Saturday, December 26, 2009

x-mas wall.

finally took a photo of this wall that has been haunting my dreams. dream wall? yes. for now. and especially since it's got this great x-mas theme featuring betty boop in a skimpy santa getup and some nativity scene thing. i would agree that betty should have been involved in the whole birth of christ tale.

it's on barranca between 20th + 21st. i see it everytime i get to go to st. vincent de paul. happy xmas.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

justin clifford rhody's "to-do-list"

lately i've been going through all the various folders of incredible stuff i've been collecting over the years. it's quite overwhelming. then again, i'm a pack-rat. here's my latest favorite. it's something justin clifford rhody sent me quite a while ago. it's impressive, inspiring, and depressing to me. personally, my "to-do-lists" never get completely cleaned out, and i bet jcr actually knocked out every assignment on this list. i love it, and display it proudly:jcr just released the second issue of his totally taser factory publication: "Drawings". I'm sure it's available through the friends and relatives records website. not sure, but there's tons of great stuff there anyway, so check it out.

Monday, December 14, 2009

shane edge vs. mel gibson

ok. so i yesterday i posted some normal jk style bullshit here on taser factory. one of the items was this painting i did of mel gibson:
in response, shane edge made this whole thing tens times more taser factory than i could imagine! here's his rendition: yes. this is incredibly funny and great...well shane said it was a poor imitation, but i said it was amazing....but i also said.... "ho my god! that's f-ing great! great! you know, the original is supposed to be mel gibson. it's like him got cloned and your other top half is pasted to his half groin half belt. killer!"

Sunday, December 13, 2009

2 pieces write art bi: jeremy kennedy (dr.mrs.etc.)

"Tonight's Special: The Royal Iron Victory Buffet"
This has touched my soul and I must give my thanks to everyone involved. This has given me the greatest experience of all: education. Should I get the whirlwind, I would feel no regret about my times as a mortal. I should get the super-cuisine education. Let this incredible learning thing begin! For the sake of my parents, my people, and my planet; I will eat. But for the cost of love.
“started on a friday, ended on a monday”

Those shepherds are German,
This coffee is Thai,
I don’t know what else to say, but I think we know why.
Yr. good at giving hand-jobs,
I’m bad at sustaining my own happiness,
Yr. good at drinking, but pretend not to be,
I’m good at most things, and everybody knows it.

Yr. probably a good driver,
but I can’t tell.

Thursday, December 3, 2009


I would like to submit my professional resume for the job opening posted: “FAST PACED INTERIOR DESIGN FIRM SEEKS RUNNER” in West Hollywood. Since running is such huge a passion of mine, I feel that I would be the perfect candidate for this position.

I have years of experience in running, starting as a child, soon after I learned how to walk. One look at my resume will show my tireless dedication to the pursuit of running, as well as my overall versatility. I run best on grass or any make of artificial turf, but can also handle other surfaces such as asphalt, gravel, sand, etc.

I would very much enjoy the opportunity to speak with you further about the position and in concerns to my resume, starting with my placing in the 2007 Boston marathon.

Thank you for time and consideration.

Jeremy Kennedy

Monday, November 23, 2009

chest drying machine with built-in blinding device

This project is still on the drawing table. The Goatmother and I almost pulled off the construction of this over the summer, but ran outta time. This guy is a “wall-mounted, foot-switch operated, heat-less chest drying machine with built-in blinder”. It is a handy unit that mounts to any wall...

The bottom section of the device contains the chest drying fan. It is mounted to the wall at average chest level height. Besides the fan, this unit also contains a strand of christmas lights. The front panel of this section is constructed from plexi-glass. Text and designs (along with a set of user instructions) are applied to the plexi-glass and backlit by the strand of christmas lights inside the box. The fan exhaust in the center of the front panel should be equipped with tassels, which indicate fan is working.
The top section contains two VERY POWERFUL flood lights, which shine through two eye-holes at the front. We call this section the blinder, and it is adjustable to most heights to get full effect.
The entire device is easily operated via foot-switch.

