During the Los Angeles based creation and design sessions for projects including: "Heavy Metal 2000/FAKK2," "Fistful of Blood," and "Heavy Metal Geomatrix" photographer and wildlife enthusiast Julie Strain captured the artists struggling to work, co-habitate, survive, and at play in a protected enclosed environment.
The famed photographer remained at a safe distance throughout the sessions for her own protection, and also to provide an uninfluenced and candid peek inside the life style of two of the worlds most interesting...semi-talented persons.
This daring and exclusive expose has been closely studied by a team of international psychiatrists for nearly one week. In conclusion it was described as having, "No redeeming social value of any kind, on any planet" and that it simply looks like, "a bunch of photos of two drunk idiots". Thus the title of this year long essay.
We have decided it should be the will of the free world to make that conclusion. So to prove our point and to raise funds to continue our much needed observations, we're making all the photos available on an ongoing weekly basis only on - "TWO DRUNK IDIOTS."
CAUTION: Contains scenes of posed violence, and brief nudity. No inflatable dolls were harmed (much) during the sessions.
"Four Chairs and Two Idiots
In a Garden"
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Every week you can tune in to see six new photographs from the 1999, 2000, and 2001 sessions and catch all the action and adventure of "TWO DRUNK IDIOTS!"
Finally, you too can be the "Hip One" at the water cooler the morning after.