WHO: Tyler Clark Burke, Three Gut Records co-founder and visual artist
WHEN: Friday, 2 pm
WHERE: Sis Boom Bah (1114 Queen West, 416-531-7511)
CLOTHING: "I bought my pirate-style blouse at my favourite cheap store in New York, Necessary Clothing, for $35 U.S. My rings were gifts to my grandmother from my grandfather. My belt was custom made in a store in the Fulton Mall area of Brooklyn and cost $30 U.S., and my fluorescent pink fishnet stockings were $4 U.S. at Beacon's Closet in Williamsburg. My earring is from a set I found at Chateauworks (336 Queen West, 416-971-9314, and others) for $7, and the black shoes were $125 at Town Shoes (131 Bloor West, 416-928-5062, and others). My deep red skirt has really been around the block. I bought it four years ago at Urban Behaviour (Eaton Centre, 220 Yonge, 416-597-8882, and others) for $50. I made the zombie zebra heads for my Deadlines Part II art show, which just closed."
HAIR: "I hack away at the poor mess myself."
MY STYLE: "Classy and chaotic."
INTO: "Intrigue, Trampoline Hall, Wavelength, Feist, old crime, Paul Auster, Salt-n-Pepa, Henry Darger, Evil Genius, Active Surplus (347 Queen West, 416-593-0909); my 3-D drawings with Jim Munroe's Perpetual Motion Roadshow; my next art show, which opens at Tempo (596 College, 416-531-2822) December 8; my new party night, Santa Cruz, which launches Friday (November 21) at Stones Place (1255 Queen West, 416-536-4242). It's got everything that makes you want to take it off and get down, get down."