Pick of the Week: Crazy Factory

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Pick of the Week: Crazy Factory

Crazy Factory is an online store for purchasing any kind of piercing accessories from labret balls to tunnels and anything in between. I found out about the store last summer after my facial labret piercings had healed and I was looking to get some more balls for the ends. Buying piercings locally in Montreal is always insanely expensive, even when I find a place that offer deals so I was really excited to find a store that was extremely affordable and with variety. Most of the balls I’ve bought range from $0.30 to $2 and the plugs for my ears are $1-$4. I’ve never had a problem with the size being incorrect and the one time they made a mistake on my order they allowed me to keep the wrong items and shipped for free the correct items. Plus the customer service person was extremely nice and the respond was very quick. I’ve order from them 3 separate times and  have been happy with all my items, also I love that you can get free shipping and received my items within a few weeks. I sometimes get allergic reactions to metal so I only buy plastic, tone, organic or titanium items so I haven’t used any stainless steel items.  Roughly the cost of the items in the photos are $30-$40 which is normally the price I get 2 sets of plugs. I love this store and recommend Crazy Factory if your are looking for piercing accessories just make sure you know the sizes you need and what materials work well for your body.

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Self-Portrait Sunday

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Have so many plans for this weekend.  Started with a really long walk on Saturday and hoping to take another walk later today. Walking  around the neighborhood and exploring buildings. Me and Victor are trying to find deserted buildings or factories to explore so we are canvasing our area. These shots were taken this week, as you’ll notice since my hair is new! I just had to show off my half green (with a bit of blended yellow) and half turquoise hair. The half blue and pink was getting faded and boring, so happy with the new look. Haven’t had a chance to take a fancy self-portrait but couldn’t wait to show you guys :)

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Self-Portrait Sunday

citizen erased, citizen erased photographyTomorrow my monthly DIY project will be how to make paper origami crane chains which are one of my favourite things. In 2008 I made 1500 paper cranes and made chains of 1000 of them for good luck. It was a really fun project and when I was done I toke a few photos of me with them when my hair was blue and red and so short. :) This photo brings make a lot of old memories of my last year in Vancouver. I have 6 of the chains left, I gave a few to friends and to coworkers with kids. Look out tomorrow for how to make your own!

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If you’d be my King, I’d be your Queen.

citizen erased (7)This black and white photo shoot is from 2008 with my friends Mark and Stephanie who are both married now. I really love how classic Steph looks, and in the shot below it feels very much like the star of Amelie to me.We were explored strange alleys in downtown Vancouver takings photos a long the way. They were great to shoot, hope you enjoy and I’ll share later some of the color shots including Steph’s amazing black and blue hair!

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