Just Sit On My Face and Tell Me That You Love Me

 

The art of Namio Harukawa.

Say No To Soft Drugs

 

Transcendental drawings by ERMSY

An Artist-In-Residence Program That’s Out of This World

 

Invader at the European Space Agency.

Found Photos (pt. 33)

 
All these photographs are from the same envelope dating back to the 70s/ 80s that was simply labeled “Girls.”
 
—Dave Schubert

Dzama / Pettibon

A collaborative zine between Marcel Dzama and Raymond Pettibon. Published by David Zwirner Books.

90 Minutes in Chelsea

All of the good art that I was allowed to take pictures of between 4:30 and 6:00pm last Thursday in NYC.

Smokin’ Good Times at the Sweetheart

Selections from Sweetheart Roller Skating Rink, Bill Yates’ photographic journey into roller skating rink culture in the backwoods of Florida in 1972.

Found Photos (pt. 32)

 
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.
 

ArtFits (vol. 14)

 

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

Photographs by Christos Katsiaouni

Location: The NY Art Book Fair, preview night (09/17/2015)

Ladies In Distress

 

The late pin-up artist Art Frahm made great pictures of girls in precarious situations.

ArtFits (vol. 13)

 

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

Photographs by Christos Katsiaouni

Location: Taylor McKimens “Stoic Youth” at The Hole (09/12/2015)

Back in the Day When They Used to Market Cocaine

 
Like everyone else with a Netflix subscription, we’ve been bingeing on Narcos. And while watching crazy Pablo Escobar pile up and bury money in Colombia is great entertainment, we got pretty curious about where that money was ultimately coming from. In 1979, with one in ten adults using drugs on a regular basis, the American consumer was on fire, pumping an estimated $420 Million per week into Pablo’s pockets. With almost everyone using, needing to distinguish oneself from the next person blowing snow became a status move and the paraphernalia market boomed. Here, we look at some of the advertising from the coke era between 1976 and 1981. Times, they have changed.

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