Wednesday, December 30, 2009


Sorry about the lame title.Let's just say it was necessary... Katie Paterson's " Langjökull, Snæfellsjökull, Solheimajökull" is one of those ideas I wish were my own. These 3 records are as the name supposes made from glacier ice,and are played until they've fully melted...

The artist's explains:
Sound recordings from three glaciers in Iceland, pressed into three records, cast, and frozen with the meltwater from each of these glaciers, and played on three turntables until they completely melt.

The records were played once and now exist as three dvds. The turntables begin playing together, and for the first ten minutes as the needles trace their way around, the sounds from each glacier merge in and out with the sounds the ice itself creates. The needle catches on the last loop, and the records play for nearly two hours, until completely melted

more of Katie Pateron's work here

Sunday, December 27, 2009


I did this for my friends' band "a skline on fire".They recently went to ATP and got to see a bunch of awesome bands.I think this means that they will only become even better this year after having their minds blown.I did this drawing for the band sometime this year,and thougt I'd share it.

I recently did a t-shirtdesign for the Mingo Lamberti "Made in china" competition.Nedless to say,they didin't choose my design.Maybe I'll submit it on springleap?

the design is called "you eat what you are".

Friday, December 25, 2009


I've been terrible at posting this last month as I've been away,so now that i'm back at home again,planted in front of my pc you'll be entertained again).I also have loads of photos I took with my new Diana mini and my Holga that I'll post as soon as they've been developped!Remember to spread the love this cristmas, and don't be terrified of Santa,he is actually just a crusty old man in a ridiculus red outfit!

Friday, December 4, 2009

I found these pictures and was blown away...I wouldn't say I agree, but nonetheless, these photos are worth sharing!Isn't planet earth a bizarre place?

A crocodile abbattoir!

//TOP 15 ALBUMS OF 2009!

Pyramids with Nadja-self-titled

Tim Hecker-An imaginary country

Mew-No more stories are told today, i'm sorry, they washed away

Tyondai Braxton-Central Market

Mastodon-Crack the skye

Jonsi & Alex-Riceboy Sleeps

Have a nice life-Voids

Slarrafenland-we're on your side

Jesu-opiate sun

...And you will know us by the trail of dead-Century of self

Efterklang-Performing Parades
The Antlers-Hospice

Dredg-The Pariah, The Parrot, The Delusion

Sunn o)))-Monoliths and Dimensions

Ben Frost-By the throat

Best 7"of 2009
-Japanese heavy hits vol.3

Tuesday, December 1, 2009


Kurt Vonnegut is definitely one of my favourite writers...I guess I l ike his honesty and the fact that he doesn't try to sound clever when making a point, but rather completely relies on his creativity instead...
This image reminds me of the novel Cat's Cradle & one of my favourite quotes in it....

"No wonder kids grow up crazy. A cat's cradle is nothing but a bunch of X's between somebody's hands, and little kids look and look and look at all those X's..."
"No damn cat, and no damn cradle."

quote from the novel Cat's Cradle

Thursday, November 26, 2009

been wanting to share this for months...

off the site : fwy studios

In 2006, FriendsWithYou opened Art Basel Miami with an event of epic proportions comparable to the Macy’s Day Parade. Toyota Scion commissioned FWY to curate and produce Skywalkers, inflatable procession celebrating the Earth as the newest member of the universal community. Skywalkers featured 18 giant blimps designed by FWY and various artists and included over 300 volunteers, a high school marching band, full event staff, and thousands of attendees. The parade illuminated the skies of Miami’s South Beach, which gained international attention and made the covers of the New York Times online, The Art Newspaper, and The Miami Herald among other publications. Skywalkers represents the magnitude and magic that only FriendsWithYou events can bring to life.

Monday, November 23, 2009


So, where you heading to these holidays?

Not sure by who this is done....but I love this piece...

Thursday, November 19, 2009


It's pretty much end of year again...this comes with clichéd emotions such as feeling worn out and simply needing a break. I suppose I currently find myself in this clichéd mode...
The other day I got the permission to destroy a gallery plinth...unfortunately I wasn't muscular enough, or maybe I was just too lazy....
nonetheless...if you need a break I recommend you break might end up being as awesome as the art of SebastianWickeroth

Thursday, November 12, 2009


My sister and two of her friends make the most awesome clothes..They recently had a launch of sorts, where I managed to make a few snapshots...
I guess my photos don't do the stuff justice, but thought i'd share....

mail them at info@loladesigns if you need something unique..
ps...they're prices are just tooo good...

go visit their blog (with my photos:P ) here.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009


As those who know me well might have noticed...I like bearded men... I cam across this series the other day...This artist is just too cool...Men measuring each others beards?Yes...forget muscle, it's all about facial hair now.The new found hierarchy of men :P This guys drawings convey this so well. ps...his name is Sean Morris...just remembered...look at his site here.

Sunday, November 8, 2009

//FUN IN THE SUN. Saturday my friends had their engagement party.We all headed tp NKWE (a big hole filled with water...surrounded by nature)to celebrate.It was good fun, we even had a snoek braai and lots of champagne of course...

If would have had kids already, I would buy them this lego ...(if it'd really existed that is)..pretty rad.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Yesterday, my amigos from welovepictures helped me out bigtime and documented my artworks for my end of year catalogue.I just love how good photographers can make anything look good.Trust me,...these artworks aren't quite as amazing as these awesome pics.Thanks guys...I'm blown away by your MAD SKILLZ.

Ohh....the goofy one of me was us sort of testing the effect of that mad industrial type of fan.It was so incredibly loud that I couldn't hear them instructing me..hence I guess I look so goofy.

guess it helps mentioning that I work with dust...might seem bit random otherwise.