The Fishing Net

The Tightrope A blind funambulist A bucket list A Thin thread And, at the very end The Kiss of Death. And yet, and yet… We all try to win that stupid bet, If you fall; A safety net? You’ll just drown, see? Down under the cold, dark sea One last look above Not a Sea […]

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Beating Time

 I Got Believers – Believing Me This is Angela Womann and This is BEATING TIME   Caution: this program may contain coarse language and/or material which may be considered offensive. Please be advised.

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Chris Labrooy

Tales of Auto Elasticity Inspired by Californian road trips along endless highways through deserted baron lands.  Auto aerobics began life as a tiny idea for a project about New York. Walking through Brooklyn on a winters evening is a truly memorable experience which motivated me to build a digital 3D model that captured the various […]

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ARAKI

Tokyo Lucky Hole Notorious in his native Japan for his challenging, emotionally raw images and explicit depictions of sexuality and mortality, Nobuyoshi Araki has courted controversy for the last five decades. Simultaneously erotic and historical, Araki reflects Japan’s unique combination of strict tradition and constant innovation. His fascination with Tokyo is manifest in his work, delving […]

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BRUTALISM

Bold, Brutal Concrete Brutalism, perhaps the most reviled of all architectural styles, has seen a bit of a renaissance and it’s now cool to think of Brutalist buildings as forgotten masterpieces. There’s no denying that these striking, massive concrete buildings appear as bold and dramatic in black and white photos as they are austere,  dehumanizing […]

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¥O-LANDI VI$$ER

SPOOK ASEM We see here Yolandi Visser completely undertaking her role as ”Mumma” as it is required in the movie ”Chappie”. This was filmed way back though when Yolandi was pregnant with her beloved daughter Sixteen Jones Die Antwoord , a South African rap group formed in Cape Town in 2008 formed by rappers Watkins Tudor Jones a.k.a Ninja  and Yolandi Visser, and producer […]

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Great Punk Stuff on Tape

All Star Punk Footage Here are some of my favorite documentaries, films or shorts about punk in general, a specific era, style or band. Each of them have this extra edge that somehow gave me an itch to watch them again. The Decline of Western Civilization (1981)  Penelope Spheeris’ documentary on the Los Angeles punk scene. Filmed between December […]

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Burns’ Love Nest and Vortex

Two Brand New Releases Unleashed!  I have written at least one post about Charles Burns before but maybe I failed to mention that to me he is amongst my 3 favorite graphic novel artist. I sincerly, deeply admire the quality, the releveance and the genius behind each of his books and other creations like the pocket […]

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Fuco Ueda

JUST LIKE HONEY                                   Fuco Ueda Solo Exhibition ” Odd-Eye “ December 10th – December 31th 2016 Opening reception : December 10th 6:00 – 9:00pm Open : noon – 6:00 pm Close : sun and mon Thinkspace gallery http://thinkspacegallery.com […]

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The Stooges Vintage Pics

 Live from Farmington High School in Oakland County DECEMBER 5TH 1970 On December 5, 1970, The Stooges played a show at Michigan’s Farmington High School. That’s Zeke Zettner on bass, James Williamson AND Ron  Asheton on guitar as well as Scott Asheton on drums.  Jim Edwards (lead singer of Detroit band The Rockets) saw these pictures taken by Syd Ganon at the gig […]

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