Been here long enough now : I’m fighting the effect
Through many sunsets, dancing bones, gargling architects
A night that’s old, a floor that’s floating
I’d like to make a bet
That you will drag me to your room
My bloody bride
And get me bleeding for the pill
The precious pill — So switch it off now
Switch it off now, and let me sleep
Switch it off now; I’m sick of counting sheep
Switch it off now … I’m down here on my knees, saying please

The needle is a lady, and a lady needs respect
With trembling hands, she feels uneasy, she’s liable to fret
And then to punish; then to tease
She’d strip you, shoot you in the knees
But she will never ever leave
Switch it off now; let me sleep
Switch it off now; I said I’m sick of counting sheep
Switch it off now : I’m down here on my knees 
I’m saying please
Please … 


The Tear Garden : To Mourn The Death Of Colour 
Crystal Mass, 2000

Alexander Wolf
Photo: Elizaveta Porodina
Hairpiece: Sigi Kumpfmüller
Grooming and Styling:  Heiko Palach 
From The Editorial Crazy Horse for Vision magazine, 2013

Model : Jester
Hair : Kota Suizu
MUA : Miyuki Ishizuka
Photographer : Piczo 
Stylist : Mervyn Boriwondo 
Photographer’s assistant : Masami Naruo

From The Editorial Into The Dark for Hysteria Magazine : Issue 2, 2012

“[My art] starts with Ludwig the Second of Bavaria meeting Woolworths and Barnum and Bailey over dinner with Louis the 14th in drag [;] then it just spirals out from there.  I’m constructing a new mythology from the shards of the universe.”

Steven Arnold

Untitled : Barbara Kruger

For it is Friday, and I am Flashin’ Back …
[Massive thanks for the post, Kirk Hilton!] 

— Clint CatalystCottonmouth Kisses 
     Manic D Press 

Photo : Peter Ashworth
Make-Up / Hair : Christian Landon
For Stefan Orschel-Read's Mourning for Orlando Collection, A/W 2009 

Photo : Falk Jensen