Saturday, January 30, 2010
Went to Calgary last week to visit my cousin Mark and see some friends.
Had us a blast. Hung out with the Russell's and had some killer Calgary prime rib.
Also got to hang out and drink giant beer globes with my pals Dave and Charley from Fubar
Saturday, January 23, 2010
Friday, January 22, 2010
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
When I was in Ottawa I dug threw some of my old junk stored at the folks house.
I found these jems, tapes that I bought back in the day that survived all this time.
The AC$DC Powerage I listened to every day on my walkman. All threw one hellish winter when I was 16 working at the Dirty Bird. (KFC) I guess the real cool thing about these is that they are the actual tapes I bought back then and not a nostalgic e bay score or thrift store find. In a way, to me they are priceless. I still listen to this stuff, I never stopped. It's just cool to see it in this format again.
Monday, January 18, 2010
Wednesday, January 13, 2010
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Monday, January 11, 2010
Just realized today this is my 8th year in San Francisco.
When I first came here is was to do murals and paint the hell out of Metallica's studio.
I was here for 6 moths and pretty much never left. Soon after I met a girl in a little boutique on Haight st. She told me she was from NY and tried to sell me pants. Her name was Oriana, we got married.
It's been a good decade.
Posted by Dirty Donny at 11:35 AM
Sunday, January 10, 2010
I have some friends From Rochester NY and it just so happens I grew up in Ottawa Canada where we got Rochester TV. The best being the commercials. House of guitars, Wegmans and J&E groceries.
We used to recite the J&E Grocery commercials "and the weekly specials are…"
When researching J&E the first thing I found was this blog and it made me laugh.
He basically did the most kick ass J&E grocery blog so I figured I would just link it with a quot.
"My brother and I would make fun of the commercials all the time, and it was impossible to say J&E Grocery without saying the full address. It was something about the guy’s voice in the commercial that made it impossible to separate it. There are many, many people that I know who grew up with these commercials as well as a handful of bloggers who have had the same observation. This was, in my opinion, a genius piece of marketing. This corner store with a limited advertising budget puts out these crappy ads with crappy pictures and with a guy you could barely understand, and here I am writing about it a million years later. Most businesses only dream about having that kind of marketing meme in place. When you said the name you had to say the address…"
Read more here cricketbread
Saturday, January 9, 2010
Saturday, January 2, 2010
This is sheet #2 of our water slide decal series.
It's $35 per sheet.
The first set went fast.
If you want one you can e mail me @ email@example.com
I do pay pal.
These are traditional water slide decals designed by Frank Kozik and yours truly.
That means you can cut them out, put them in a bowl of warm water and them slide them onto what ever.
Or just keep 'em all together as a poster.
This sheet measures '20 by '13. we only printed 100.
Can I get one? yes!
If you want one they are $35
Were can I get one?
Just e mail me, I take pay pal. firstname.lastname@example.org
We are doing 5 series all together and will be printing only 100 copies of each set.
Each set should be out every 2 weeks to a month depending.
Friday, January 1, 2010
I did this in 2000. I know because I signed it '2000. Otherwise I don't think I would have remembered when the hell I did it.
In the 90's you could not get a Dodge Super Bee T shirt anywhere so I sat down and drew my own rendition. Motor brands now carries the super bee and other mopar T's.
I guess this is my new year post. Happy 10 years of Dirty Bee.