Gorgeous Psychedelic Posters

Handbills and Posters from Detroit’s Grande Ballroom, circa 1967-68   Simply stunning vintage handbills for Detroit’s historic live music venue The Grande Ballroom. The majority of these trippy handbills and postcards were designed by Gary Grimshaw (who died in January of this year) and Carl Lundgren. Historically significant, yes, but from a design perspective, these are just jaw-droppingly, […]

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Warhol’s Bio/Recent Movie Deal

Above: Andy Warhol and Victor Bockris, New York Mudd Club, 1978©Marcia Resnick Interview with Victor Bockris Following my review of Andy Warhol’s biography by Victor Bockris, I was pleased to know that the author himself was kind enough to grant me an interview regarding the book itself as well as the recent deal that was made regarding […]

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Warhol

The Biography by Victor Bockris   It is actually the 4th book I have read that was written by Victor Bockris and the third one about Warhol. I have never been deceived by Bockris in the past but I have to say that this one, written in 1989, must have been a very hard and complex task […]

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Perverse Portraits

Tokyo People Photographed in their Bathtubs For his series Couple Jam, Tokyo-based Photographer Hal visited underground Tokyo bars in the Red Light District. These hidden places in Shibuya and Kabukicho, were more than influential for the photographer, as there he often finds models to pose for his perverse but interesting photographs. From strippers to businessmen, Hal […]

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SANTA MUERTE

PRAYER OF THE HOLY DEATH Lord, before Your Divine Presence God Almighty, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, I ask for your permission to invoke the Holy Death. My White daughter. I want to humbly ask, that you break and destroy all spells and darkness that may present itself before my persona, in my home, and […]

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Justine Tjallinks

Mirrored Emotions Justine does not consider herself a photographer by definition, but an image-maker carefully curating elements to communicate a feeling. Tjallinks tries to mirror her own emotions in her work. She calls herself “an image-maker carefully curating elements to communicate a feeling.” 47 Chromosomes   ARTIST STATEMENT It’s amazing how a mother-to-be today can determine […]

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UNPOP ART

The UNPOP ART Movement was founded in 2003 by Boyd Rice, Brian Clark and Shaun Partridge. Its other members include: Jim Goad, Adam Parfrey, Larry Wessel, Lorin Partridge, Nick Bougas, Beth Love, Gidget Gein and Charles Krafft. It has been described by Brian Clark, the movement’s “Minister of UnPropaganda” as follows: is any form of […]

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Rest in Peace Billy Name!

The Silver Factory  Darkroom  Ghost By Nate Freeman William Linich (February 22, 1940 – July 18, 2016), the primary architect, foreman, lighting designer and archivist at Andy Warhol’s Factory,  film-maker and photographer, who used his camera to immortalize its denizens, has died at age 76. To look through the snapshots taken by Name in the 1960s is […]

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Classic Dionysian Shit

An Interview with Richard Hell by Adam Leith Gollner “Without a doubt, the single most influential thing I’ve done was my haircut,” Richard Hell writes in Massive Pissed Love, his new collection of nonfiction. It’s a characteristically self-deprecating statement from a writer who started as one of the main sparks in New York City’s 1970s […]

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