tarantulatrash

Thank you for reading.

Posted in culture, fashion, life, street fashion, Uncategorized, vintage, writing by tarantulatrash on June 10, 2010

Hello. My name is Ash. I am 23 years old. I am a paediatric physiotherapist.  I like sweet potato. Today a man came and put new light bulbs in my house and they hurt my eyes. The hairdresser put a steam globe over my head and it made my eyelashes stick together. I have a new old hat and some sweet shoulderpads. Thank you for reading.

ADDITION: can someone bring me some lollies plz.

EXTRA ADDITION: it’s ok, I went and got some from the petrol station.

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Babs.

Posted in art, culture, fashion, indie, life, lomo, lomography, photography, street fashion, Uncategorized by tarantulatrash on April 2, 2010

Lomo Fisheye 2

There are no longer dancers.

Posted in art, culture, fashion, indie, music, photography, street fashion, tattoos, writing by tarantulatrash on March 18, 2010

“ There are no longer ‘dancers.’ the possessed.
The cleavage of men into actor and spectators
is the central fact of our time.
We are obsessed with heroes who live for us
and whom we punish…
We are content in the ‘given’ in sensation’s quest.
We have been metamorphosised from a
mad body dancing on hillsides to
a pair of eyes staring in the dark. ”

Jim Morrison, The Lords and the New Creatures.

R.I.P Jim.

Tattoo by Adam at King of Rings, Bendigo.

Tudor

Posted in art, culture, fashion, melbourne, photography by tarantulatrash on March 8, 2010

I’m generally not happy with most photos people take of me. However, this portrait, to me, is stunning in its composition and lighting and actually succeeds in making me look half attractive. Done by Alise Black at Alise Black Photographic Studio, in Richmond, Melbourne.