I was beyond excited to find a WARHOL exhibit in town last week and decided to stop by with a few friends to swoon and see for ourselves. Most find Warhol to be synonymous with bright semi repetitious pop art, but the pieces on exhibit from the mid 1980’s featured monochromatic themes exploring death, religion and consumer pop culture.
The first few shots were taken from highsnobery and the remaining were snuck via my camera phone, hence the awful lighting, positioning etc.
This last photo was taken in the bathroom, I couldnt help myself. xx
I could’ve sworn I was telling the truth when I told myself I didn’t miss you.
zuul // vice style // © dan wilton
and i think they are as real as they come…
CANT BE TAMED on repeat.makeshift studio in the living room and hanging out with my friends cobra starship with an appearance by kitters. xoxo
what it makes me feel.
you knew what you had…you just didnt know what itd be like to lose it.
Impromptu day trip down to San Diego with the girls just to get away from it all.
Packed Langston for the drive and que a dance party courtesy of Miley.
Parked the car downtown and explored only to get lost and walk in giant circles.
Devoured possibly the best tofu burrito via pokez and ventured over to Coronado.
May or may not have escaped a ticket for invading the naval base, rode the island and stuck out like sore thumbs apparently…
The rest of the night may be questionable among being unmentionable..but being with the girls and realizing satisfaction comes from the simplest of pleasures only proved we’re meant to be together.
reconnecting with old faces. driving off to strange places.
spread in japanese magazine HUGE ft. japanese brand, Hysteric Glamour.
As far as im concerned, you don’t exist and we never happened.
nothing else seems to matter when we’re all together.
i love my friends.xo
ive learned to let go. not dig so low.
care less.feel more. think less. learn more.
no wasting time. for time is precious.
today is now so dont look back.
look forward to tomorrow and not into the past.
Here are a few quick outtakes from a recent shoot for etsy shop: Highland and Ponce. Each garment is a hand selected one of a kind vintage pieces that have each been altered and revamped by local Long Beach native designer, Oni Johnson. We were relived that the recent rains had passed and were greeted by sunshine and clear skies. The chilly wind may not have been so dress friendly on my part, but the shoot was so much fun. A video + more photos to come. xo