Monday, 26 November 2012

Jonathen Livingston Seagull

My favourite book in the world is " Jonathen Livingston seagull" by Richard Bach. Here are some quotes that I believe apply to this projects subject.

“Your whole body, from wingtip to wingtip," Jonathan would say, other times, "is nothing more than your thought itself, in a form you can see. Break the chains of your thought, and you break the chains of your body, too.”
― Richard Bach, Jonathan Livingston Seagull

“Don’t believe what your eyes are telling you. All they show is limitation. Look with your understanding. Find out what you already know and you will see the way to fly.”
― Richard Bach, Jonathan Livingston Seagull

“You have the freedom to be yourself, your true self, here and now, and nothing can stand in your way".”
― Richard Bach, Jonathan Livingston Seagull

Such a great and wise story.

More drawings.

As before I will tell you that I am not a good drawer but I do my best. Hope you like them...

Also I have not posted a lot recently, me and my body are going through a strange time and I'm not sure how to react to it. But I think it will give me good material in hindsight. Please if you have any reactions or stories about your body's that you would like to express in any way, know that this is a forum for you to do so, just get in touch and I will help you.

Cheers and just be jammin with yourself

Donzo x

P.s I am taking a life drawing class in January so the quality of the sketches may improve you never know ;)

Friday, 12 October 2012

Myself: modified.

Hello everyone. So my first post in a while but I assure its the first of many new posts to come.

I want to look at body modification over the next few weeks. I am curious as to the psychology behind it. be it every day modifications like dying and cutting hair and wearing make up, to genital piercing and branding. Body modification is something which of coarse includes females and males and although I would love to here from, and include male opinion (men feel free to get involved) I may focus more on females just because of the nature of my blog.

I myself I suppose rank fairly low in the body modification spectrum ( if such a thing should exist). I have no piercings or tatoo's, I have never had any cosmetic surgery but I do paint my nails, dye my hair and wear make up.

I want to hear and photograph everyone and anyone and here about any modifications (permanent or temporary) you have made or make daily. I don't know if we will draw any conclusions but hopefully in the end we will have created an artistic documentation of what we have modified and why we did it and most importantly how we feel about it.

There is no judgement here. Different strokes for different folks and all that.

Bring on variety it is the spice of life after all...

Here is a pic of me as un-modified as I can be, and one of me after a swift bit of modification. I know which one is more socially acceptable but I'm not sure which one I'm happiest with .

Wednesday, 6 June 2012

Summer Sanity

A video entry about me and my legs and how i think we can maybe help peoples body confidence ...

Let the sun shine in :)

Current plans

Hello, Everyone.

I’m very sorry about how distant I have been lately but I can assure you the project is a huge part of my life, and is always in my mind.
There are some exciting opportunities for the project on the horizon. This weekend I am going to Flare festival in Manchester I am volunteering at the festival and I hope to do a little networking and generate international interest in the project, as well as trying to get some more familiar faces involved. Also I am a co-founding member of performance group I Like Game Show. We are touring a couple of our shows this summer and autumn and at all performances of Get Your Rags On We’re Going To The Circus there will be a small flesh blood and female installation, and I will be there to spread the word of the project. I’m really excited and I will post up dates of performances where the project will have a presence. Of coarse if your reading this, please follow the blog and spread the word, this project is everyone’s I just contribute and over see it. The More the Merrier J.

p.s Remember if you want to get in touch with me my email is on my

Tuesday, 22 May 2012


Tonight is an exciting night for the blog as featured Flesh Blood and Female supporter Lizzie will be in tonight's C4 documentary My Big Fat Fetish.  The show looks very interesting and is now doubt relevant to this project. Remember This is a project for all things concerning the female form and all are welcome to get in touch and or get involved in what ever way you wish.