I got kind of sick of my digital SLR, that's why I didn't post anything lately. I just didn't feel like taking photos with it, it's big and heavy and the photos don't feel real to me lately. However, I started taking photos with my Holga and disposable cameras again and this weekend I developed some photos of this month.
The Holga photos, I put them here because I think Marlene will like them, as it was an old film from back in 2008, when we used to live together here in Tokyo. Don't know if you remember any of those photos, I could only remember the gun Simon brought that one night haha
Anyway, I tried to put them in order a little bit, oldest to newest..kinda
Shopping for mothers day
We made a party on mothers day at Hiros place, then this guy came and oh my god..he was the drunkest person I've ever seen. We watched the STORY OF ANVIL!!! which is just...best. Like really.
I meant it when I said he was the drunkest guy I've ever seen.
haha I made.
I couldn't stopb laughing when I went to pic up these photos.
Ok so the next pictures are from last weekend. My friend Edern got his new apartment. It's such a cute little place in an awesome area called Yoyogi. So of course we had to do our first home party! There were still no furniture inside, so we just sat on the floor.
Good vintage shop in Kouenj.
French-monkeys came to Tokyo for a while.
And he doesn't really know if he wants to be Harry Potter or Spiderman.
He looks so funny when he's eating!
So around 12 I left for Hiros place for the house party after party and vodka jelly!
Actually we met to make the covers for Risas first mix CD. Well actually they met..I just came to hang out. But because I liiiiike silk screening so much I helped as much as I could!
I love this photo. It's silk screen not..when your dirty mind was thinking!
Such a cute photo of Risa and Pencil!
And now the Holga shots of 2008
Prada BLDG Aoyama
Some stuff and a gun.
Oh yeah they are super blurry and yes I know, you can overdo double-exposure.
It's golden week in Japan! One week of national holidays and the sun decided to be good to us, so every day really feels like on holidays! I don't feel like drying my hair in the morning, don't feel like using make up and I even started to wear bikini tops as underwear, always ready to jump into a pool haha
And for this mood I found the perfect shirt at American Apparel last weekend. The fit is just all I ever wanted from a shirt. Relaxed, easy and chic. Perfect for the summer! I also bought new sunglasses: I love the colors and the tone of the lenses sooo much.
As I said in my last post, I changed my hairstyle: Even though I kind of liked the "no-hairstyle"-style, I really missed my bangs a lot. But I'm especially happy about the color because it's finally back at my natural hair color, which, as one very clever and pretty friend of mine said a while back ago, not matter what you do with your look, will always fit you the best. I think she's right!
And this one is just for Marlene! Happy Birthday (again) my love!
Sunglasses - no brand, T - American Apparel
I kinda don't want to miss out on posting my favorite songs of the day when I'm blogging. Anyone cares about this? Well here we have Sonny J - Handsfree!
friday @ the wesc store opening. I was wearing my dad's jeans jacket, a laced dress by MONKI, Zara shoes.
Heya, this weekend screamed: "Marlenetage!" because I will be turning 23 tomorrow (or as I call it 17 for the 6th time) and so my friends and I had a fun time hanging out in Berlin. The weather was alright although the forecast said it was gonna rain and so we especially enjoyed the bar 25 on saturday evening to celebrate my friend Sila's birthday as well.
Yep, I got my sweet little PC back which I had to send in to get it repaired. Sorry for the three weeks absence from blogging (or even checking e-mails).
So this morning I woke up, giving my skin a little peeling-face mask-soymilk cream-boost and sitting down with my coffee, a good tune and my old friend the internet. Long time long time mate.
So even though I didn't take any photos, even though I got a new hair cut and color last week (soooo different), but I'd like to share this with you:
I was browsing through the Sartorialist, who seems to have been visiting Tokyo lately and found these shots he took at Bunka Fashion College. Right now I'm studying hard to be able to pass all the test to get into Bunka next year in April to study apparel design and as studying Japanese can be a real pain in the ass, I sometimes lose my motivation to sit down and write Kanjis over and over again. But every time I go to visit my friends at Bunka, or just go there to talk to the teachers or even if I only see, like in this case, pictures of it, I feel like all my motivation comes back and I think I totally can make it.