Saturday, December 20, 2008

The best news EVER!!!!!!!!!!

I am okay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

After more tests, they've concluded that I have an abnormally large Arachnoid Granulation on the right side of my brain. I am not going to need brain surgery or die!!! Such a tremendous sigh of relief- contrary to the last few days spent between tests, crying and planning my living will (and death) with my husband (who was THE perfect husband the entire time).

Not fun.

So what does this mean to me and my health?
I'll live dammit!!! That's what the hell it means!!!! But we still don't know what caused my stroke, and why I suffer from some vision distortion in my left eye (maybe an after effect of the stroke itself) and why I get debilitating migraines. Something is wrong- but we will eventually exhaust every test until we find out what has happened and why. Once accomplished, I will beat the piss out of whatever it is.

Because I am strong like that.

When you face the things I have faced in the past few weeks (especially the last few days) you find out just what you are made of. Some people wince and cry in a corner; others get strong and tough. I am pleased to announce that I am the latter of the two. Don't get me wrong- I cried, but I was unafraid to face death. Really. I don't want to die...I was just far less afraid then I thought I would be.

I am alive and doing well (just call me Strokey McGee!!).

Now, to you all who have read my blog, written me and said prayers:
I love you all. Every damn one of you!!!!! A zillion thanks to those who have sent me positive thoughts. I felt them! I swear I did. You have made me feel like if I died, I had at least touched the lives of a few. And believe me, that means a lot when you reflect on your time spent here on earth. I thank you from the bottom of my heart, you are all such beautiful people. xoxo

Well now I'm all mushy, and that's a good time to say thanks again for the prayers....

It worked.

*the above photo is my new doll face Maya, She is a face 2/Tami from Realdoll. I took this photo the night before my MRI/MRA (I did it just in case I couldn't shoot a doll for awhile). Don't count me out just yet!!!

Thursday, December 18, 2008

My Epicenter.... broken.

After my MRI and MRA today, I was told I have a blood clot in a vein on the right side of my brain. The doctor debated hospitalizing me, but decided being home is best for tonight. tomorrow in the early morning I will have another test to allow them to look at every vein in my brain. Currently the clot threatens my vision in my left eye...

I am scared shitless.

*the above photo is of me, taken this Monday after my EEG. The Technician was from Romania, and I am OBSESSED with "Vlad The Impaler"...needless to say this photo shows me in a happier space in time.

Monday, December 8, 2008

The day that changed my life...

A day much like today, except it was a little later in the morning and I was totally clueless that my life was about to change.

Last Tuesday (12/02/08 to be technical) I went to my sink to make a pot of coffee. Without warning, my left arm went wonky. I couldn't feel it. Cold sweats, dizzy, labored breathing- my head felt weird...I had to sit down. Even my bowels became loose. I was terrified and aware of what was happening and trying not to freak out- but I was convinced I was having a stroke.

I was.

The Doctor referred to it as a TIA Stroke or Transient Ischemic Attack. It is a bona-fide stroke, but fortunately it is one that has no lasting effects. My uncle had a major stroke by the time he turned 50. But I am 37. The chances of a reoccurrence within the first month is 4-8%, within the 1st year is 18%. Many people who suffer a TIA stroke, suffer a much larger stroke sometime within their life.

I don't have much to say, as I am totally freaked out and very upset by this. Heart disease runs in my family...I would be lying if I said I wasn't terrified...

I am.

What if I can never press the shutter on a camera? Or lift my dolls for a shoot? Or have a baby? Or live to see 50?

I don't want to die, I'm too young. I have things to do.

*the above photo is of my three dolls. I had four but gave one away, somebody said I would have good Karma. yeah right.

Thursday, December 4, 2008

HBO's "Real Sex"...

They've been talking to me about participating in a segment on silicone love dolls...

Pretty fucking full circle, huh?

After all, that is where I first heard of these beautiful things, known as Realdolls. Who knew a decade later I would be working with a few different doll manufacturers as the premier sex doll photographer.

As as wise man once said:

Life is good...

*the above photo is of my newest concubine, Shane. She is the "Stacy" face from Realdoll, and you can see more of her at

Monday, November 24, 2008

Tia and Suki...

...part deux.

Because this one is my favorite.

*the above photo is of Tia and Suki doll.

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Haute Couture...

...okay, not really. But it does remind me of something you might see in a French Fashion magazine. Nipples and all...

