This original & framed collage by magic lady Melbourne Illustrator Beci Orpin is up for sale on Ebay as a part of the The Filipino Typhoon Benefit sale.
I found out about it via instagram (@sophiagracias) & I am bidding on more than 1 item but I have just been outbit on this and plan to keep going until I reach my max budget (might have to break the art budget for the month). I met her on the weekend and I was nervous to talk to her, so much so that I went silent and retreated into my shell.
You should take a look at the benefit auction, especially if you live in Melbourne, There is a $200 Cookie voucher & Toff tickets for 2 up for less than $120 right now. Bid! Bid! Bid!
The Filipino Typhoon Benefit will run on Sunday the 17th of November at The Beaufort, 421 Rathdowne Street Carlton. All money to be donated to Oxfam Australia’s Typhoon Haiyan appeal.
Cake books by Larissa Cox at Etsy Shop: BoundlessBookbindery
These are so good!
It is rainy today in Melbourne.
It’s raining, it’s pouring,
the old man is snoring,
he went to bed, but bumped his head
and couldn’t get up in the morning.
No Lights No Lycra tonight!
Cinema Tarantino: The Making of Pulp Fiction
Pulp Fiction was on tv last night, my sister linked me to this article and I read it while watching/listening. I listened to the soundtrack all throughout my final year of school, I used it to help me study, I know most of the songs word for word. You can listen to it here.
All I want to do today is watch ‘Looking for Alibrandi’, drink cider and eat rolled up ham and cheese.