Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Crazy Ghana Film Posters

Check out these film posters from Ghana painted on flour sacks. Most of the time artists hadn't even seen the movie and just painted whatever the hell they wanted.  Thus explaining Cujo's fierceness and why Evil Dead 2 now stars Sylvester Stallone. Read more and see the crazy horror posters here.  Via Mike Mitchell.


Via Tiger Butter.

Friday, September 18, 2009


The weekend of the 12th, me, David and Adam when to Red Rocks for the Monolith Music Festival. Weather was crappy and it rained all day. My cons were a bad choice of footwear and they now sit in my living room, all but disintegrated. Adam also pressured me into giving underage kids beer. I'll never forgive myself. There were some amazing performances though. We danced our asses off to Girl Talk and I fell in love with the dirty hippies of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros. Can't get this song out of my head. Alabama, Arkansas...

Wednesday, September 9, 2009


Found this in a downtown bathroom. I wish I were clever.

Superhero Weddings

I'm almost officially out of wedding mode. Marriage is freaking awesome and I highly recommend it to anyone. Except maybe superheros. That shit never really works out as planned. I found a lot of rad wedding-centric comic covers to use at the reception and I thought I would share some. I remember reading the X-Men issue where Scott and Jean got married and being so excited that Rogue got the bouquet and Gambit got the garter. Only then did I realize that true love existed...

Friday, September 4, 2009

Best day ever.

I don't mean to brag, but our wedding was the best ever. It was silly and fun and too perfect. Between the bike parade, goofy vows and the kazoo playing wedding party, we had the time of our lives! Too many amazing pics to show, but here are some of my favorites. More pics can be seen here and here.
Nothing helps a girl get ready to get hitched like rocking out to the Avett Brothers.

I am now married to this amazing man, who ended his beautiful vows with,
"You can do side bends or sit-ups, but please don't lose that butt."

Bike parade! After the ceremony, we all hopped on bikes and rode around old town Fort Collins. Everyone in our path was super excited for us and we had some people join in on our little procession. Cops even held up traffic for us. Guess cops don't hate all Heidemans!

Reception = Party Time, Excellent.

Centerpieces consisted of place cards with the names of superhero couples, a notebook for people to draw us some pictures, bicycle chocolates and little dinos.

Now the real fun starts.