Vive La France!!!!

*once again, the beautiful Suki doll

Switchin' it up, huzza...

I was in the mood to shoot as if I were doing a celebrity portrait, maybe a pretend Blender magazine cover, or Giant magazine. Hey! Don't laugh, I can dream can't I??? One thing that is a constant in my mind, is my desire to do highly stylized (i.e.jacked up) celebrity portraiture.

I would LOVE to shoot Lil' Wayne, or Jessica Simpson (yes, I said Jessica Simpson...she's hot- so fuck off!!!!) even a lesser known Cassie is on my "shoot wish list". Shooting celebrities will likely never happen for me, despite the fact that two celebrities live right in the apartment upstairs....why would they shoot with me? I have zero references from anybody who might be considered a celeb. So what's a girl to do?

Not much.

I can start to shoot some commercial shit. Say it with me folks, "Commercial Shit". Because that is precisely what commercial photography is to an artist. At least it's shit compared to...let's say fashion photography for instance- which tends to be highly artistic. I can safely assume a lot of my work is too edgy for most celebrities, though I do feel like musicians are a bit more open minded when it comes to PR shots. Hence the desire to shoot for magazines like Giant or Blackbook. the never ending quest to become a well known and desired photographer, I must shoot for the masses. I used a model I have shot with before and I totally made her look like a quasi pop star. Since these days almost every magazine is using white seamless, I whipped out my paper and went to town.

This is the result:

I am sure there are ten thousand things wrong with it...but I love these photos none the less.

*the above photo is Tia, and in case you're too old to know what's on her's called a grill, or GRILLZ! And they have been around for a very, very long time. I love grillz. Hell, I liked em' back when they were called "fronts".

AND...............just so your head doesn't hurt from the commercial stuff, here is Tia in an artsy photograph:

*the above photo is Tia with my doll Suki. Suki is available @

Tuesday, November 11, 2008


...hurt me baby girl! This is Carolyn. She is 18. She is perfect.

that's all.


Monday, November 10, 2008

and then there was...

*the above art was done by me while I had the flu this past week. Ramona was a girl in my gym class when I was in High School- I still paint her to this day. She was absolutely flawless, like a living doll.

Monday, November 3, 2008

I Love Leon Washington...

At 5'8" and 202lbs. (small in stature according to industry standards), number 29 of the New York Jets is by far my FAVORITE player!!!! He is such an amazing talent- smart, fast, determind. I worship the guy...

...that's all I wanted to say.
: )

*the above photo is my silicone Japanese goddess, Suki.

Hiroo, you rock!

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Olives in your anus...

Did you ever have a waking fantasy? I have them often, I'm demented because of this- so I'm hoping I'm not alone. I have noticed one thing: the less sex I get, the more frequent my fantasies become. Here is a perfect example of a waking fantasy....

My husband (who I am still attracted to, despite the fact it's unrequited) came into the kitchen to grab a handful of Calamata olives (hey, we're Italian!). He had a faux-hawk from sleeping, and two day facial stubble...pure hotness! The sick bitch I am, I pictured him naked on all fours on the kitchen floor while I slowly put olives in his asshole. I actually bursted out with laughter, he asked me what was so funny and I told him.

He was not amused.

*the above photo is my new doll from a Japanese company called 4Woods, I have named her Suki...and she is obscenely hot. Like wow hot. See the 4Woods line up of dolls here, soon my photos will be featured on their website too:

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Word up!

...saw this headlining on AOL today and I couldn't agree more. They can start by finally publishing my Employee of the Month feature, as a doll photographer. Or they can publish a doll pictorial shot by me (they have a mock up of my book and Hef is scared of the dolls!). Anyway, here is the article (click the pic for full size):

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

sexual dirt...

...this series is as raunchy as it gets. But you won't see it here. I shot this series of a RealDoll ™ with a realgirl a few months ago, and only recently got around to retouching the final edits. I still have seven more to go before I am done!! These are by far the naughtiest photos I have EVER taken, and the model is STELLAR for having the guts to do things like this. Her name is Isobel Wren, and she has a pay site bearing the same name. I assume that these photos will be available to view for a membership fee, and deservedly so!!!

I have to take a breather between retouching the photos...hell, I have to take a cold shower!!!!!

is it hot in here?

