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Battle! [28 May 2005|09:16pm]


Here's some brilliant songs by the band Battle:

Battle - Children m4a (does anyone know how to convert them to mp3s?)
Battle - I Never Stopped mp3
Battle - Takuya m4a
Battle - Isabelle mp3
Battle - Tendency mp3

If you like Battle, please join the Battle community


Does anyone got more songs by Battle,please share ?

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[28 May 2005|09:05pm]


A community for Battle (the band), join!

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[12 May 2005|05:29pm]

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When I walked you home, kissed goodnight I said it´s love you said all right It´s funny how I could never cry Until tonight and you pass by Hand in hand with another guyCollapse )

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[04 May 2005|01:01pm]

Hello everyone. I haven't posted in a fair while so here are some photos I took the other day whilst my boyfriend and my friend were hanging out at my house. They're not very artistic at all, and I had no theme or style in mind when shooting them, I just felt that they turned out well...Hmm...I also liked the natural feel they have to them.

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cross posted [31 Mar 2005|09:42pm]

I hope that the nature of this post does not offend anyone. However, the nature of this art definitely offends me!

Nathalia Edenmont is an artist who kills animals (cats, rabbits, mice, etc.) and then mutilates their bodies for the sake of art. She has been featured in exhibits, such as the Wetterling Gallery, in Sweden.
Personally, I think that the style of this "art" is purely based on shock value. If she can stir up a controversy, she gets famous. No?

Here is a link to her "artwork." (WARNING, CONTENT MAY BE OFFENSIVE)

The Wetterling Gallery's Justification of her work: http://www.wetterlinggallery.com/newsletter/newsletter.htm

Link to a petition against her art.

I think that it's okay to have justified opinions against someone's artwork.
While I am not saying that she should stop "expressing herself" (no one should be stripped of that freedom), I do strongly disagree with what she is doing to animals.

And again, I'm sorry if this post has disturbed you; I have trouble keeping quiet about things which I truly belive to be wrong.

[11 Mar 2005|04:46pm]


Children of Famine
6 by 5 feet
Acrylic Paint on Discarded Billboard Poster

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a ton étoile [02 Mar 2005|08:09pm]

Here are some b&w I took as a photostory for my school's newspaper. I didn't like how the ending came out, but the weather changed on us (oh, Ohio) so I couldn't reshoot in time. For now, I hope you enjoy these. Let me know what you think.


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[26 Feb 2005|08:39pm]

[ mood | content ]

Hello, some while the beautiful snow was falling. I took them on my way to school. I just had to take my camera that day because it all looked so beautiful

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[23 Feb 2005|11:49pm]

I joined this community as soon as it was created, as far as I know.
However, I have not posted anything.

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[18 Feb 2005|08:10pm]

[ mood | accomplished ]

Hello all once again. Took a journey out and about today taking some photos continuing the theme of wood, trees and council housing estates in Britain. I'm pretty darn please with the results actually. You'll be pleased to know they're bigger this time! Hehe. So for anyone who's interested...

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[16 Feb 2005|07:32pm]


A few of the results of my obsession with trees, wood and council housing estates in Britain.

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femme dans boîte [12 Feb 2005|07:36pm]

An art project that a friend and I did. She drew the art, I did the writing, art concepts were a collaboration. It's a little project we did for my winter term.

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[12 Feb 2005|10:23pm]


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[07 Feb 2005|03:03pm]

Sorry for not posting in a while guys. I have some photos from a gig I went to a couple of weeks ago. I'll put them up soon
Mucho love ♥

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[03 Jan 2005|11:27pm]

[ mood | listless ]

I think that this is a lovely community.
I'm looking forward to seeing it take off.

Here is some recent art. (There is more in my journal).
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Take care,

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[30 Dec 2004|02:29pm]

hey everybody :)
glad to see so many people joined, now lets hope everyone posts alot ;)
i decided to psot some of my favourtie pascal quotes as a start :

We are usually convinced more easily by reasons we have found ourselves than by those which have occurred to others.
Pensées (1670)

Man is equally incapable of seeing the nothingness from which he emerges and the infinity in which he is engulfed.
Pensées (1670)

Our nature consists in movement; absolute rest is death.
Pensées (1670)

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photos [30 Dec 2004|02:24pm]

Here's some pictures I've taken.
I'm not really good at taking pictures, I'm an real amateur, but here goes..

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[29 Dec 2004|11:25pm]

I'm Cassie and i'm from the UK
I'm 17
I wish to become a photographer. Hopefully I will start a new part-time job photographing bands at my local venue. I -really- hope I get the job.
I like to take pictures of nature, bands, self-portraits, and people in natural settings (You could say, apart from the portraits, I like naturalism...)
As soon as I am able, I will post some of my pictures.
Oh and thank you for starting such a community :o)
Bye x

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the first to ever burst [29 Dec 2004|11:54pm]

Welcome to parterre!
This is an art community, check userinfo for more info.

Par terre is french for "on the ground", and is taken from a poem by Verlaine. The whole title is "L'amour par terre", which means "love on the ground."

L'amour par terre -by Verlaine

The wind the other night blew down the Love
That in the dimmest corner of the park
So subtly used to smile, bending his arc,
And sight of whom did us so deeply move

One day! The other night's wind blew him down!
The marble dust whirls in the morning breeze.
Oh, sad to view, o'erblotted by the trees,
There on the base, the name of great renown!

Oh, sad to view the empty pedestal!
And melancholy fancies come and go
Across my dream, whereon a day of woe
Foreshadowed is--I know what will befall!

Oh, sad!--And you are saddened also, Sweet,
Are not you, by this scene? although your eye
Pursues the gold and purple butterfly
That flutters o'er the wreck strewn at our feet.

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