Monday, June 30, 2008
Sunday, June 29, 2008
I went to the most incredible wedding ever last night in the westlake village, deep in the cut for my friend Beau Basse(owner of Project:Gallery LA, Paper Tiger) and his wife to be Christine Lee. It was in the middle of fields of Lemon Tree's, surrounded by mountains. They also had Chinese Dragon Dancers which I had never seen before. I have to say it was the greatest performance art act I have ever seen.I was actually the videographer for the event as Baeu didn't want a typical wedding video. So hopefully I can come through and create a cool docu-style film.
Anyway they also had the coolest photo booth I had to stop in before I left.
My Congrads to Beau and Christine.
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 4:25 PM
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Please help me get ANALOG COLOR on television.
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Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 10:13 PM
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
Glen Willard is a crackhead superhero hailing from Berlin, Maryland. His father was a Meth dealer and his mother an exotic dancer.
Blowing a hit from his pipe, Willard stumbles into the smoke and vanishes from fellow fiends.
His toddler blanky serves both as a cape, and on those nights that he sleeps under a bridge or in a drainage ditch, a blanket.
He keeps the projects safe by thiefing all the crack for himself, thereby saving the inner city children.
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 5:33 PM