*the above photo is Isobel Wren , and the series is actually in color. You can see LOTS more of Isobel @

Tuesday, October 21, 2008


...for the advise and kind words everybody. It's nice to know you guys are out there and that some of you can relate. Those that can't- you're better off!!! Anyway, the husband and I are still all weird...I miss "us".

What the hell is happening?


Let's move on shall we???? I want to talk about my newest doll face. She is a BoyToy seasons, Autumn. I received the first one, with the task of photographing her for the BoyToy website ( I will confess right now, that I think this is the prettiest doll face I have seen yet. She reminds me of so many beautiful faces that I have seen before all rolled into one. Her wide set eyes are very Kate Moss, and the fact that they're light brown adds to the dreamy look.

* the above pics are of my newest hussy, Roxanne Malone.

Sunday, October 12, 2008

deeper into the abyss...

Sometimes things just go wrong. Not because of any fault of your own- they just do.

I don't know why I give a shit, but tonight something happened that I found to be very hurtful. First a brief history lesson: I grew up in Brooklyn and we were never rich. In New York city the rich rub noses with the rich, the poor, and everything in between. Currently I live in a wealthy area of NYC where people have more money than you can fathom. I don't fit in with the label whore/ Park Ave. Princess type rich folk, because in my core, I still feel like the girl from Brooklyn who never had too much (or even enough for that matter).

Cut to tonight...

In the local gourmet grocery store armed only with a gold American Express, I bought some groceries for tomorrow. Maybe because it was 11:30 at night, maybe because I was wearing sneakers and jeans. Regardless, I don't know why but the lady accused me of using stolen credit cards. I was never so instantly angered and hurt all at once. Why did she assume I was a criminal? Could she tell underneath it all that I was just a poor kid from Brooklyn? She told me she would no longer accept credit cards from me.

There I was in jeans and sneakers, wearing 2 karat diamond earrings and a wedding band that would blind you. Unconfident (from my recent bout of depression) and shaken I yelled at her, "Are you kidding me? Lady, I'm rich!". Just then my doorman came in (his shift wasn't for another 30 minutes). I felt like an asshole for saying that- but I was really hurt and extremely embarrassed. That has never happened to me in my life. Not even when I actually was broke.

I left the store and began to cry on my walk home. When I came in and tried to tell my husband what happened, he didn't even look up from his newspaper to feign interest. I didn't get four sentences out, or to the part where she was horrible to me. I just stopped talking, left the room and went into my studio. I began to cry so hard it hurt my tummy, and he still never came out to see what happened (even though I prefaced the whole thing with, "something awful just happened to me"). Couple that with the sex that I get once a month, and you'll know why I'm a mess right now.

I used to be forbidden to discuss my marriage here in this blog, but he doesn't even read it anymore.


*the above photo is of Amy again...she has that whole Marilyn Monroe thing going on in this photo- a certain vulnerability we all have.

Friday, October 10, 2008

"Just the facts, ma'am"

So now that the issue of Park magazine, which has my feature in it is officially over- I will post the interview in it's entirety. Especially for those that do not read or speak French. This was the questionnaire as it appeared when I replied to the lovely Sandra via email. Since the article has been published, two things have changed- I have turned 37 and Penthouse published 4 solid pages of my photos and didn't credit me once...but Penthouse is a disgusting piece of shit rag anyway!

Park: Stacy, who are you ?
Me: I am an artist that grew up in New York City. I am a product of gentrification, pop culture, divorce and the public school system. I have no siblings and I am a solitude person.

Park: How do the "others" describe you ?
Me: I am often told I am a lot of fun and outgoing, as well as positive with a killer sense of humor. The worst thing ever said about me, is there is no filter between my brain and my mouth....which I suppose means I say a lot of stupid things!

Park: How would you like the others to see you ?
Me: I am not sure that I have thought about that...If I have to choose a way to be seen- it would as a visionary.

Park: How old are you ? Where do you live ?
Me: I am a 36 year old, married photographer who resides in Tribeca NYC. I currently have a cat- but we are trying for children!

Park: For how long have you been a photographer ?
Me: I was a film student at NYU, but I never graduated. I dropped out because the cost was too much for me to handle at the time. Sometimes I wish I had finished, maybe one day I will. I have been shooting for three years steadily, but really I have been shooting since I was a child. I still have photos I shot at around age 9 with a 110 mm camera. If you can believe it, the photos are of my Barbie dolls!!!!!!

