As previously announced, this is my 2501st post which marks the unglamorous death of Thee WurzlTumblr.
My sincere apologies to everyone who has left questions that I haven’t answered yet, but I simply don’t have the time and nerves to spread my endless wisdom on this time-eating and creativity-draining platform. (Sorry, but it’s teh truth, yo!)
I will answer you via email some day soon. Or if you feel like contacting me directly, you can find my email up there in the header.
Anyhow, I won’t delete this blog since I - what else would you expect from me? - carefully arranged all the tags with thorough Swiss efficiency… Swifficiency…
to give you an illusion of a cosmic order so that you can enjoy the archives in topical order until the Return of the Messiah, me.
Personally, I’m particularly fond of the following collections:
- OH HAIs
.. and there’s more:
… oh, yeah.. and of course:
From now on, this blog will be used as an image hosting device for the official WurzelBlog so make sure you update your linklist, bookmark, RSS feed, standing order.
Love & monkey brains,
Right, so, as I mentioned in a previous post, I recently came to the conclusion that it’s about time for me to get my own little space for art and exhibitions.
I know this is not going to happen from one day to another and I’m also fully aware of all the competition around and the dire economic times, but heck, this is as good or bad as any time to start a business when you put a mind as determined as mine to it and if I never try, I will never know.
I have been wanting to get a shop/show room for a long time now and I know that I’m not the only one with such grand hopes but zero cash.
So here I am, asking you, fellow (preferably East) London creative/artist/designer/utopian to join forces with me and share a space for creative endeavours with me.
I’m looking particularly (but not exclusively) for:
- An artist in need of a studio
- A (fashion) designer in need of a shop space
- A creative hairdresser in need of a salon
- An (art) book/mag/graphic novel nerd/collector in need of a book shop
- A restaurateur in need of a small café
- A combination of the above
- Someone who already owns a space with a creative direction and wants to rent parts of it out
So if you’re any of the above or know of someone who is and if you have been wanting to have a space of your own for a while and are committed, trustworthy, hardworking and willing to make
human sacrifices, please get in touch so that we can discuss everything over a few cups of hazelnut soy latte.
With love & monkey brains,