How it works:
1.- stand directly in front of the device so that chest is aligned with fan exhaust.
2.- adjust blinder so that user eyes are aligned with device eye-holes.
3.- click foot-switch button once to turn power on.
4.- enjoy soothing, drying air on chest and painful, blinding light directly in eyes.
5.- click foot-switch button once again to turn power off.

venture capitalist take notice!

Sunday, November 22, 2009

fischli/weiss- Der Lauf der Dinge (the way things go)

yeah... i know it’s not new, but the video of this has been popping up at places i go too frequently to ignore. It’s definitely trying to tell me something. they were playing it at LM Projects here in LA like last month, but ever since going to see it it’s been haunting me.

if you haven’t seen this before, i think it’s worth a viewing. it’s a great piece by swiss art duo fischli/weiss from 1987 (i think). anyway, it’s a fantastic rube goldberg machine, with crazy chemical reactions triggering a lot of the action. at moments during the process, the whole thing seems so haphazard and janky that it’s hard to imagine it is actually gonna work! That’s my favorite part.

this is the best youtube version of it i could find, but i guess i really didn’t look very long or hard. It’s available on dvd, and totally worth it!
TFTF (totally fucking taser factory)
check it!

Friday, November 20, 2009

toothbrush toothbrush, brush my teeth...

toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...

toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...
toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...toothbrush, toothbrush, brush my teeth...
lyrics by: j. shelley harrison / guitar by: jeremy kennedy

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

free flyer project- part II

yeah ha ha! another flyer from my "free flyer project".
i have made some new ones recently, just wanna go retrospect one more time. plus, ruining the surprise would be unthinkable. uh fuck, i did rework this for the new locale, so...

Tuesday, November 17, 2009


here's an interesting artifact that i discovered across the street from my house in bloomington earlier this year. the inability to spell the word "homeless" is terrifying! of course this reading of the text is based purely on my assumption that the one who penned this was trying to spell "homeless". "chomells" or "homells" could in fact be the name of the creator, or of another person.
no, fuck it, they were trying to spell "homeless".
"chomells" still hangs proudly in our new home.
god bless.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Thursday, October 29, 2009

"middle school matchmaker" by: William Gass

Here's a totally taser factory "thing" that happened to my friend William a while back. He posted this after it happened, but i had to revisit it. The following is his account:

I received a mistaken text at work tonight, but instead of ignoring it, I assumed the role of the desired party. The following is the actual text-conversation that transpired, keystroke-for-keystroke.

Reilly: Hey its reilly from braud ripple camp im jabocs cuzin u there
Reilly: U there
Me: Whut up
Reilly: Nm u and u know who i am right
Me: Of corse i do
Reilly: Good ive missedu!!how r u
Me: Let me just say im delishus right now
Reilly: What? Im confused what do u mean by delishus
Reilly: Hey u there?
Me: yeah. Immat work rite now. And stooooned heh
Reilly: U hav a job wait u know this is reilly right and why did u say u were delishus
Me: Gotta pay for school ryerye. Got no support from anyone
Reilly: How old r u and were would u get a job
Reilly: U still thr
Me: Yeah jus chill a sec. Boss is here
Me: Aight its cool now. Hows jaboc?
Reilly: Good and he wants to know if u have a girlfriend? I really dont know why i think he likes some girl in his class
Me: Naw i aint got time for that shit
Reilly: Oh so ya u know keven he is a JERK he is so notmy type
Me: Who is yo typ than?
Reilly: Well not to be weird but u i like people ur type and ur type is
Me: Aw shit girl. Ur cute but you dont want me imma thug
Reilly: U nt a thug its bad to put urself down
Me: Sorry. I wish my mama was nice lk u. Imma dertay do
Reilly: Awwwwwwwww i feel soooo bad for u and if it makes a difference i think ur very nice
Me: Who u wit?
Reilly: My friend where do u work
Me: Post rd bowling alley
Reilly: Kewl what do u do there and r u 13 yet
Me: I wash dishes inna kitchin. Im actually 14. Not many people know i was held back in kinnergarten. U gotta b 14 2 work
REilly: Oh sry im alital stupid if u havn't noticed
Me: No u aint.
Reilly: Ya believe me I probobly should have flunked at least a couple of geades just lukily i havint yet. So why dont ur parents help u pay fr school i feel bad fur u
Me: They say its makin me a man. They folks beat them when they was little.
Me: Lissen i gotta go but i wanna ask u smthng
Reilly: Omg thats so sad aee they ok
Me: yeah but they hard
Reilly: Ya
Me: Will u gimme a hug next time u see me? I think i lk u
Reilly: Sure and i like u to so ya ill give u a hug so maby u can go to a movie with sloan daniel and i
Reilly: Ok what do u have to ask me
Me: That was it. Im shy.
Me: Bye
Reilly: Ditto im so shy
Reilly: Bye...............