Park: Did you have personnal shows ? If so, when, with wich art galleries ? What was the name of the exhibitions ?
Me: I have only been involved in group art shows. Here in the states, my art is considered erotic in nature and because it isn't shot in black and white it doesn't get treated as art....yet!!!! I am not really sure America understands my art. We [USA] as a country proclaim to be free- but the judgement made towards my art is so visceral- I find it scary at times.

Park: Where have your REALDOLL pictures been published ?
Me: I have been published mostly in Europe, but have had my work published in "adult" magazines here in the states. I am currently awaiting to hear from Playboy as well as Penthouse- but I don't believe either magazine will have the guts to publish my doll photos. Playboy has been back and forth about publishing my photos for over a year.

Park: How many Real Dolls do you have ? 2 ? Since when ? Why ? Did you purchase them ?
Me: I have had two for awhile now. I originally began shooting a competitors doll which I purchased with the intent of using her in my photography. The doll weighed 130 lbs., and me being only 5'2" could not move her around. I was constantly injuring my back!!!! I was contacted by Realdoll, and offered a trade- the competitors doll, for a Realdoll. I jumped at the chance to own a Realdoll so I traded with them and I have never looked back! I once had a Realdoll with huge breasts, but sadly she was broken from all the posing for my photography- so I gave her away. She was replaced with one of the dolls I have now.

Park: How many Real Dolls faces do you have ? 6 it seems, and 30 wigs...
Me: I have 8 faces and all of them have names! I named them because I inherently believe that just about anything with a face deserves a name. Besides naming the faces, added a persona to them that would be followed through in their respective photo-shoots. I have well over 40 wigs (I just purchased 3 more the other day).

Park: How did you encounter with the Real Doll company ? Did they contact you to take pictures ?
Me: I originally heard about Realdolls from a program on Cable television, called "Realsex" on HBO. I fell in love with them immediately and vowed to eventually own one. Eventually I went to the Adult Entertainment Expo held in Las Vegas every January. I bought my first Realdoll on the spot. She was a face 14 body 2, named Taylor Nishino. She still holds a special place in my heart! The company had seen my photos on the internet and emailed me about possibly working together. I called them, and the rest is history.

Park: What is the name of your Real Dolls ? Jaime, Ashley... How do you see them ? Only as dolls ?
Me: Naming Realdolls is a lot of fun! My dolls names are: Taylor Nishino, Tabitha Leone (she is the one I had to give away but the new owner kept her name) Tanya and Daniella Deville (they're sisters but they are different faces), Tiffany Keller, Ashley and Jamie Anderson (again, sisters but they're different faces) and Hana Samoza. Although I name the dolls, I only see them as objects- much in the same way men have affection for their cars. I have always been a fan of dolls, even as a child.

Park: Are your Real Dolls always an object of desire ? Are they, for you, always associated with erotica ou sexuallity ?
Me: My dolls are never an object of desire. For me, they are inspirational- I liken them to muse material for my art. I can look at them objectively, they're beautiful but I cannot get aroused by them.

Park: Do you speak to them while shooting ? Do they answer ?
Me: I do not speak to them ever really...I occasionally bump into a doll, and find myself apologizing- but than I laugh at myself for talking to them!!!!

Park: Are your Real Dolls a projection of yourself ? More than a "living model" would be ?
Me: I don't think the dolls are always a projection of myself- but a therapist might disagree. Sometimes I am really connected emotionally with the photos I have shot of the dolls, but other times my doll photos are just eye candy. I will say with complete candor, that I objectify the dolls much in the same way that I and millions of other women are objectified.....with a camera.

Park: When ever you're sad, or feeling blue, or totally dark, can you express it through your pictures of Real Dolls ?
Me: I find that photographing the dolls is one of the best ways to work out emotions. The inability to change the dolls expression makes it challenging, but I somehow seem to get that emotion across with lighting and small nuances.

Park: What did you feel the first time you touched the skin of a Real Doll ?
Me: I thought they felt cold and sticky- but the breasts were squishy like real breasts. It was very interesting, because I never even thought about the fact that they were cold so it shocked me a little bit. But I wanted one- cold or not!

