I've been a bit of a blogger-slacker as well as "doer-of-cheap-and-interesting-things" slacker for most of December.
However, new year, new fun and wallet friendly concerts and events, restaurants & bars, trips and freebies to discover in 2007.
Starting with the free, safe-sex advocating "Dress Up Against AIDS: Condom Couture by Adriana Bertini" exhibit at UCLA's Fowler Museum. This free exhibit mixes fashion with safe-fornicating to remind you to be prepared if you're gettin' some.
The exhibit opened December 1st and runs through March 11th. I recently stopped by the exhibit to check out. The art installation includes a bunch of sexy evening gowns, flirty hoop skirts and tops and demure suits which are artistic works of art in itself, but on closer inspection, are also fashioned entirely from rejected condoms which failed quality control tests. The beautifully vibrant, ornate and imaginative outfits could all have come straight out of a Project Runway challenge.
Definitely worth checking out. Bring a date (and a condom for later) and let the frisky fabric of the outfits plant ideas into his or her head.
UCLA Fowler Museum
December 1, 2006-March 11, 2007
UCLA campus, Westwood