Sunday, October 25, 2009

free flyer project

an oldie but goodie... free flyer project! this is one of my favorites from the first round of flyers back in the day. i'm redoing a few and making some new ones to hang up soon. the best part of the project is receiving the replies. fun and easy public art is the best.

Saturday, October 24, 2009

"Night Chop of the Night"

"Night Chop of the Night #1"

I am gonna stalk up in your stuff. 9 floors to stalk on.

The wrong floor means, that you had better stalk on hard! damn hard!
Stalk back down and you will be alright.

Stalk on! , you eclectic butcherer of men and women, child, and of animal.

Child and animal stalker. Stalk so fucking hard that your mask gets stalked out!

Took off their mask to chop on body. Took off their mask and chopped on hard, and chopped it off, out, and chopped it off!

"Is this a god stalker... with hard chopping motion?"

"Chopped without mask! Chopped with disaster operation: infinite chopping."

"I have thundered down. To chop up."

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

magical healthy ball= fun ball, dangerous ball.

these are probably really fun. i've never opened my box of magical healthy ball. zak had some out at a party one night. i was really scared that he was gonna hit me with one...he didn't. must have read the caution notice. you should too, it's fun...

Friday, August 28, 2009

tara donovan

i've just been turned to this awesome work from n.y. artist tara donovan!
terrific use of materials (note the straws and styrofoam cups!) and the chill effect!

for the full looking-at-stuff-online effect, check out her page at the ace gallery website:

thanks anna for cluing us in!

Thursday, August 20, 2009

"pony 3 fkup"--by: jeremy kennedy

life has been super hectic with moving preperations, moving, working, and just trying to live and sleep of course, i decide to plan and complete a whole new series of paintings amidst all this noise!
the product:

"pony 3 fkup"
a 9 piece collection of new paintings.pony 3 fkup (30x30")

fedz (30x2?")
pony 3 fkup #3: telecaster (48x24")
a.safer.crush. (28x26")joe's gym job (30x26")

*the "pony 3 fkup" series is now a part of the private collection skip van cel.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

california dreamin'... probably one of my favorite oldie-pop songs ever. it's also my current state of mind. j. shelley is already out there and for the past few weeks every moment and action has been devoted to the move.

we did find the time to have some fun, and throw down one last (knee shy) performance piece here in bloomington. we presented "no, thank you" at the open house for bloomington's new saving grace venue "the ritual room".

i will put some video up as soon as i get a copy!

back to work.

Sunday, July 12, 2009

"delete" + "-one-liners-"

by: Jeremy Kennedy
by: Anne Roecklein + Joseph Rohrer
Friday July 24th
@ Hospital (102 e. Allen)
8-10 pm

After over a decade of living and working in Bloomington, Indiana, Jeremy Kennedy’s days as a resident are numbered. And, as things come to end in Bloomington, they will begin anew elsewhere. This is, in part, the driving idea behind this new performance piece.
essentially, the performance of “Delete” goes as follows:
Kennedy will set up a desk and his desktop computer in the gallery space. the monitor screen will be projected on a wall in the gallery, so that everyone can see as he deletes all files, one by one.
The hard drive in question has been the artists main storage unit for data including audio/video recordings from the fmsmprc record label (which he helps maintain), photos of friends and previous art work, and other important documents.
“Delete” differs greatly from Kennedy previous work in the sense that this is reflective of events unfolding in his personal life. As an artist and sound maker he has never really allowed personal feelings and views to enter into his work. It’s an out with the old type of thing. a way of thinking that is relative to this stage of Kennedy’s life, as he is leaving these Midwestern hills for the shores of sunny California.
There is also a certain significance to his choosing a computer as the vehicle for expression. Lines can be drawn to such concepts as the constant movement and turnaround of technological advancement. Seen here as Kennedy’s Sony Vaio, hailed as a remarkable piece of equipment when purchased several years ago, is soon to be a relic of that era of PC age. Or perhaps, entertaining the idea that files on one’s personal hard drive have become valuable property. An idea which is quickly defeated in moments of dissonant human clarity, which tells some of us, “It’s nothing but a bunch of 1’s and 0’s...”, and doesn’t really matter.
All in all, this show could be titled “Purging”. The years spent here in Bloomington have left the artist as the sole owner of a great number of possessions. Some of which have personal value, and some of which can be classified as “junk”, depending on the point of view. Regardless, it’s time to downsize.