Park: Where are your Real Dolls when you don't shoot them ?
Me: Generally it's best to keep the dolls hanging when not in use- but I move them around enough that they are never in one place for too long. Currently one of my dolls is in great need of repair. She is downstairs sitting nude in a chair over looking the billiard table. My other doll is sitting on the couch.....nude of course.

Park: What did you feel when you went to the Real Dolls company for the first time ?
Me: The first and only time I have ever been to the factory, was to shoot the dolls for the Realdoll website. I enjoyed meeting the folks who make the dolls- they are such an amazing group of people. There is a true feeling of camaraderie amongst doll people....even those that create them. When I left the factory, I had wished I owned every doll and face they had.

Park: Was it scary ? Wonderfull ? Did you feel you were among life or death or neither ?
Me: I am always amazed that people are afraid of the dolls. There is nothing scary to me. When I was a teenager, there was a store named Alexanders, that was going out of business. When they were having their last clearance sale, I asked how much for a mannequin? The man at Alexanders offered me six mannequins for $200- I begged my mom for the money and bought them. I had the mannequins in my bedroom until I was old enough to move out on my own, where the mannequins were placed sporadically around my apartment. I suppose I was preparing myself!!!! I have never thought of dolls or mannequins as dead people. Dead people are gross looking, the dolls are beautiful and most embody youth at its finest.

Park: Would you have a Real Doll made at your image ?
Me: I would not make a doll in my image if the only option was my current age! I would however, love to have a doll that looked like me in my prime...I modeled and was quite cute back then! I am sure my husband might actually find interest in the doll if it looked like me (he is totally indifferent to the dolls and has no desire to deal with them in any way....sadly!)

Park: How many minutes/hours to make a photo of a Real Doll ?
Me: A doll photo-shoot can take anywhere from 1 hour to 6 hours. I once worked on a photo that had two dolls in it. The dolls were in crazy poses that dolls shouldn't do. One doll was pulling the other dolls hair, and the dolls were falling over. When one doll was perfect, the others arm would drop. Nothing was going right and I was perspiring and cursing- but I got the shot. One shot after almost six hours, very frustrating. Had it been real girls, the shoot would have been over in 20 minutes.

Park: What do you prefer ? To shoot Real Dolls or "living" models ?
Me: I love shooting them both equally. They are so different to shoot, but the dolls take a lot more time, energy, and patience. With the dolls you have to be prepared to change your vision because of their inability to do certain poses. Humans are way easier to shoot.

Park: Do you think your art is to be published only in "sexy" magazines ?
Me: I certainly hope not. I have decided to shop my art around a lot more this summer. I have plans to visit some galleries here in nyc, as well as in California. I also am working on a book- which I hope to have published in this lifetime!

Park: What are you the most ? A Real Doll lover or a photographer ?
Me: I am a Realdoll Photographer. Hands down.

Park: What are your other projects ?
Me: I am currently working on some beauty/fashion stories with the dolls and plan on getting them published here in the states. I believe that if I remove the sexual aspect of the dolls- the USA will be more open to them. Once they accept them, I will open the flood gates and drench them with my edgier stuff!

*the above photo is Ami Lynn...a bona fide M.I.L.F if I ever saw one!!!! Her husband is icky, sweep her off her feet guys!!!

Thursday, October 2, 2008

I Love Dolls...

I don't give a fuck...I do.

Having spent almost every day since my birthday inside the apartment in a bona-fide funk, I have regained my appreciation for dolls. It never left, mind simply took a back seat to my photographing humans. I want desperately to photograph people, but I get nothing from it except a myriad of bills. Nobody wants to pay me to photograph shit- except doll companies. That's fine...

for now.

Somehow, I have to make my way out of this funk. It's a solitude one, and I am not embracing it. It sure let's you know who your true friends are though...

*the above doll is my BoyToy Doll with a new face named, Gia DeLuca. She is a Miss March and can be purchased from

Monday, September 15, 2008

Belly Laughs...

...feel so good!!! I usually get a good belly laugh out of Family Guy. But the little ballet dance her ankles do before she actually falls really is funny. She looks like a back-up dancer for James Brown!

Sorry if you've already seen this (it's old news already), but I just had to share!!!

***Video removed by me!!! Sorry, but it was on a continuous loop- and therefore VERY fucking annoying***

Wednesday, September 10, 2008


...doesn't disappear with age- the definition just shifts a little bit.

It's official. I am 37 today.

37 years old and I still play with dolls. Like Veronica (my BoyToy hussy).

