LAX.

LAX.

 
Chairman Meow, waiting for the plane to download, Row 28, American Airlines. His first plane ride. The pilot even allowed him to sit in the cockpit for a photo.

Chairman Meow, waiting for the plane to download, Row 28, American Airlines. His first plane ride. The pilot even allowed him to sit in the cockpit for a photo.

 
Sid and Nancy. Headed to airport, waiting for car service, waiting for our new home. Chairman’s Houdini suit in waiting.

Sid and Nancy. Headed to airport, waiting for car service, waiting for our new home. Chairman’s Houdini suit in waiting.

 
"Jesus Saves" giant neon letters, on the roof of The Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles, this afternoon. Shot thru the dirty glass of the 11th floor window; we could not get out on the rooftop. Reminds me of those Wayne White word paintings.

"Jesus Saves" giant neon letters, on the roof of The Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles, this afternoon. Shot thru the dirty glass of the 11th floor window; we could not get out on the rooftop. Reminds me of those Wayne White word paintings.

Mexican Hairless autism dog, sitting in her master’s guitar case. She shows up with full jeans outfit, with a hole cut out for her tail. Warming up for Autism Benefit tomorrow night at the Ace Hotel, downtown, with Crosby Stills and Nash, and many other special guests. With antimodel.

Mexican Hairless autism dog, sitting in her master’s guitar case. She shows up with full jeans outfit, with a hole cut out for her tail. Warming up for Autism Benefit tomorrow night at the Ace Hotel, downtown, with Crosby Stills and Nash, and many other special guests. With antimodel.

 
On Sunday, we walked by a storefront chuch on Alvarado Street, downtown. People were standing in a circle, holding an egg up to their forehead, and chanting. The church had taken a jackhammer, and carved out a three feet deep crypt for this Skeleton Guy. Hard to see how deep it is in this photo. Two Rotweilers, (plastic), loyally stood guard. The Catholics really know how to do Drama. Felt sad to me; “believe in the egg”.

On Sunday, we walked by a storefront chuch on Alvarado Street, downtown. People were standing in a circle, holding an egg up to their forehead, and chanting. The church had taken a jackhammer, and carved out a three feet deep crypt for this Skeleton Guy. Hard to see how deep it is in this photo. Two Rotweilers, (plastic), loyally stood guard. The Catholics really know how to do Drama. Felt sad to me; “believe in the egg”.

 
Wig Display, today on Pico Blvd, downtown LA.

Wig Display, today on Pico Blvd, downtown LA.