thought I would have the privilege of seeing one of Banksy’s pieces, but wandering around hungover looking for somewhere to buy a big breakfast, I looked up and saw this-

Of course, I’m assuming this is Banksy’s work, considering it was in Bristol and uses his distinct stencilling style. If this is in fact by someone else, please let me know and I will correct it! Photo taken with LC-A+ and slide film. It’s a shame someone decided it was worth putting blue paint on. For more of this, go to Banksy’s website