Exploding Dog and Red Robot.  The most thought-provoking stick figures ever drawn.  Yes, my friends, less is more. I am in love. My hope is renewed.
Lisa Supersmall and her tiny things
Got Alien?  The awe-inspiring art of H. R. Giger
Gotta love these little critters.  CLICK HERE to see one of my very own Sea Monkey videos!
Explore the many forms of art and artists inspired by the subconscience and dreams.
Makes you wonder, doesn't it?
"Never wear your best pants when you go to fight for freedom..."  and other gems.
When you have the urge to see things at the molecular level, as i often do...there's microscopy.
Can your heart stand the shocking facts?
The surrealist compliment generator will provide divine fumes of industrial combustion.
These are some of my favorite links to cool or strange places.
Feed your addiction.  Go.  Now.  Come back soon.
Links to the Left of Center
One of my all-time favorite magazines.  Fun to visit online, but even better out of the mailbox and into your hot little hands.
A man whose love child I would gladly bear, as I am wont to say.
This art gallery has gone through many changes over the years, since I first walked through the original location's downtown doors and said hi to the
incredibly gracious owner.  It still has some of the coolest, most kick ass art in Seattle.
Go home.
Increase your good literature karma by releasing your books into the wild via Bookcrossing.
Free your books and your mind will follow.

Look at all those
Holy blobbies, Batman! You just gotta see this...
Sam is THE man to go to for tikis.
I have an entire room decorated with his wicked cool poster art.
Great guy, great tikis, great balls o' fire!
They're animated, they're a band, and I have loved them for over 20 years. You should too.
Unusual musical instruments, made from unusual materials.
Ooooooh!  What is it? I love roadside attractions, and this one is a fun detour.
Less talk, more monkey. This is the mother of all novelty stores.
Formerly EMP/SFM (Experience Music Project/SciFiMuseum)...and one of my places of employment many years ago. This is the place to go to see modern music
artifacts and interactive exhibits based on iconic films.  Do you want to see Jimi Hendrix's guitar and handwritten song lyrics?  A wall of self-composing guitars?
Rachael's dress from Blade Runner?  Luke Skywalker's severed hand? Well, here ya go.
The website for the artist, Margaret Keane, who painted all of the "big eyes" paintings of children that have remained collectible since the 1950s.
All information and images on this page are copyright Rachelle Rose 2002-2021 and beyond.
Not only is Rivka an incredible artist, teacher, and animator (who has probably worked on some of your favorite animated shows), she is also my cousin
and one of my favorite human beings!
A major artistic influence for me, Haeckel was a German zoologist, naturalist, eugenicist, philosopher, physician, professor, marine biologist, and artist
who discovered, described and named thousands of new species, mapped a genealogical tree relating all life forms, and coined many terms in biology,
including ecology, phylum, phylogeny, and Protista.  His art is astonishingly detailed.  
The JZeussM channel.  Here you can find music videos from my husband's bands, Fleshmop, Joint Chiefs, and Cheek.  There are also assorted
vintage videos of the Axiom's production of Jesus Christ Superstar, in Houston, Texas.
My own YouTube channel.  Art, puppies, Sea Monkeys, camping trips, and so forth.
Our friend Leesa is a world class drummer who plays with this all-female band that is passionate about Led Zeppelin.  Definitely see them live if you ever
get the chance.  Even Jimmy Page himself is a fan!
My friend Jay Alexander has a theater in San Francisco and he does the most mind-bending illusions,
storytelling, and clever interactive performances  
"Let fear run down your spine" is the motto of this fabulous, clown-filled destination in Tonopah, Nevada, USA.
An artistic hub in Houston, Texas, honoring delicious and beautiful oranges, along with a link to Houston's one and only
Beer Can House and other Bayou City treasures.
You absolutely want to see these horrifying-looking foods.  If nothing else, please appreciate the next-level use of tablescape
Mmm, the good old days.  The days of clown pickles and tomato aspic...
English fashion in the 60s and 70s. Crepespun indulgence. Click on each picture to go to the next.
James Lileks website, containing the Institute of Official Cheer, and ohhh so much more.  A virtual treasure trove of vintage goodies. Bygone days, lovingly
scanned and preserved, then hilariously annotated.  Fond remembrances of the grand, modern dream kitchens of 1939?  You'll find it here.
Friend and fellow mandala painter, Marianne creates mandalas that are graceful and exquisite.
My dear and beautiful friend Angelina Villalobos (who also happens to be the dog mom to one of our pups), is an extraordinary artist and mural
painter in Seattle.  She is also dedicated to education and community outreach.
A man's very detailed tribute to his Burbank, California childhood home.  Purchased in the mid 1960s for a mere $18,950(!). The more you
peruse this lovingly-curated collection, the more you may realize that, in time, you too may turn into your parents.  It's pretty much inevitable.
Steve Wesson's faithful, virtual recreation of a ride from Disneyland's Tomorrowland that could be visited from 1967-1985.  This ride profoundly
changed my life as a 6-year-old. I believed that I shrank down to the size of a molecule. Featuring the incredible voice talent of
Paul Frees.
Our lifelong friends Jason and Tamarie founded a theater company in Houston, Texas.  Their productions are always original and powerful.
This is truly an American manifestation of cool and eccentric stuff, with so many collections that there are 3 different tours. The enormous carousel
features 269 carousel animals, 182 chandeliers, over 20,000 lights, and hundreds of mannequin angels hanging from the ceiling  - but no horses.
Why yes, there is a museum dedicated to The Three Stooges, and it's in Pennsylvania.
Roll your mouse over the dots for a surprise. Really. Keep rolling. This is one of many interesting projects by programmer/artist Annie Albagli.
Pixels fighting in the internet universe.  Reload to change colors.
An infinitely zooming art image. Left click to see the menu of variations.
When my husband and I bought our house, the inspector told us that the property was right near where moonshine used to be made, back in the
prohibition days. So we named our place Moonshine Gardens.  We're developing new ideas and stuff, so this link will soon go to more Rachro & Jay
adventures. Search for us online after March 31, 2021.  PS: Find Jay's current music and entertainment production page at
Moonshine G Productions.