imaginations sorted

Sunday, February 20, 2011

San Francisco century of eccentrics in doll form

Richard Gaikowski

all dolls by Miss Oblivious and will be on display in the windows at 1038 Guererro beginning Friday Feb 25th.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

"Roccoco Hair Deco'r" by Miss Oblivious for COOL salon on Royal Street New Orleans

100% Handstitched, vintage textiles

"A Century of Barbary Eccentrics" SF(1038 Guerrero) installation by MIss Oblivious Feb 26-April 1st

1038 Guerrero............1038 Guerrero.............1038 Guerrero

Here is an almost complete collection of San Francisco eccentrics all hand sewn ,painted and filled with magick....

Harvey MILK altar


Lady Bear

Anton LaVey

Mary Ellen Pleasant

Richard Gaikowski

Peter Berlin

Emperor Norton

Lynn Breedlove


Sister Boom Boom

(Miss O would like to thank

"daddy Josh" & "mama Uneven Steven"

for all their help and research on these characters)

1038 Guerrero
1038 Guerrero

There will be two shop windows filled with the world of Miss Oblivious
xeroxed covers of her self-published zine beginning in 1994
.Cunt Fear (1994-1999)
.Oblivious Nation (1999-2010)
.No boys ALLOWED (1994)
.Harsh Queen (2006)

also posters of her favorite captures with 24 hour streaming videos and slide shows.

partial proceeds from the doll sales will be donated to H.E.A.R
(a non-profit hearing information center for musicians and music lovers)

You can meet the artist at :

Jacks Club
2545 24th St
(between San Bruno Ave & Utah St)
San Francisco, CA 94110
Neighborhood: Potrero Hill

Saturday February 26th 9-11 p.m.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

KOOK TEFLON is ready

2011 is bidding ado to Miss Oblivious it will take a bit for her to pass but KOOK TEFLON is ready to come out and ruffle some feathers and break some hearts!
The new zine TEFLON SISTERS will be launched on March 17th at The Comet Tavern with an astounding line-up of glamorous degenerates!
Just take a look at the announcement to get a taste...

From 1994-1999 there was Cunt Fear starring STAR WHORE....
once she was laid to rest
Miss Oblivious rose with OBLIVIOUS NATION 1999-2010
NOW we all are just so anxious to see what KOOK can do ...she has her sisterhood support
FREE duh
if you'd like to contribute to the zine you can do so by emailing

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Claude Cahun

Cahun's life was marked by a sense of role reversal, and her public identity became a commentary upon not only her own, but the public's notions of sexuality, gender, beauty, and logic. Her adoption of a sexually ambiguous name, and her androgynous self-portraits display a revolutionay way of thinking and creating, experimenting with her audience's understanding of photography as a documentation of reality. Her poetry challenged gender roles and attacked the increasingly modern world's social and economic boundaries. Also Cahun's participation in the Parisian Surrealist movement diversified the group's artwork and ushered in new representations. Where most Surrealist artists were men, and their primary images were of women as isolated symbols of eroticism, Cahun epitomized the chameleonic and multiple possibilities of the female identity. Her photographs, writings, and general life as an artistic and political revolutionary continue to influence countless artists, namely Cindy Sherman and Nan Goldin

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Sunday Morning when I Miss O

This past Sunday I captured another beautiful woman inside of my lens.Unseen pics from this shoot will be displayed in DameBuilders newest show "Piece of Pie,evolution of womans body identify through time" at Twilight Collective in West Seattle in March.

Christine Anne is a Louisiana Native that I met in Seattle. We both vended our dollies at Mars Bar.I love her big fairy eyes....
As you can see i have edited color over her personal space...