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Name: Tim Konspiracy
Gender: Male
Hometown: Mongrolvia
Home country: South Side, Chicago
Current location: Northeast Side, Los Angeles
Member since: Sat Sep 13, 2008, 01:46 AM
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I dedicate this to Sen Joe Manchin...

Connie Francis Heisser Sand German Deutsch 1966 CD Version

I have no idea what is going on here...if anyone can clarify what this is, I'd appreciate it.

How glass xmas ornaments are made + my xmas song...


Robert Williams - Robt. Williams...The Visual Adventures of...

...the guy who, in the early 60s, drew the iconic "Rat Fink" character for Ed "Big Daddy" Roth, the legendary car customizer of the day.

Includes a group show of artists influenced by Mr. Williams,, including my friend and heavily collected artist, Jaime "GERMS" Zacarias.

If you're in the area, and you go to the opening, I'll see ya there, masked.

The Monkees "As We Go Along"...

This tune includes Neil Young and Ry Cooder on guitars.

RIP Davy, Peter, Michael.

Long live Mickey!

"What Would Santa Do?" The Monkees...

RIP Davy, Peter, Michael...

Long Live Mickey!

They all will live forever in what turned out to be GREATNESS!

Clockwork Orange County Punk Rock Documentary [2012]

Posted by GReedDiamond | Sun Dec 5, 2021, 02:28 AM (0 replies)

Two new GERMS pieces acquired today...

...I have posted Germs stuff before, here's some more:

Lucha Mary, acrylic on wood panel with vintage frame. Framed size 10" x 15".

Cyclops, acrylic on wood panel with vintage frame. Framed size 5 3/4" x 6 3/4".

GReedDiamond (left) and Germs, (right), 11/25/2021.

Watch the premiere of "Divine Tides" in a few minutes on YouTube...

...8:30 Pacific Time, by my Grammy friend Ricky Kej and Stewart Copeland...yes, that Stewart Copeland, drummer of The Police.

Remember the "Ed Hardy" trendy fashion craze from around 14 years ago?

Back in 2007 I was loaned original art by (Don) Ed Hardy, the legendary tattoo artist, in order to scan the art to produce limited edition digital (giclée) prints on paper.

Last night I opened a flat file drawer that I hadn't been in since around that time, and I found a forgotten trove of art prints by DEH, my friend the painter "Germs" and some other artists.

The Hardy editions were limited to 100 signed/numbered prints, with some printer's proofs and "BATs" (Bon A Tirer, which means good to print). Here are five Don Ed Hardy prints that I made back then:

I'll probably post the Germs stuff later, in case anyone's interested.

And, for the record, I don't have any tattoos.

NOTE: Edited again to remove the unintended annoying smilie faces that show up when a right parentheses is used.
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