Illuminati Girl Gang Vol. 3
Destiny’s Child inspires countless pieces of art. In the case of the third Illuminati Girl Gang, it inspires a countable amount of art. With this first issue of the history-changing year of 2013 Illuminati Girl Gang once more implores the reader to support their local girl gang. Ever since they stared girl gangs have been spreading around the world like top 40s hits on Lite FM radio stations. Out of all the girl gangs, the Illuminati Girl Gang manages to rock the game. By supporting the Illuminati Girl Gang through PAYPAL, this may help them turn away from a life of crime.
Brittni Collins begins with a series of collages. Women blossom like flowers. Through her work people become part of their environment. Floating through the air as half-torsos or as nearly complete people they require a backdrop to truly succeed.
Catherine Lemble shows nature confined. Trees don’t belong in glass jars. While mason jars are becoming popular again there’s no reason why a tree would enjoy it. Plastic bags defend trees from the cruelty of the non-tree world. A forest defends itself from the plastic bags of the world. Alone a tree is nothing. With friends a tree becomes part of a whole. Forests are tree gangs.
Lucy Tiven collects human interest stories. Whenever there is a lull in a conversation it can be plugged with stories about other people. Usually those are good stories such as a guy helping out stray cats. Visiting lecturers do quite well. Lucy Tiven should try the local household lecturing circuit. Suburban families need helpful advice regarding substance abuse. Without substance abuse the suburbs wouldn’t even exist. Knowing what to not do in life is just as important as knowing what to do in life. Conversations involving ‘who is hot’ should be avoided at all costs. They don’t illuminate anything since shallowness can’t be illuminated.
GROSSMARY explores a sterile environment. There are parts of the world that remains completely sterile thanks to ambition.
Brett Elizabeth Jenkins reveals a post card she received from the moon. Tides love the moon. Due to the moon’s compelling life story the tides are moved by it. Without the sun the moon is nothing. Failures in life deserve celebration. It is okay to fail. Without failure life would be boring. Happiness happens despite the world’s best efforts. To be happy is a complicated emotion. It is so easy to be sad, so hard to be happy sometimes. Happiness is victory over the world’s sadness.
Amy Commins work deals with food. These pictures are happy. By showing food in their natural environment the food appears exotic. Yet this food is everywhere. Re-framing the food makes it beautiful. Beauty exists in the mundane. All somebody needs to do is look.
Danielle Olszewska sleeps in an ether room. Such things are simple. Every home has an ether room. It is better known as the bedroom. People enjoy having rooms for specific events. Her sloth feet go into a circle. Miscommunication problems mean Danielle is living appropriately. Deadly character flaws on a jacket means it must be a particularly warm jacket. Flaws are necessary for life. Perfection is dreadfully boring. For some reason she feared Goldfish attacks in the bathroom. The only things that attack the bathtub are mutant spiders avenging the death of their non-mutant spider brethren.
Hannah Le Feurve’s print is reddening. Quotes are attributed to her mum. These are little quotes meant to encourage one to continue onward. Leave it to parents to console their children. Going backwards in time Hannah sees herself as a big baby in a literal ‘baby’ fashion via the swaddling clothes lifestyle.
Alyse Burnside talks of Dr. Love. Growing up means witnessing de-evolution of parents. Spoons splinter. Yells are exchanged. Wooing can happen at any moment, even at a McDonalds with apple turnovers. Dr. Love calls ruin everything. Sinister voices over the phone are creepy. That’s why there are message machines. By the end there’s every reason to break something yet thought for another prevents the explosion.
Always Thirsty thinks about shooting a laptop screen. Obviously they need to purchase a desktop.
Chelsea Martin lives a gluten-free life. That means whiskey. Beer is cut out. Doing this sort of gluten-free life at a bar is a recipe for drunken boredom. Whatever happens at a bar is usually caked with at least 3 inches worth of grime. Here that is exactly what happens. Whoever Chelsea is speaking to tries to impress her. He fails. Knees are the gateways to the hug.
Thea de Gubernatis starts out her work with sad dead things. Hunters serve themselves. Others show people as they truly are, as pieces of delicious protein-rich meat. Pictures of dinosaurs are better known as ‘photographs’. As soon as a picture is taken the person is a little older.
Tracy Dimond longs to recite Buffy. Nobody is ever to young or old to do that. Buffy the Vampire Slayer changed people’s lives. Multiple porn parodies exist of Buffy: Muffy the Vampire Layer, Buffy the Vampire Layer, and many more considerably more creative puns. Sure Tracy gets carded at bars. Youth is a beautiful thing. Tracy longs to borrow somebody’s skin for she is the daughter of Buffalo Bill from ‘The Silence of the Lambs’. She rescues herself thanks to her love of Matt Lauer, America’s sweetheart.
Brittany Wallace thinks of killing someone. She stops herself. She tries to impress a special someone. Her mother gives her Facebook photo advice. If parents didn’t stalk their children online what would they do with all their adult free time? On a hamster wheel she ends up in constant cycles. Life is a hamster wheel. Probably there’s others out there watching silly humans do the same stupid things over and over again.
Destiny’s Child moves forward onward into the future in this action-packed adventure thrill ride. Part two is about to drop (since 91 pages requires it).