Would you care to listen?
I’ll try to make as much sense as possible. Though I may most probably fail.
I have my headphones on right now, though no music is coming through. That’s why I can still hear is the whizz of the fan not far to my left and the clack-clacking on my keys as I type these random words. I’m no writer. I’m not good at development at all of any kind. For a moment, I may be talking about something then babble about something else in the next. I have no idea where the ‘words’ will lead me. All I know is that somehow, this should end. It may be sudden. It may be slow. It may be painstaking or surprising. Though which, I have no idea.
My writing also reflects my life, I guess.I’ll never completely admit it to myself, but it’s the only thing that will always remain true. I’m not strong enough to face the fact that my writing isn’t as good as I want it to be, pretty much like my life.
Of course this is not to say I should stop writing. In fact, I should more persistently continue weaving words into poetry or prose, hoping that one day, the product makes sense. My writing may as well be threads that will one day be loomed into beautiful fabrics. Yards of which might be used to make clothes, rugs, curtains—pieces of art no one ever thought an insignificant fiber can ever be turned into or be part of.
The Museum of Death is a self guided tour, lasting approximately 45 minutes to an hour, but those who can stomach it may stay as long as they’d like. At $15 a ticket (with free parking), you can enjoy an entire section dedicated to Charles Manson, the severed head of serial killer Henri Landru, original crime scene photos from the Black Dahlia murder and much much more. This place is a serious trip. There’s nothing else like it. Go.
Address: 6031 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA
I know I want toI love when this appears on my dash. I want to go there so fuuuucking bad!!!!
it is so badassUgh, I’ve still never gone. Need to go asap.
Klemt is a Limoges, France based artist and illustrator. You can check out more of his illustrations on WE AND THE COLOR.
"Finally i can photobomb myself!" “Benedict’s figure will be ‘premiere ready’, showing the actor looking impeccably groomed in a stylish dark suit. His immaculate red carpet style will be paired with a warm and relaxed expression, and his famous tousled hairstyle. Work on the figure is well underway, and the actor has been heavily involved with the creation process. Benedict has given two sittings for our talented studios team, during which hundreds of precise measurements and numerous photographs were captured to be used by our sculptors and artists. “Finally I can photobomb myself!” joked Cumberbatch. “What a weird and wonderful compliment to be included in the ranks of talent already committed to wax. I’ve been accused of being wooden in my work but never waxy! The main privilege for me was the process and seeing the amount of exacting work and skill brought to every detail of this art form. It is a wonderful combination of old and new, hi-tech and lo-fi skills. Measurements, hand inserted individual hairs and sculpted features. As a subject, you stand still surrounded by sculpters, painters, photographers, measurers and a whole army of people who bring together your likeness… it’s an extraordinary experience. Also my agents will be thrilled, they’ve wanted a clone of me for some time!” Benedict’s figure will be the latest British star to join our A-list line up, and will take up residence in October, alongside fellow Brits Judi Dench and Kate Winslet, as well as a host of Hollywood names from Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, to Julia Roberts and Johnny Depp. More at the website.
a Madame Tussauds waxwork figure… o_O