Here I am yesterday morning, no photoshop, the shitty little built in camera on my computer.

Just me, the last day I was 36 years old.

Friday, September 5, 2008

Meet George Jetson....

...daughter Judy.

I don't have too much to say...I wish I did though. I am headed to Florida to watch my revamped Jets take on the revamped Dolphins. It's funny because if you know anything about football, you know what's going on. The best part is we bought our tickets when Pennington was still bleeding green. He'll be missed, but this is the Favre era, and we are long overdue...

Oh, bring us to the promise land Favre....

*The above photo is the awesome little Lauren- who has the potential to be my muse. She inspires me (I am a sucker for platinum blonde). I got her a casting with Playboy magazine, wish her luck!!!!

Friday, August 29, 2008

Playboy Glamour 101...

BoyToyDolls™ Miss July. imitating life.

*the above photos are Veronica Hart proving she is indeed a hussy doll.

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

My New Hussy....

Her name is Veronica Hart. Apparently this was an 80's porn star I know nothing of! But the name fits, and so it stays. She's a Boy Toy Doll, and she is Miss July. Boy Toy Dolls are created by the same artist who created RealDolls. The photos on the website ( are NOT mine. I repeat the pics on the Boy Toy website are NOT mine. They should be, but they're not...

Regardless, she is hot and I adore her to pieces.

Monday, August 18, 2008


I FINALLY convinced my husband to buy some art.

Some time last year, we were walking on Lincoln Road in Miami and I saw art that made me stop dead in my tracks. It was a piece done by artist Colin Christian. It was a seven foot statue made of fiberglass and silicone. She was a space girl with a fetish twist and I was in LOVE!!!!!! Well, a few weeks ago, my husband and I were walking on Spring Street in SoHo and saw some of Colins work in the Opera Gallery. I'll be didn't really take much convincing to get my husband to buy some art on the spot.

I simply referred to "exhibit A"; when the hubs and I first fell in love, we were (not surprisingly) in SoHo at the POP Gallery and I saw a painting that was a little over $3000, it was small and he could not conceive buying something he knew with certainty, that I could paint on my own for $50 bucks...

Turns out it was a Jeff Koons.

kill me now.

It's worth so much more today, that when I think about it- my stomach gets all squishy. He didn't listen then- but he listened now. Most importantly we listened with our hearts. Because even if Colins work never appreciates, we absolutely derive joy from his beautiful art.

*the above photo is a wall sculpture by artist Colin Christian entitled, "S-mokin" and it proudly hangs on our wall.

Friday, August 15, 2008

Free Fuck Pass...

Yeah. Makes for a weird blog title, huh?

I'll explain...

My hubby and I have an ever changing list of five names. This is the list of people, where if given the opportunity to fuck them- we can. They have to be celebrities of sorts (best friends and siblings are deal breakers!!!) or well known models. Anyway, the list is ever changing and my list has finally gotten some new names on it! Here is the abridged version 2.0 in ascending order:

5) George Clooney (he is a classic)
4) Pamela Anderson (circa 1990's)
3) Seth Macfarlane (creator of Family Guy)
2) John Mayer (singer/artist)
1) Jack White (singer/artist/genius)

I wonder what my husbands list is looking like these days...

*the above photo is Dolce shot in Tribeca, nyc

Sunday, August 3, 2008

Spit me out...'s okay. You don't have to love me.

I've cried over you my whole life. I know you have so much pain inside- I wish I could take it away. If I could heal your hurt, I would. But now that I know what true love is, I want to mend you for my own selfish reasons.

You don't have to love me.

Mom, are you listening?

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Park º 5...

Park Magazine issue º5 has hit the newsstands, and there is an 8 page feature on my work!!! I am very excited because this is a beautiful publication. There is another artist featured in this issue who has his roots in graffiti. Growing up listening to hip hop, and living in Brooklyn has given me a profound appreciation for the art form. I have always LOVED well done graffiti. The artists name is Bom-K and he is genius. See his awesome work here:

I would like to give a special thanks to Sandra (who happens to have an extremely sexy voice) Thank you Sandra!!!!!! You are an absolute angel- and when you come to nyc, I would love to buy you lunch!

See the issue of Park º5 here:

(scroll down for my stuff)

*the above photo is Isobel Wren and Ashley Anderson, doing what girls do...