-tyco riley (2009)


-one-liners- is a drawing exhibition where-in artists are asked to submit 10 new works that deal with the show’s title. Works should explore the possibilities of the phrase one-liner. Whatever it means to you. Dimensions should not exceed 19 inches in any direction. Jurors Anne Roecklein and Joseph Rohrer will select from all submissions with a goal of selecting 100 drawings from 20 artists.

Friday, July 10, 2009

"5 | 7 | 5"

pulling an all dayer-all nighter-all dayer for this one... seventeen pieces in 3 days (more like 2) + work + the rest this bullshit day-to-day! no comment. just check out the show.
(knee shy) presents:

“5 | 7 | 5”
Friday, July 10th
@ Greek’s Pizzeria
(211 N. Walnut St.)
7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

As a duo operating under the moniker (knee shy) this will be there last foray in Bloomington (at least for awhile). It might be a reinterpretation of haiku or an obsession with the number seventeen, or both? Call it what you will as “5 | 7 | 5” pins the above as the spool from which this collection is spun.
The body of work is seventeen pieces strong, and represented in a storm of mediums. Each work is constructed based on a haiku written in regards to the number seventeen. The “haiku” itself is presented along with the piece to allow the viewer a deeper reach into the full circle process synonymous with (knee shy)’s previous work.
The most direct past incarnation of this style of number play and relativity is probably (knee shy)’s “pardon our eleven fragile titles” collection from 2006. Wherein, the number eleven was put on the spot and squeezed for it’s value in a myriad of ways. including the fact of the collection being made up of eleven pieces and each piece being priced at $111.11.
In a user friendly path, the concept of “5 | 7 | 5” can be dissected in the following way:

haiku = 5 syllable line, 7 syllable line, 5 syllable line = 17 syllables |
haiku written in reflection of the significance of things concerning 17 |
17 pieces of art work created as a response to the haikus.

To place a piece as an example, the artist’s suggest this:

title: “17 year cicada year”
“a cicada year
just enough time for a snack
could be late for work”
art piece: an hour glass filled with crushed cicada shells which runs for 17 seconds.


(knee shy)’s art work for this show involves a variety of forms including: silk screen, sculpture, prepared objects, audio, and an array of other constructs.


Soundtrack for the evening courtesy of DJ LVX.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

the "f" of july

as an end note for this year’s eventful dependence day weekend, mark and i finally blew up the toaster oven! we’ve been planning to do this for a while...just throw in a few spray paint cans, add all the fireworks you can grab, put up a plexi-glass blast shield and set it toast.
there were 2 big fireballs and the whole thing was taser factory! good thing we put the blast shield or people would have gotten burned and hurt and stuff (including the nice families who came over from the neighborhood block party).
this is the only photo that i’ve received so far. it’s a little blurry, but you can make out the fireball for sure! (thanks lori canada)

Monday, June 22, 2009

"parking permit II"

Yeah! The second presentation of (knee shy)’s parallel parking event was a magical success. This year we upped the ante quite a bit by inviting 3 drivers, and also added a panel of 5 judges, making it a contest of sorts. I love watching people parallel park! This was great, and here are a few photos to prove it! we'll get an official page going on at soon... Thanks to kyle at Greeks Pizzeria for catering, everyone who participated and came out and took photos and all that noise!
our panel of judges: jim walker, dave walter, lori canada, kelly richardson, william winchester claytor. (photo by jonny yuma)

mike bridavsky... the champ.(photo by jonny yuma).

