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Acne Studios last night. (at Acne Studios Eastern Columbia Building)

Acne Studios last night. (at Acne Studios Eastern Columbia Building)

Apparently I’m feeling organized.  (at Poketo)

Apparently I’m feeling organized. (at Poketo)

Drawing warm up.

Drawing warm up.

Hello 2014.

Hello 2014.

I discovered the Ardor Necklace in the hotel’s magazine, HERE. To the left of the Tapatio — perfect! @thelinehotel  (at The LINE Hotel)

I discovered the Ardor Necklace in the hotel’s magazine, HERE. To the left of the Tapatio — perfect! @thelinehotel (at The LINE Hotel)

Ending my staycay with minis and a magazine. @thelinehotel  (at The LINE Hotel)

Ending my staycay with minis and a magazine. @thelinehotel (at The LINE Hotel)

Above:  Iko Iko during ReSTORE.

Above:  Iko Iko during ReSTORE.

Above:  Iko Iko during ReSTORE.

Above:  Iko Iko’s new location during ReSTORE.  What a perfect fit!

Above:  Iko Iko’s new location during ReSTORE.  What a perfect fit!

Above:  This picture is a few months old now, I’ve been a terrible blogger.  In September, I designed an installation at the Poketo x Heirloom LA party.  We created a faux living situation that brought in a very personal side to the brand.  It was a lot of fun!

Above:  This picture is a few months old now, I’ve been a terrible blogger.  In September, I designed an installation at the Poketo x Heirloom LA party.  We created a faux living situation that brought in a very personal side to the brand.  It was a lot of fun!

Above:  Going through my desktop, deleting files, I came across this old screen shot of an application I submitted for art residency program in NYC.  Of course, this wasn’t what I actually submitted, but  this was what I wrote at first, then erased, and wrote over it with the letter I actually submitted.  I got into the scholarship program, and was in NYC for 5 months.  It totally worked; I moved on, and had some of the best times of my life living there.  I always felt that I got in because of the “under letter”.  My work was probably decent too, I guess, but I always wondered.  Sometimes you get what you ask for, when you know what you want, and put it out there.

Above:  Going through my desktop, deleting files, I came across this old screen shot of an application I submitted for art residency program in NYC.  Of course, this wasn’t what I actually submitted, but  this was what I wrote at first, then erased, and wrote over it with the letter I actually submitted.  I got into the scholarship program, and was in NYC for 5 months.  It totally worked; I moved on, and had some of the best times of my life living there.  I always felt that I got in because of the “under letter”.  My work was probably decent too, I guess, but I always wondered.  Sometimes you get what you ask for, when you know what you want, and put it out there.

Um, LENA DUNHAM just tried this on!

Um, LENA DUNHAM just tried this on!

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