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PAUL GRIFFITHS.
 
 
Exhibition.
 

i have lots more to post but im going to sleeeeeep now so i will do it laterrr! night night!

Earlier this week the Babycakes exhibition opened inside the Urbis in Manchester!
The gallery will be there until October so make sure you all check it out!

Heres some sneaky peekz!









1 Slamdunx sweatshirt. 4 security cameras.

People who go to the gallery will receive a 14 digit code to enter online at OYMYO with a chance to win one of the ultra-rare slamdunx sweatshirt & also to purchase unreleased BC X Hacienda t-shirts!

heres some photos from the Creative Business debate thing I did with Mr Scruff & Jonny Jay in Manchester.
I think there's a podcast of it flying around somewhere. You should check it out :]







So today I am in a ATL Georgia. We were in Florida all this week, the weather was insane, it constant changes between sunshine & thunderstorms!

I met up with my friend Greg in Orlando!



Greg lives near disney world & gets to go there all the time! Lucky!

I got wayyyy too drunk for my signing at 2pm & found a pirate hat

(yeah thats my own signature on my shirt) hahaha

I woke up a few hours later in my bunk on the bbycks bus. with my shoe laces tied together ]:





after I sobered up we went on a hunt for Wallmart :D





but we found a drug farm


My name is Paul, this is my blog!
I run a company called OYMYO & a brand called Babycakes, I make music under XXCX & video content under AIYU,

You can see my blog posts in the menu to the left.

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I like green tints on photographs, VIDEOGAMES  all nighters, (!!!!!), --,, XXCX, lego, VV, CC, ZZ popart, provocative / covert / subliminal / global & guerilla advertising, t̶h̶e̶ ̶c̶o̶c̶a̶ ̶c̶o̶l̶a̶ ̶c̶o̶m̶p̶a̶n̶y̶, arcade machines, laughing, OYMYO, trance in bed, 8bit, typography, CAPITAL LETTERS, satire, fashion, !!, BIG parties, DNTEL XXYYXX, good movies at night, GRIFFITHZ.COM, shooooes, lost / ALICE GLASS / GRIMES / LORDE / YOLANDI / summer heights high / madmen, the penthouse, lula girl of my dreams, flight mode, THE FUTURE, living fast / never dying






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