Press Release:
(knee shy) presents:

“Parking Permit II”
sunday june 21st
opening reception: 4:47pm
event: 5:00pm (SHARP)
@ 200 block of N. Walnut (in front of Greeks Pizzeria)

Once again... the most exciting art action of the year! intense, mind slaying parallel parking action!
This year’s event is even greater, with 3 DRIVERS, 5 JUDGES, and US! A NOT to be missed event right in the heart of downtown bloomington!
Come watch as the returning champs, Nicole and Jason Evans-Groth try to hold their title against the abilities of the lovely Zoe O’dea and the daring Mike Bridavsky! What will be the out come??? That’s all up to our panel of judges: Lori Canada, William Winchester Claytor, Kelly Richardson, Jim Walker, and Dave Walter.
Meet us downtown and be witness to this breathtaking display!

Show up early for the opening reception provided by (knee shy) and Greeks

seattle follow up

back in town, actually for over a week i think, getting things straighten out, etc. seattle was great, the ctrl+alt+design show was amazing! did i take any photos? NO! i still can’t get my camera situation together. but design mate has some follow up links here, check it. real fun stuff! thanks terribly much to jamie and brian for letting hang out with them and their stuff for such an extended period!

Thursday, May 21, 2009

"don't rain on my parade" follow up!

yes and finally! some taser factory images and video to show you from j. shelley harrison’s “don’t rain on my parade” show @ fuller projects last month! it was a total success and some much fun, and here’s the proof!

we just got a few nice photos from jeremy hogan and a time lapse video of the entire event from william winchester claytor. by the way... kids loved this piece! (we need to be more in tune with that.)
p.s.- i love these colors!

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Ctrl+Alt+Design (seattle)

this is going to be great! (knee shy) has been invited to do an installation piece at this year’s JOIN design showcase in seattle! the event is titled Ctrl+Alt+Design, and it will focus on new american design(ers).
the pics from last years show are extremely taser factory, and featured work from seattle based design entities: iacoli & mcallister, ladies & gentlemen, graypants, submaterial, urbancase, and meet me here. this year they’re expanding to provide views from all over the country. we’re excited as fu
ck just to go, let alone actually be involved!
our piece is to be titled “onward?”. we are hoping to reflect the freshness of what is going on with the event, as well as where we are at...which seems to mix itself into our ideas more than ever recently. it looks solid on paper, and our excitement is growing as preparation and pre-work has begun!
we’ll bring back a flock of photos for sure!

late post...

kentucky derby celebration!
totally taser factory day party! shelley and i are both from kentucky, so the derby is like a holiday for us. + this year we had a rented 6 seat golf to drive around (similar to the one below)! the actual race was surprising too. what an upset!

afterwards we went out to the countryside to watch ponytail play an amazing set in somebody's yard.

Monday, April 20, 2009

chance of rain: 100%

this is going to be so much fucking fun!
here's the press release:

