We will lay waste to armies and burn cities to the ground.
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Iggy Skull Ring — Available in sizes 7-12
Seventeen Magazine cover 1946
One of my favorite movies of all time. You will love if: you dig impeccable 40’s vintage paraphernelia, crazy bitches, and Maine.
Leave Her to Heaven won the Oscar for Best Cinematography in 1945. Also, Martin Scorsese was quoted saying that this is one of his favorite films of all time and that Gene Tierney is one of the most underrated actresses of the Golden Era. Truth.
Old Hollywood films, united in a visual collage, and Iggy Pop, the musical glue that holds it all together. I always pictured myself listening to The Passenger, riding along the PCH, “He sees the winding ocean drive. And everything was made for you and me”. I finally got the chance last week, at a moment when I was reminded that things don’t often turn out as we expect or hope–but that doesn’t mean we should be left hopeless. “Just ride and ride and ride”…see what you can make for yourself.
That cold January LA night, I sat on a very empty Venice Beach for a while. Watching the sun sink slowly into the Pacific, I felt the darkness emerge and wrap around me like a cold, wool blanket. So I held onto that image of the drowning sun, so dim, a child would reject it as a nightlight, and I remembered that tomorrow it would once again rise bright, and that this raging discomfort was only an illusion.
Look at Johnny Depp…homeboy rocked scissors as hands. Yeah, his hands were comprised solely of shiny, sharp metal. That’s some next level shit. He wore them so well, they actually came in handy as a defense weapon for fighting off all women that were relentlessly trying to get into his pants, despite his digital dilemma. So cut the “all I wear is a watch” bullshit, guys. Jewelry is dope, and maybe you can be, too.