Geoff McFetridge – “Studies”


Nieves has published a new book featuring the studies from Geoff’s ‘MEDITALLUCINATION’ show at V1 Gallery last March.  32 Pages in total, the softcover book is limited to a run of 1000. Have a look at some pages, below.

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Cash Money Bounce


A real nice mix by Levins.

Inside The Bladerunner Model Shop

Big people making little things.

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“I want to hear what Pete has to say, and I’ll make a decision.”


Almost 26 years after accepting a lifetime ban from Major League Baseball for betting on the team he managed to win, Pete Rose submitted a request to new commissioner Rob Manfred to be reinstated to baseball.

Nothing Quite Like Some Human Impact, Earth-Disaster Porn To Make You Feel Good About the Coming of Spring


NASA’s Images of Change

With a Simple Change in Background, A Time Lapse Becomes Interesting

Flowers by Thomas Blanchard

The Power of a Signature



The signed lease for Andy Warhol’s first official studio located in an abandoned firehouse at 159 East 87th Street is up for auction at Sotheby’s next month. The worn-down document from 1962 is estimated to fetch between $8000 – $12000. Much more expensive than the $150 per month rent which Warhol paid for the 2,500 sq. ft second floor space.


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No Thanks

Riding the “White Line” in Sedona, AZ.

Monday by Brown Cardigan

Because this is when you need the internet the most.


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The Newest Island on Earth


Situated 28 miles from Tonga in the South Pacific between the volcanic islets of Hunga Tonga and Hunga Ha’apai, the new one-mile island was formed during an underwater volcanic eruption that began in December. At its peak, the new island rises 1,640 feet above sea level. It is expected to dissolve slowly back into the ocean.

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Two Coasts, Four Photography Shows


San Francisco stays in the picture, while Foam brings a European eye for American Photography to Brooklyn. All this weekend.

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Creative Perversion in the Age of the 56k Modem


Wong Ping is as amazing as ever. Watch his latest short “Doggy Love,” below.
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Linked Out


Every week Chris Black uses his superior internet reading abilities to provide you with a list of links to things that you’re bound to find interesting

That Way We’re All Writing Now

Larry David’s Rough Night Out With The Aging Literary Lion

The Man Who Ran an Online Alarm Clock for a Decade

Why Southern Accents Sound Southern

The Story Behind America’s First Government-Run Weed Shop

What Really Happens When You Crack Your Knuckles

Exploring The Magic of Mushrooms

I Remember It Had a Blue Cover and… Finding Books by Their Plot Lines

Buried in Vinyl With Jarvis Cocker

The Things People Fiddle With at Their Desks

Why Did Everyone Stop Taking Real Lunch Breaks?


— Chris Black / @donetodeath

Friday’s Vault

Frankie Hill in Powell’s Celebraty Tropical Fish

Moving Past That Peak Drinking Age


How many drinks a person your age averages per week.

via, boingboing

A Look Through Independent 2015

Art was seen, names were not taken.

Leisure Class With a Weaver Past


The Lewis Woven Loafer, part of the new Cole Haan & Todd Snyder collection.

Livin’ in the Net

Turning an internet cafe stall into a place to live in Japan.

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