Iggy Pop, Sixteen
Here is just a brief section regarding his rides on Metro North:
“As artworks they are poor, yet every one is a profile in courage. Courage that some poor souls would even dare to patrol these damned, forbidden spaces, much less even attempt to create something. Courage to leave a mark as symbol of absence: the absence of caring, the absence of a job, the absence of themselves moving on, even the absence that is death. Lately, someone has been tagging in ragged purple, just the word “Bones” over and over again near Morris Heights, but everything else you see is pretty ordinary.”
photo by Luna Park
Black Moon performing I Got Cha Opin Live at The Apollo in 1993
Vintage Mongoose is a site dedicated to the visual history of Mongoose.
“100% creative control of all aspects of their music, art, and release schedule with no 3rd party participation in outside business”
Odd Future signs a kind of record deal that should’ve been in place since day one.
This is a well designed retrospective of Grotesk‘s illustration and design work. The book is real fun to page through.
Oh man, these are so tight. I saw this Tropical Rhino print on a Polo shirt over the weekend deep in Brooklyn, and am sad I did not pick it up since it’s not online.
Seriously, it’s perfect. And not that I know him but, from pictures I’ve seen, the dude kinda looks like Jamie O’Shea.
87 Dreams of a Lifetime by Artistic Freestyle Board Skater Daniel Gesmer. Originally shot for Public Domain in 1988.
Revok’s sentence after the judge found him to have “violated his probation on a misdemeanor vandalism charge by failing to pay adequate restitution to his victims.”
David “The Bullet” Smith
For instance, Joy Division was first billed as Stiff Kittens.
A nice video by Casey Randerson for our friend Marial aka Seasick Mama
Try before you buy. Listen below.