please stay out

I hung out with my friend Sofia both yesterday and today. Last night was probably one of the most fun nights I've had this summer, which even I'm surprised about because we really didn't do anything. We ran into her older brother's friends while we were walking to my friend's old apartment (we were attempting to go to the roof and hangout -- I knew the code, but the mission was unsuccessful because we couldn't get to the stairs), so we ended up meeting back up with her older brother and his friends at her house and just hanging out outside. I think we all talked for an hour or two, about movies and music and life and our futures. It was probably one of the best conversations I've ever had, and it was even more amazing because her brother's friends had seen all the movies and TV shows that I am obsessed with, so we referenced up hella and bonded over being cultured about the same things.

I've learned that the best way to have a great time isn't to plan out what you're going to do, but just go with the flow and see what happens.

Today we just went around and took some photos. We (broke into?) a baseball field and took some shots and stole a few signs that we are planning on hanging in our rooms. 

I've also decided to cover my bedroom walls in bamboo panels.
Let's hope I actually do it.


Andrea Kozma

Kozma created these oil paintings to reflect her impressions and sensations after viewing autopsies for her studies.

I came across this series by Andrea Kozma and was immediately fascinated. I loved the colors and textures. The paintings really made me feel something, which I think is so special to find in abstract work since it's such an interpretive medium.

When I saw this first painting (below), I did not see it as a representation of the human form, but after reading Kozma's statement, I find it so interesting how much the human form shows through each painting. It's a beautiful representation of the human body, and it's a representation that I have not seen yet, but is one I find extremely beautiful and intriguing.

This is my favorite piece, Inside I. 

60 x 80 I

Untitled IV

Untitled II

60 x 80 IV

Inside II

60 x 80 V

Untitled III

60 x 80 III

60 x 80 II

Untitled I


livin in the haze

I LOVE SUMMER! The first couple photos are from when I hung out with my friend Michala. We got Puerto Rican food (yummm) and had a picnic. It was really windy and I flashed the world about a dozen times, but that's totally cool because who doesn't wear underwear these days? We took some quality snapshots and chilled and laughed and ate until our stomachs were screaming out in pain, and then we drove back to Michala's house and lay down on her bedroom floor, too lazy to move even when her tiny pug puppy started biting our feet.

 one of my best friends, Michala






masks at my friend's house

one of my other buds4life, Isa