Costacos Bros. for the Win

adidas brings Aaron Judge into the fold in classic fashion.

 

Sound Advice 234: Christos Katsiaouni

We are pleased to present our 234th installment of Sound Advice, featuring music selections by Christos Katsiaouni. The man behind ArtFits, Christos is a nightlife and portrait photographer living and working in New York City. He opens a solo show tonight (2/7) at Sensei Gallery in the Lower East Side.

 

Sound Advice 234
 
01. avril 14th by Aphex Twin
02. Victory by Puff Daddy ft. The Notorious B.I.G. & Busta Rhymes
03. Ghost Trains by Erlend Øye
04. Love Comes Quickly by Pet Shop Boys
05. Rich by Yeah Yeah Yeahs
06. Under the Cover of Darkness by The Strokes
07. Made of Stone by The Stone Roses
08. Happy by Surface
09. Running Away by Roy Ayers
10. Summer Madness by Kool and the Gang
11. Down and Out by Cam’Ron ft. Kanye West and Syleena Johnson
12. Evil Woman by ELO
13. She Was Born to be My Unicorn by T.Rex
14. I Found Lovin’ by Fat Back Band
15. Psychic City (Classixx Remix) by Yacht
16. Risin’ to the top by Keni Burke
17. Low Life by Future ft. The Weeknd
18. Home by LCD Soundsystem
19. Transportin by Kodak Black
20. I’d Rather Be With You by Bootsy Collins
21. Skywalker by Miguel feat. Travis Scott
22. Unfinished Sympathy by Massive Attack
23. Pull Up To The Bumper by Grace Jones
24. Voyage Voyage by Desireless
25. Don’t Wanna Fall In Love by Jane Child
26. Why by Carly Simon
27. Wear Your Love Like Heaven by Donovan
28. The Last of the Famous International Playboys by Morrissey
29. We Live In Brooklyn, Baby by Roy Ayers Ubiquity
30. Lips Like Sugar by Echo and the Bunnymen
31. The Skin of my Yellow Country Teeth by Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
32. Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God) by Kate Bush
 

 

The Saga Continues…

 

Last week our intrepid photographer (and massive Wu-Tang Clan fan), Christos, headed over to the San Remo cafe to take pics and hang out with Ghostface killah, The RZA and Cappadonna. The occasion was the release party for the Wu-Tang’s new album, The Saga Continues. The evening was pretty wild as the pictures attest.
 

Photographs by Christos Katsiaouni
 

Found Photos (pt. 41)

 
So this past Sunday I was riding around when I noticed a homeless man holding a tin in his hand. The tin looked like a bulk film tin. I rode over to him and saw a bunch of cardboard boxes and a couple more of those tins. I opened one tin. It was full of slides! I took one out and held it to the sun. It was an 1980’s porn photograph! So I pulled out another, and another slide, they were all 1980’s porn!! I gotta get that other one too I thought… so I asked the homeless man “Hey man, do you want that tin your holding? I’ll give ya a five for it.” He looked at me, I handed him $5.00. He walked down the alley headed to the store. I put his tin in my bag and the other three tins in my bag. Here’s a selection I chose for you. Pretty good score for $5.00

—Dave Schubert

 
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{Note: Nudity}
 

New York Repetition

From 2007 to 2016, between 8:30 am and 9:30 am, Peter Funch documented the southern corner of 42nd Street and Vanderbilt Avenue in New York City with his camera. His new book, 42ND AND VANDERBILT, is the beautiful result of 9 years of work.

 

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“If your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough”

 
Inspired by Robert Capa, Magnum’s Square Print Sale is back until June 9th at 6 PM EST.
 

Same Planet

One meal a day looks a lot different in an African conflict zone.

 

Found Photos (pt. 40)

 
Photos picked up by Dave Schubert over the past twenty years while digging through dead people’s stuff at garage sales, estate sales, and flea markets.
 
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ArtFits (vol. 36)

 

A look at people and the outfits they wear to art openings in New York City.

Photographs by Christos Katsiaouni

Location: Ryan McGinley at Team Gallery (03/02/2017)
 

Da Bomb

Dissecting North Korea’s Nuclear Program through the Hermit Kingdom’s own PR photos.

 

“I don’t know what’s worse: getting blown up in nuclear war or having a 7-11 on every corner.”

‘Party In The Back’ is Tino Razo’s new photo book documenting his time spent in Los Angeles continuously skating in search of the next empty pool.

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A Corporate Gift for Creators

Realizing money is money, Kodak is bringing back its classic EKTACHROME film.

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