Last Splash + et al

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   Last Splash (Colonial Country Cube)  , wood and  toile . Created geometric swimwear with a loose principle based on the classic bespoke tail coat with top hat or victorian wear. The fabric print depicts a pastoral, country scene.

Last Splash (Colonial Country Cube), wood and toile. Created geometric swimwear with a loose principle based on the classic bespoke tail coat with top hat or victorian wear. The fabric print depicts a pastoral, country scene.


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 Created a 53 yard fringed frock from scratch for  Heather Broderick ’s Album cover. Pictured are Heather Broderick and  Jeff Rowles  during her shoot.

Created a 53 yard fringed frock from scratch for Heather Broderick’s Album cover. Pictured are Heather Broderick and Jeff Rowles during her shoot.

 Collaborative leather works and model for  XOBRUNO .

Collaborative leather works and model for XOBRUNO.

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 Another make-in-one-evening creation. A bachelorette party sash for Barbara. I fashioned up a dick-in-the-ear scuba style bouquet sash of sorts. When the dick is pulled out of the ear there’s a trickle of pee. When the trickle is yanked it becomes a golden shower. Untie the pouchy nut sack and semen release, of course. On the flip side squirms a painted worm and bouncy butterfly among blooming blossoms. I truly love making random things for friends.

Another make-in-one-evening creation. A bachelorette party sash for Barbara. I fashioned up a dick-in-the-ear scuba style bouquet sash of sorts. When the dick is pulled out of the ear there’s a trickle of pee. When the trickle is yanked it becomes a golden shower. Untie the pouchy nut sack and semen release, of course. On the flip side squirms a painted worm and bouncy butterfly among blooming blossoms. I truly love making random things for friends.

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 What do you do if you only have an hour to slap together the ugliest sweater for a holiday party? Locate the closest thrift store and grab the first thing that catches your eye. I reached for a dog/cat sweatshirt and a granny toy doll. Little granny was quite polite to everyone and in return received plenty o drinks, kisses and puffs throughout the night. Who knew lil granny could party so hard?

What do you do if you only have an hour to slap together the ugliest sweater for a holiday party? Locate the closest thrift store and grab the first thing that catches your eye. I reached for a dog/cat sweatshirt and a granny toy doll. Little granny was quite polite to everyone and in return received plenty o drinks, kisses and puffs throughout the night. Who knew lil granny could party so hard?


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 Created softball cards for Por Que No and a reversible baseball card photo booth for two of my favorite local softball teams.

Created softball cards for Por Que No and a reversible baseball card photo booth for two of my favorite local softball teams.

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 My old colleague, Brandon sent me Queen’s Day images. We were working out of a studio in Amsterdam, NL at the time.  Brandon had to extend his stay around  Queen’s Day , a huge national holiday where people dressed in orange, the national color.  I decided he needed an outfit for the occasion. After discussing the type of outfit he liked (a one piece dare devil), we made a trek to the outdoor fabric market, borrowed another colleague’s machine and I sewed away. Ribbons of red, white, blue were pulled from toy medals and stitched to the sides of the outfit to represent the Dutch national flag. As an addition, I devised an insulated bag he could use to tote his beer. I missed the holiday due to my art opening in Berlin. I heard it was epic and he had a fantastic time!

My old colleague, Brandon sent me Queen’s Day images. We were working out of a studio in Amsterdam, NL at the time.

Brandon had to extend his stay around Queen’s Day, a huge national holiday where people dressed in orange, the national color.

I decided he needed an outfit for the occasion. After discussing the type of outfit he liked (a one piece dare devil), we made a trek to the outdoor fabric market, borrowed another colleague’s machine and I sewed away. Ribbons of red, white, blue were pulled from toy medals and stitched to the sides of the outfit to represent the Dutch national flag. As an addition, I devised an insulated bag he could use to tote his beer. I missed the holiday due to my art opening in Berlin. I heard it was epic and he had a fantastic time!

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