In art class my friend rolled himself in bubble wrap and stayed like that the whole day. When he sat down in our math class the teacher told him to take it off and he didn’t want to so he said “long live the king” and rolled out the door and down the hallway. And all you could hear was the faint popping of the bubblewrap as he rolled away. My teacher never went after him.
“Tokkie is your mirror. Its amazing. People who see beauty in this child are very obviously Godly and creative and fully awake. People who say nasty things about our little homie are creatively dead. Shit. Imagine never really waking up ever. Every moment of your meaningless blur of a life: a dull-ass, no-flavour-having wack attack. Kill yourself.” -Yo-Landi Vi$$er
nothing else needs to be added
at my funeral there is going to be a closed casket and then it will be opened to reveal that i am not inside. instead, they will turn on the ceiling fan and my lifeless body will swing around the room while the space jam theme song is playing in the background.
nevermind, my mom says i can’t do that
could not help myself my foul mind loves this
My precious little Duke.
“He gets up at 6 in the morning. Eats one egg. Tramps up and down a promenade two hours with the other fools. Eats a butterfly. Slowly drinks a glass of filtered sewage that smells like a buzzard’s breath.”
[Mark Twain, “At the appetite cure”; illustration by Peter Newell.]
Blur’s Christmas Dinner - NME Dec. 1994 | (scans by damonalbarn)
Jamie Hewlett (Tank Girl, Gorillaz) on the joy of drawing - “Drawing Is An Escape From All The Unnecessary Things In Life That Get In The Way Of Being Free”
“It’s about reaching that moment of pure ecstasy when a drawing just happens. Where every move you make with your hand and every thought you have in your head grows in front of you without any mistakes; no rubbing out, starting again and getting frustrated. It’s like being in a trance – it’s a fluid – and you almost don’t remember doing the picture. Drawing is an escape from all the unnecessary things in life that get in the way of being free