Cheese or font? I was surprised by how often I got that question wrong!
Revel in the tales of the cutest. Rust monster. EVER on Rusty and company. Just trust me--go back to the beginning and read the whole thing. :)
Edgar Mueller is an amazing street painter--his art really has to be seen to be believed, though thankfully, he has both photos and YouTube videos on his site. I am reminded of going to Devil's Moon, and wandering the rain-slick streets, looking down at the puddles that reflected the buildings overhead.
And Alberto Ferretti has created a First Life "Goddess gown that could walk right into Second Life. (And thanks, Miss Tanarian, for the tip!)
Jinx Paz, owner of Le Cimetiere, held a party tonight celebrating four years of operation and lunacy.
I won't even try to identify everyone in the pics; there were way too many...
(Burnt zombie on the chainlink.)
(Another zombie who didn't make it.)
(Party at the end of the world.)
(One of the DJs of the evening with the green raver glow, Mr Widget, who has the wildest mix of mashups and just deranged songs I've heard, barring Edward Pearse. The two with the red hair behind him? Mm. Sphynx Soliel, on the left, and I.
(Sphynx is very, very tall.)
(More zombies who tested the perimeter...and failed.)
(One of the few zombies who made it in...but it was okay, he just wanted to party.)
(The catboi in indigo was VampireKiss Fairey, and he insisted that he was still a vampire even after transformation to purple...glowing...catboi...*coughs* He even left rainbow-colored pawprints when he walked anywhere.
(Further, your faithful respondent Sayeth Not.)
(Another of the DJs, looking quite fabulous in a Debbie Harry sort of way, and just to the right, Jinx Paz herself, in the allover tattoos and the striped leggings.)
It was a grand, grand celebration of everything Le Cimitiere is, and a perfect launch for their coming years of operation, oddly...Of course, past four ayem, the party started to get seriously deranged...references to zombies and demons very nearly stopped, and references to the OTO, Freemasonry, Unitarianism and the Church of Scientology went way up.
In weird, weird ways.
But hey, even that's part of it, right? Happy four years on the grid, Le Cim--long may you rave.