So over the next few weeks you will start to see a few changes around the meat blog. We have changed the url to the new www.meatzineblog.tumblr and had a play around to make it easier to use, and also a little bit sexier! We have also redesigned our Twitter and Facebook pages. Not to mention we are now on Instagram and Vine! Endless meat from all angles!
Keep your eyes peeled for some exciting news, as well as the new look blog and not to mention the new issue ‘meat fourteen’ out in September.
But if you can’t wait until then to feast your eyes on some prime meat, then head over to our next event 'Hot August meat' on the 15th of August at the RVT. We have an exclusive performance from Matt Alber where he will perform a full show featuring songs from his new album ‘Wind Sand Stars’ as well as classic hits including ‘The End of the World’. Followed by the meat dance party, featuring the meat boys and DJ legend Jeffrey Hinton.
We will tell you all about that in great detail very soon but for now head over to our Facebook event page HERE to find out more and grab your tickets.
Clement Chabernaud | Krizia Robustella Fall/Winter 2014 | 080 Barcelona Fashion
I just found a video of it. So here is the AMAZING Aphex Twin nailing his set in the Temple that I painted. YES. I was so fucking happy here. I can’t even!
So much to do. My flat is a mess and I have washing everywhere and I need to shower and I have work and I’m late and erection, erection, erection.
Easy on the cake, extra sodomy please. Trying to watch my figure. xoxox.
I love dicks.
I’ve had this massive list of things to blog about but I’ve been a lazy shit. One thing I wanted to share was this. Back at Glastonbury I spent a long time building and painting and artexing things. And this big monster was one of them! The Temple. This huge build was the Bain of my existence during the 2 weeks getting the common ready. However all that went out the window the moment I saw this. I think it was the Saturday night at around 3am. Up in that DJ booth is no other than Richard D. James, or Aphex Twin. I’ve always been a huge fan of his. And that night I got to watch him DJ in the set that I painted. It was incredible. Not only a highlight of my Glasto but a pretty cool highlight of my life! I’m pretty proud of that.
What a girl!
For a while now I’ve been blown away by Maiko Takedas work. The Japanese designer create these completely mind blowing headdresses made from acetate bristles. I’ve always been obsessed with masks or things that cover your face. There’s something rather disturbing and fascinating about not being able to see someone’s eyes, nose or mouth. Her work might be familiar, if you’re a regular to the blog. I blogged about Björk wearing one of the pieces during the Biophillia tour. She is currently one of the finalists in the ‘International Talent Support’ competition. I really hope she wins. She’s cool as fuck. The amazing photos are shot by Masaaki Sasaki for Dazed and Confused magazine. Head over to see the full interview and more amazing images o f Takedas work. (I really hope she wins!)