We’ve been fans of the Deadbeat Club since we first encountered their zines from what seems like years ago. With a one-night only event happening tonight (10/17), we asked some of the members of this tight knit photo crew to talk about each other’s pictures. Here’s are the results, beginning with Dennis McGrath’s take on Ed Templeton’s photo, above.
Alexis Ross took traditional Chinatown Laundry bag material and turned it into the upper for his new Vans Syndicate OG Authentic Pro CV “S” shoe.
“Macbeth,” a Toiletpaper project for the Metropolitan Opera by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari.
After noticing that police spotted him curiously “digging around flower pots” along the route for Chicago Marathon, 29-year old real estate agent Bryan Duffy took off into the race and joined marathoners until he was eventually tackled by Chicago PD. His pockets contained an altoids tin with ten capsules of molly, and $541 in cash.
Bill Hader brings back “Inside SoCal” for another episode on SNL
The Mystery of Morganna: The Kissing Bandit
A Brief History of Melancholy
Imagine if your house was filled with close to 6000 brown recluse spiders. Open a cabinet, there’s a spider. Get into bed, spider under your comforter. Check on the baby, spider in the crib. Taking a shower, spider hovering down from above. This was one Missouri family’s nightmare two years ago when the house they purchased became grossly infested with the venomous brown recluse. Now in classic American form, the arachnophobic family that abandoned the home are suing the previous owners for not disclosing the 48,000 legged problem.
In this film by Errol Morris, the Irish Rocker talks about the formation of the charity supergroup Band Aid.
Rest in Perm goes out to black hair-care entrepreneur Comer Cottrell, who turned the jheri curl (as worn by Lionel Richie, above) into an affordable hair style by bringing it into the home in the form of cheap kits targeted at adults and kids alike. He was 82 years old.
The 75th Anniversary stamp set that will briefly prolong the perpetual slow death of the great US postal service. It’ll be pretty awesome to send bills out with the Bat-Signal though.
With an overpass designed to look like Folsom Prison’s east gate guard towers, the newly-opened $3.8 million Johnny Cash Trail will take pedestrians and bicyclists on a continuous 2.5 mile journey outside the prison walls and across its grounds—from Folsom’s City Hall to the town’s large lake, north of the prison.
Pot News for Those Who Partake
In regards to unimportant questions: Did cannabis make The Beatles’ ‘Rubber Soul’ worse?
After that, here’s A look at Marijuana through the years
Los Angeles keeps innovating: 420 Nurses is a social network and photo studio for pot smoking “models” trying to make a dollar
While in Denver, these ladies are doing it different: Cannabrand, an advertising agency devoted exclusively to marketing marijuana
Meanwhile on the East Coast, “Stoners trade tie-dye T-shirts for Wall Street suits”
And in Jamaica, an obvious story: Rastas ready for ganja decriminalization
Launched as a pilot program “aimed to convince Americans to adopt the system of measure in use across much of the rest of the world,” Interstate 19 in Arizona is the only continuous stretch of highway in the United States that uses the metric system. As you can guess, the Carter administration program failed because America is still waiting on the rest of world to adopt the US customary system.
Performed by Junior Brown.
“Better Call Saul” beams through TV sets in February 2015.
“My mum told me that if I didn’t want to get pregnant, I should put a potato up there. I believed her.”
After complaining to physicians about abdominal pain, doctors found a sprouting potato deep inside a 22-year-old Colombian girl, which she had been using as some type of backwoods contraception device. Apparently, Mother does not always know best.
According to a new paper in the Review of General Psychology “real perfectionism can be devastatingly destructive, leading to crippling anxiety or depression, and it may even be an overlooked risk factor for suicide.”
The Self-Made Man by John Swansburg
The story of America’s most pliable, pernicious, irrepressible myth.