amandapalmerphotos:

The Kiss
Los Angeles, CA.
September 25, 2012
photo by Shannon Vermeeren

Reblogged so I can find it later

amandapalmerphotos:

The Kiss

Los Angeles, CA.

September 25, 2012

photo by Shannon Vermeeren

Reblogged so I can find it later

fuckyeahtattoos:

Death and Dream from Neil Gaimans “Sandman” with a quote from Vol. 6: “Fables and Reflections”. Done by Takatiki Tattoos in Leipzig/Germany.

fuckyeahtattoos:

Death and Dream from Neil Gaimans “Sandman” with a quote from Vol. 6: “Fables and Reflections”. Done by Takatiki Tattoos in Leipzig/Germany.

I met the owner of this tattoo last night, at Kickstarter’s third birthday party. She was really nice, and only showed me the tattoo when Amanda asked to see it (I was much too shy). 
She asked how I felt about people with tattoos of my words on them, and I told her I felt honoured.
And afterward, I thought, yes. That really is how I feel: not proud, just that it is an honour to have given people something they felt was important enough to place permanently on their skin.
tattoolit:

This is my fifth tattoo, second literary. It’s a quote from Neil Gaiman’s American Gods that reminds me to always believe in something, to have wonder, and be open to magic. It’s the beginning of a long and brilliant soliloquy by Girl Sam.

I met the owner of this tattoo last night, at Kickstarter’s third birthday party. She was really nice, and only showed me the tattoo when Amanda asked to see it (I was much too shy). 

She asked how I felt about people with tattoos of my words on them, and I told her I felt honoured.

And afterward, I thought, yes. That really is how I feel: not proud, just that it is an honour to have given people something they felt was important enough to place permanently on their skin.

tattoolit:

This is my fifth tattoo, second literary. It’s a quote from Neil Gaiman’s American Gods that reminds me to always believe in something, to have wonder, and be open to magic. It’s the beginning of a long and brilliant soliloquy by Girl Sam.

Wish I could be there.  
If you’re in the Bay Area and you want to hear and see my stories read by naked ladies, this is the event for you…
neilgaiman:

This year’s Naked Spooky Girls Reading event will feature all works written by Neil Gaiman.

Celebrate the Macabre with this spine-tingling event.When: Thursday, October 27thTime: Doors: 8:00pm. Show: 8:30 - 10:30pm.Where: Center for Sex and Culture. 1349 Mission Street (btw 9th and 10th St), San FranciscoTickets: $15.00 General Seats, $20.00 Front Row Seat (sold-out!)Discount Advance Tickets:  http://ngrsf.eventbrite.com/Featuring:Carol Queen, Lady Monster, Ophelia Coeur de Noir and Cherry Galette
Our special feature for this event will be the production of Babble On! BABALON by C. Theodore Walker.
For more information go to:
http://sexandculture.org/ http://nakedgirlsreading.com/sanfrancisco/http://www.neilgaiman.com  http://twitter.com/neilhimself
submitted by neonsigh

Wish I could be there.  

If you’re in the Bay Area and you want to hear and see my stories read by naked ladies, this is the event for you…

neilgaiman:

This year’s Naked Spooky Girls Reading event will feature all works written by Neil Gaiman.

Celebrate the Macabre with this spine-tingling event.

When: Thursday, October 27th

Time: Doors: 8:00pm. Show: 8:30 - 10:30pm.

Where: Center for Sex and Culture. 1349 Mission Street (btw 9th and 10th St), San Francisco

Tickets: $15.00 General Seats, $20.00 Front Row Seat (sold-out!)
Discount Advance Tickets:  http://ngrsf.eventbrite.com/

Featuring:
Carol Queen, Lady Monster, Ophelia Coeur de Noir and Cherry Galette

Our special feature for this event will be the production of Babble On! BABALON by C. Theodore Walker.

For more information go to:

http://sexandculture.org/ http://nakedgirlsreading.com/sanfrancisco/http://www.neilgaiman.com  http://twitter.com/neilhimself

submitted by neonsigh