“Don’t Rain On My Parade”
j. shelley harrison Friday April 24 2009 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm @ Fuller Projects (McCalla Building) j. shelley harrison is recognized and appreciated by many as a local artist, resident soundmaker, and social presence. These strong traits come together in full for her upcoming art event “Don’t Rain On My Parade”. Ms. Harrison has spent a decade on the local art scene and has had her hands in more projects than most of us realize. She is the president and a founding member of Bloomington’s “hospital” art space, along with Aaron Deer is a member of “the Horns of Happiness” (a band promoted by local record moguls Secretly Canadian), and a terrifically inventive artist. A special type of artist, that helps puts Bloomington on the map as something more than another run-of-the-mill craft wielding Midwestern burg. “Never allow the medium to shape the artwork.“ is Harrison’s motto. And she has made good on this commitment by creating an ever growing collection of concept and idea driven work in a vast array of disciplines. This upcoming event is to be yet another great testament. “Don’t Rain On My Parade” is an extremely interactive piece of work. In a sense it demands the interaction of the audience to fulfill it’s purpose. What Harrison has planned is essentially a rainstorm indoors. Via timers and other devices, there will be a 100% chance of precipitation at Fuller Projects Friday April 24th. Here’s where the interactive aspect comes into play... Visitors are welcome to enter and examine the structure and set-up, but every few minutes there will be a downpour which will suggest that the audience take shelter under one of the several umbrellas suspended throughout the installation. Thus, creating a social environment where show goers are placed next to other show goers in the pursuit of staying dry. Conversation is likely to ensue, at least until the weather lets up. this part is key in Ms. Harrison’s goal. As the tagline suggests: “a conversational piece”. The effect of this piece would not be complete with an aural motivator, which is where Ms. Harrison’s collaboration with her bandmate Aaron Deer comes in. Together they form “the Horns of Happiness” (aforementioned), and they will be providing a thunderous soundtrack for the event. This soundtrack is a mash-up of field recordings and instrument play designed to accompany the timing and movement of the show. Yet another dimension to the piece, which can also stand alone, as it will be the next full length release for “the Horns of Happiness” on Secretly Canadian Records. All in all, this is a prime example of the playful and inclusive form that this young artist is highly noted for. Harrison wants for people to have fun and offers an alternate choice to the routine party, going out for drinks, and all that other stuff that people subscribe to whenever the weekend rolls around. This will surely prove to be an event to remember and it reaffirms a certain special quality of Ms. Harrison’s art idea. The way she focuses to maintain an openness to both the local community as well as the academic side of town, something a lot of artist skip (and some even avoid). In a more classic reference, the only parade to be rained on might be yours if you were to miss this great upcoming show. -tyco riley (2009)

Monday, March 30, 2009

michael sailstorfer!

i don’t know why i haven’t honed in on this guy before now! michael sailstorfer now has my full attention...
i've been making a point to check out one piece by this guy everyday. "rocket tree" above, is a fav. who doesn't love explosions...and there's so much more. like "shooting star" below. here's a link to view a video clip of "shooting star", which is definitely a worth while journey:

Sunday, February 22, 2009

finally, a challenge

had i only known that this existed a few weeks ago...

The Indestructible Cell Phone: Sonim XP1

February 12th, 2008 4:54 PM | by Christen da Costa

Sonim XP1
You ever have those moments where you just wanna smash your cell phone? Perhaps you got fired or stubbed your big toe. Outbursts of anger aren’t uncommon, but getting shot with a Glock 9mm is. Say what? Sonim has built a virtually indestructible cell phone. The XP1 has endured being in cased in cement, frozen, attached to fireworks (wonder if they tried an M80) and yes, you guessed it, shot with a Glock 9mm pistol. The Triband GSM candybar handset comes in black, yellow, or gray and includes walkie-talkie functionality in addition to a few other features. The Sonim XP1 is currently on show at the 2008 World Mobile Congress where they’ve invited the media to test their claim. According to the product page, they’ll do a ’same day in store replacement’. Anyone know where they sell these things?

Sonim Xp1 Comparison Chart

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

the action is go...

so... here's some snaps of some action prepared for "4 Cell". not this friday but next (2.27) @ fuller projects here in bloomington. if anyone has noticed that i've been recently lacking in conversational value, here's one of the reason...
this has been a blast to create so far, and speaking of blasts... tomorrow i get to go out to the country to bust a cap or 2 in some phones! fun!

Saturday, January 31, 2009

I always... Part 2

when offered free matches, i always ask "are they free?", just to make sure.

Friday, January 30, 2009

Monday, January 26, 2009

scarcity of tanks--west coast style

awesome live action here from s.o.t.
the line up of this group is always in motion. i believe this ensemble was assemble for the west coast only, with the addition of steve and weasel walter from xbxrx and lead matt wascovich getting old school socal. with jack brewer and mike watt on bass! a rad combination of energy. this totally taser factory jam proves that there is still areas to expand on that first blast from the old sst crew...

Sunday, January 25, 2009

"4 Cell"

fun and success for last friday’s “leftovers from the last supper” opening @ hospital. after recovering yesterday, it’s back to work on this upcoming gem...

4 Cell
a new series of work by jeremy kennedy
friday 2.27.09
@ fuller projects
this show is allowing me to do all the fun and pointlessly destructive things i've always dreamed of doing to cell phones! see...