Gamer, Geek, Gentleman. Library Guy, Sex Nerd, & Aesthetic Connoisseur from Melbourne, Australia.
I'm honest to a fault, I probably love everything you hate and I'm definitely NSFW
Cover of Boris Akunin’s “Coronation, OR THE LAST OF THE ROMANOV (КОРОНАЦИЯ, ИЛИ ПОСЛЕДНИЙ ИЗ РОМАНОВ)” #books (Taken with Instagram at Carnegie Library)
Extreme Latin. Lege labris volumen inguinale mihi! #books (Taken with instagram)
Monday, Monday… (Taken with instagram)
Amazon delivery! Photo #Books up first, Sasha Grey’s Neu Sex and the 25th Anniversary Edition of the book that sparked my love for Graffiti, Subway Art. (Taken with instagram)
On the upside, my signed copy of Nicoletta Ceccoli’s Beautiful Nightmares arrived today. Psyched. It’s gorgeous. #Books (Taken with instagram)
Book Pick for today is “We, Robot” #Books (Taken with Instagram at Carnegie Library)
Here’s what I picked up at Outré today.
Angelique Houtkamp’s Outré published Tattoo Darling.
Along with John Entwistle Tattooist, which is compiled and produced by some of the folk at Chapel Tattoo.
Entwistle is a veteran Australian Tattoo Artist and was a pioneer of the art form here. He is to Australia’s Tattoo history what Jerry Collins is to America’s.
Discover, study, respect history. (Taken with instagram)
All done. Had to grab the book, I love classic Disney so much ♥ (Taken with Instagram at ACMI: Australian Centre For The Moving Image)
Last one and my favorite (Greek Mythology). Great to see non-sexual nudity in a kid’s book, children shouldn’t be taught that nudity is “dirty”. /SexNerdRant (Taken with instagram)
Japanese Folklore: Kitsune & Kirin. I’m so in love with this book I’m going to buy a copy. (Taken with instagram)
From A Dignity of Dragons. (Taken with Instagram at Carnegie Library)
A Dignity of Dragons - Collective Nouns for Magical Beasts. Illustrated by Nicoletta Ceccoli. This book is absolutely GORGEOUS! (Taken with Instagram at Carnegie Library)
Kids love Harem fantasies, or is that just me? #Books (Taken with instagram)
I love the cover art for the recent Agatha Christie reprints. First published 1928, reprinted in 2007. #Books (Taken with instagram)
Here’s my pick for the day, Hip-Hop Matters. (Taken with Instagram at Carnegie Library)