Once upon a time, on the courts of dodgeball, a boy met a girl…
Pete&Ju Against the World
They fell in love…
Pete&Ju – A Dodgeball Wedding
…and they dodged happily ever after.
Testing Testing – New Team
a 100 years of stomping
A wonderful time spent in very wonderful company. First time to Osoyoos and it was not a disappointment. Minus the sun burnt but I guess that was a blessing in disguise seeing as summer is still taking its time to come to Vancouver. Can’t wait until next year !
Scopophiliacs VS Best Buy photo competition
We’ve entered the technology growth platform photography competition. The 2012 theme is Boundless Humanity. Hard not be dramatic when you say BOUND-less humanity.
There were 27,000 photos submitted…team Cuttlefish FTW!
These were our submissions, cross your fingers for the short-list.
Thank you Fransico, Darl and Booboo Yeh for giving us another crack at this thing.
Idea: innovative; brainstorm; design; conviction; solution
Reach for the Sky: dream; ambition; thinking big; aspiration; new horizons
People should be able to find this!
Artscene in Vancouver
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3 days later and I’m still smiling like a doofus. If you have been within earshot you’ve heard me gush about my friends because they are soooo fricken fantabulous! Sandwiched in gyrations and love vibrations, I will never forget this Birthday. Ever.
Mc Ju, you are next. Game on.
Think that a Chapel is a little old building on a hill with a cross on it’s peak? Well, it normally is. But we are far from normal. Normal is in our rear-view mirror and fading fast. Why? Because we have a love that we can’t contain. We have a call that we can’t ignore, and we’re fed up with normal. Does that mean we’re crazy? We hope so. Crazy is freedom, crazy is passion, and crazy is living. Why? Because Jesus paid it all. We’re forgiven. Loved. Accepted. That’s crazy. And, when that sinks in, holding nothing back while praising him seems very, very normal. Crazy, right?
Imagine a family united in their beliefs, united in their passion and united in their goals. A place of spiritual revelry and of refuge. Welcome to Chapel.
Just finished new bath matts for the washroom.
Dancin in the kitchen!
Highlights of Canada Day Long Weekend:
What happens you when get past the need to achieve things and get caught up in loving the process of living life? Your functional memory gets spotty due to the lack of repetitive malcontent whinning; a method which serves for more perminant records of mundane events.
There is just more to smile about.
Drifting about in this condition has put perforations in my head. I guess it’s time to give my porous nogin a shake and see what falls out. Stay tuned for newb self taught animations from Porous Nogin Productions.
…on with this post!
Photos of a the first warm weekend this summer – From fresh fish at the Salmon Festival in Steveston, to Canada Day celebrations – live music and fireworks at Harrison Springs, passing by a creepy rundown barn and finding a rocking chair stuck upsidedown inside, then to Cultus slides and the lake for a picnic.
B.Y. – Heart you for musing me and keeping me from floating away.
The hardest part about describing your art is describing your art. Enter the Arty Bollocks Generator, a tool that will do all the work for you. Need an artist statement? An exhibition tidbit? Well just pop on over to the generator and in 1 second you`ve got your lifetime’s work of putting those words together a copy and paste away. Here’s an example of ours:
Scopophiliacs explores the relationship between the body and multimedia experiences.
With influences as diverse as Kierkegaard and John Lennon, new combinations are created from both explicit and implicit layers.
Ever since we were teenagers we have been fascinated by the ephemeral nature of meaning. What starts out as triumph soon becomes debased into a dialectic of temptation, leaving only a sense of chaos and the chance of a new synthesis.
As spatial forms become frozen through emergent and diverse practice, the viewer is left with an impression of the edges of our future.
We’ll never have to think about what we’re doing ever again!
Maybe this statement will appear in our about page…maybe.
Some weekends, it’s absolutely necessary to leave your man at home or on some golf course in a sausage cart and cuddle up with your power tools.
What made this a special edition spoon session was a collaborative effort by me ladies in a mission to meddle in Jons bid-ness, and make him a bench without evoking his anger.
So here is how it all went down.
Angis code name: Carebear alpha1
Louda code name: Sex Bomb
Mc Ju code name: Man eater
Jon no fun code name: eagle
The day was wet and few had proper shoes to climb up relatively vertical hills of wood chips but that did not stop the three models/photographers and the make up artist/photographer from posing with their fiercest faces. Scopophiliacs would like to thank Kaitlin Dion for her great work on the make up. This will not be a one time thing and we look forward to the next collaboration with her. Check out the results here!