Sunday, September 16, 2007
Clay is a scary driver, period.
The long and winding road to Chapel Hill.
Donnie and I walked to Angela's once we got there.
But she doesn't like pictures so I just took more of Donnie.
The Gondoliers drove the crowd mad.
Clay was WASTED after being there for maybe 3 mins but it was his birthday, I think.
Beer was consumed.
The Black Lips.
They really are one of the best live bands!
Boy we were having some fun, my feet were bleeding I danced so hard.
They killed it, best show I've seen in a long time.
Donnie and I with Old King Cole Younger.
Old fashion Sprite maker.
It was Blake's birthday too, so his baby brother came out.
By this time Clay was basically the walking birthday corpse.
Tine and Ian of the Black Lips.
Clay became the most hilarious angry drunk ever.
But he still had bursts of love and happiness through his rage.
We were.... well let's just say "HUNGRY" and waffle house did the trick.
Most surreal gas station ever, it looks like a painting.
I was so worn out, after such a wonderful advennture.
A couple days prior to the art show I had my first wet dream EVER!
Sara Ford's artwork.
Donnie and my mom enjoying the awesome food made by Holly.
Soup in front of Holly's piece.
I was suprised so many people came out, Thanks for the support.
Jeff and Soup discussing Vans.
Drew and Donnie reading the journal I published, and they're still for sale...wink wink.
The wonderful Taylor Williams and her guests.
Noah and I warping at lightspeed.
The collection of portraits I did.
Thomas Berkau's paintings, well aren't they just adorable!
Eric Supil's polaroid piece.
Last minute edition of Chris Slezak's drawings, he's quite the renaissance man.
The great Troy Lee's photography, check out his website for better images...tleephoto.com.
A few more of my drawings.
Taylor Williams' portrait of her brother, that got nicknamed the"good" painting.
Donnie Doolittle's ink sketches.
Another by Donnie Doolittle.
I'm gonna miss Taylor while she's away but I'm glad we had a chance to do this together before she went overseas.