Guilt, Regret, Embarrassment
Just got this in the mail today. Michael Fleming’s beautiful The Return of the Living Dead print. Limited edition, hand-numbered and signed by the artist. #1 of 20.
This piece was part of Ltd. Art Gallery’s B Movie Art Show. It looks like there are still a couple of these left (as well as some other amazing b-movie inspired original prints) at Ltd. Art Gallery’s website. You can get them framed or unframed, and shipping is usually just $2.95.
Or, if you live in Seattle, just stop by the gallery and see everything in person. 

Just got this in the mail today. Michael Fleming’s beautiful The Return of the Living Dead print. Limited edition, hand-numbered and signed by the artist. #1 of 20.

This piece was part of Ltd. Art Gallery’s B Movie Art Show. It looks like there are still a couple of these left (as well as some other amazing b-movie inspired original prints) at Ltd. Art Gallery’s website. You can get them framed or unframed, and shipping is usually just $2.95.

Or, if you live in Seattle, just stop by the gallery and see everything in person. 

Alcohol Funnycar - Burn
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Alcohol Funnycar “Burn”

This looks like a fun little fest. If you’re in Seattle, you should probably go.
(via Lizzie Huffman, Drag The River, Austin Lucas, Tim Barry to play Soundfest in Seattle | Suburban Home Records)

This looks like a fun little fest. If you’re in Seattle, you should probably go.

(via Lizzie Huffman, Drag The River, Austin Lucas, Tim Barry to play Soundfest in Seattle | Suburban Home Records)

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Nirvana “Lounge Act”

I don’t regret a thing.

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Juno "Venus on 9th Street"

Juno were a short-lived, late 90’s indie rock band from Seattle. They only released 2 albums (both on De Soto Records) before splitting in 2000. I got to see these guys open for Dismemberment Plan at a little coffee shop in Vegas in 1998 (I think) and they were incredible. “Venus on 9th Street” is from the band’s debut album, This is The Way It Goes and Goes and Goes.

She’s as happy as can be.
Or so she tells me.
Right? Right?
Isn’t that right?

Public Image Ltd. “Seattle”

So stoked to see these guys live in less than 3 weeks. I saw them on their last U.S. tour, way back in 1992.

"Palaces. Barricades. Threats meet promises…"