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Deviation Spotlight

the last mission by Che-Gue-Petey, visual art

Deviation Spotlight

road atlanta by Che-Gue-Petey, visual art

  • Sep 9
  • United States
  • Deviant for 15 years
  • He / Him
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My Bio
tis me. I use this site as a sort of art journal. It isnt my best work, its my favorite work. This is where I put out what I see, and what moves me from day to day. I hope everyone enjoys.

Current Residence: Funkytown, Cowtown, Panther City, where the west begins.
deviantWEAR sizing preference: large
Print preference: yes, please, big canvas prints are cool
Favourite genre of music: pre 1988 punk rock
Favourite photographer: Richard Avedon or Dora Maar
Favourite style of art: impressionism
Operating System: mac
MP3 player of choice: iPod nano...i feel so dirty for it
Shell of choice: gasoline. Shell...the choice of ferrari F1
Wallpaper of choice: tacky 70's patterns, or a nice faux brocade
Skin of choice: my own
Favourite cartoon character: brian from Family Guy
Personal Quote: all jedi had was muppets

Favourite Visual Artist
Francis Bacon
Favourite Movies
Anything with Steve McQueen in it, especially Le Mans
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Tom Waits
Favourite Writers
Charles Bukowski or Henry Miller
Favourite Games
schadenfreude, it's like solitaire for misanthropes!
Favourite Gaming Platform
card table
Tools of the Trade
Canon 1D MkIII, 5D MkII, and lots of shiny, pretty, pricey L glass.
Other Interests
9.6%apr secured, or 13.8%apr unsecured
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There is something about printing in a darkroom that makes all the minor inconveniences of film worth it, especially when you print in large sizes. You print something 5X7 or even 8X10, you can try till you get it right, and not get overly worried about it. When you get up to 11 inch by 14 inch, or 16x20, or 20x24, or even larger, you don't want to waste expensive materials. There is also an ego component to it. When you start printing large prints, you feel like you are playing with the big boys. When you can go in, and nail the shot the way you wanted it the first time, it feels good. Even if you have the negative upside down in the carrier
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RompHims. Fuck you. Whoever it was awoke this stygian nightmare from the lower planes of men's fashion is an evil bastard who deserves to be cast back into the pit of despair from which the awakened romper issued forth to blight the world. Fuck him, a pox upon his family, fuck everyone who looks like him. We discovered the men's romper in the 1970s. We learned. By the elder deities from beyond Sears and Roebuck, we learned man should not meddle with fashions beyond his control and below his dignity. We learned when the gibbering bolts of double knit polyester came spewing forth in madness from lost D'upon't where Ry'on lies not dead but shim
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facebook and instagram are getting obnoxious. I've missed DA.
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Thanks for the fave!
Thank you for the watch!!
Thanks for the Camera faves :)
Thanks very much for the fave!