Pumpkin carving time. I carved an ellie because they are my favorites and I am a giant dork. #elephant #pumpkincarving #halloween2016 (at Twin Peaks (San Francisco))
Saw the movie ‘We Are X’ tonight at The Mezzanine. The movie was great, apart from the fact I couldn’t see the sub titles. 😕. But, the director was there and Yoshiki, the drummer who is the band, was there and he played 4 songs on piano and answered questions. It was awesome hearing him play. #wearex #yoshiki #movienight
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Bleu, Color Trilogy
2016 marks 20 years since the death of Polish film director Krzysztof Kieślowski. I have the great honor to work with MK2 Productions in France and the great Black Dragon Press in the UK, which I previously collaborated on Tarkovsky’s Solaris Posters with, to celebrate his work by bringing you a set of original art posters for what turned out to be his last work, the iconic Three Colours Trilogy.
“Trois Couleurs: Bleu”, an epic 11-colour, 18” x 27” screen printed poster is the first of this series. In this single image, I attempted to capture the overall mood and structure of the film. To our heroine, the color blue is the devastation of losing her family to a car crash, but also the safe haven of a public swimming pool, where she learns to heal and eventually let go.
Bleu officially goes on sale this Thursday October 6th at 6pm UK time, but up until then you can subscribe to the whole series for the special price of £40 per print plus a one off shipping charge. Otherwise you can purchase Bleu on its own for £50 for the first 40 orders, £70 for the following 40 and £90 for the last 20 orders. The final edition number will be the number of subs + 100.
A Picasso Ceramic 3/3 depicting a football player. #Picasso #manchester #soccerex. (at National Football Museum)
Rose among the trash. #manchester #graffiti (at Redbank House)
Walking about this morning in the sunshine. Seeing William Gladstone and Manchester City Council building. #Gladstone #manchester #morning #blueskies (at Manchester Town Hall)
Under the bridge! We found a clown #Manchester #clowns #nighttime (at Manchester, United Kingdom)
On the walk for lunch today. #urban #decay #renew (at Manchester, United Kingdom)
Bright flowers on a gray day. #sanfrancisco #poppies #fog (at Twin Peaks Summit)
Last night the #melvins at the #40wattclub. They were great! (at 40 Watt Club)
Saw the #fulandafa today doing meditation in the UN Square. #peace #sanfrancisco (at San Francisco City Hall)
I have been in San Francisco a week and a day tonight. And what a month the last month has been. Firstly I got two jobs in July. One was an internship helping a community manager at a code school. It was unpaid, but an interesting insight into what a community manager does and does not do, and the expectations placed upon them. the second job I was really starting to enjoy, it was at Mint Salon in midtown. I was the receptionist and I really enjoyed it, as I liked the people, and, enjoyed the interaction with ‘clients’ as salon customers are called. It had some room for advancement, not a lot, but a little and I got free haircuts and discounted services!
But, then I saw a job listing on facebook, from Danny and the job sounded right up my alley, the only problem was it was in San Francisco, so I applied, interviewed and got it! I then asked Matthew very nicely if I could stay with him and figure out whether the job and I were a good fit and I liked moving so far so suddenly, and boom with two weeks I was on a plane to SF!
The job is a good fit so far, right now I am an administrative assitant at a start up, and also a personal assistant to the two co founders, and I am enjoying the challenge and dealing with all the problems. I am still finding my feet and seeing what is expected of me. But, I am going to Manchester – England, for a convention, and maybe Miami as well later this year. And I am enjoying bits of SF. The no car is awesome, public transport FTW! And I love the tempreture – I should have bought more light jackets with me. It is an expensive city though, just food is expensive. But, I went to the local farmers market on the square and got super fresh veggies and fruit. And I am walking a ton, and sleeping well, after walking roughly 3 miles or so a day on hills. My goal is to walk more, but I catch the bus to work, as I can’t face walking it in the morning.
My other goal is to leave in time to get coffee in the morning, right now, I just can’t seem to get the timing right. Oh yeah, I now know about meetings, a lot of meetings, which is new to me.
I treated myself last week and went to The Exploratorium, as the Theo Jansen’s Strandbeest’s were there which I adore. It was magical seeing them move and up close and reading all the details about them.
On my way back home I saw the most marvelous sight, the full moon just over the bridge: