Thursday, August 20, 2009


I took this photo of my uncle's first dance with his wife at their wedding a couple weeks ago. Sometimes I think an abstract photo like this says more about the feelings shared between people, as opposed to a typical wedding photo: in focus with facial expressions. Their dance was beautiful, they took classes before hand so it was filled with fancy international waltz steps! A photo that didn't capture this feeling and motion would not have done the dance justice.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Shit Head

Found this carved into a curb from when it was wet. Pretty silly.

Monday, August 17, 2009

John Hostetter—Jonah's Cat's Art Gallery, New Smyrna Beach

"Space Crab" by John Hostetter

A few weeks ago my boyfriend and I travelled to Florida for a family wedding. We were lucky to stay in a beautiful condo right on the ocean in New Smyrna Beach. I collected a few fun things there that I'll talk about as I get to it, but first, below are some great images from Jonah's Cat's Art Gallery on Flagler Ave.

Flagler Ave in New Smyrna Beach is the major street that leads right to the beach. It has a bunch of really cute shops including a glass art gallery, pottery studio, and a few painting galleries.

John Hostetter, manager and artist of Jonah's Cat's Gallery (along side Samuel Ruder), was such an interesting guy to meet on vacation. We saw him out on the street near the bar Peanuts, getting things ready for his band's gig that night. Little did we know we'd run into him again at the gallery down the street that I had spotted the night before. It was fun to hear about his art, music, travels and more...

An interesting piece in his gallery was his painted laptop. Obviously I like art that can make you laugh, and this did that—hopefully the photos of Hostetter posing with the laptop at his desk did the same for you.

John Hostetter originally went to school for theatre, so if you're interested also check him out on

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Flea Market Finds

Interesting numbered brass tacks I picked up at a flea market a couple weeks ago for $1. Apparently these were used to identify screen doors, shutters, etc.