THE BIKERIDERS

dazeddigital:

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In 1963, photographer Danny Lyon joined a fearsome biker gang called the Chicago Outlaws. The resulting photobook, The Bikeriders, will be showcased at the Atlas Gallery this summer – see more images here.

holstee:

Life learning six from our collaboration with Brain Pickings: “Presence is far more intricate and rewarding an art than productivity.” To view this print, go to http://ift.tt/1rIrgCA. #holsteelove #letterpress #letterpresslove / taken with Instagram http://ift.tt/1zQFofs

holstee:

Life learning six from our collaboration with Brain Pickings: “Presence is far more intricate and rewarding an art than productivity.” To view this print, go to http://ift.tt/1rIrgCA. #holsteelove #letterpress #letterpresslove / taken with Instagram http://ift.tt/1zQFofs

theshoutfactory:

The word of the day is ‘SHOUT!”

theshoutfactory:

The word of the day is ‘SHOUT!”


Flash of Pop: Junya Watanabe Spring/Summer 2001, Karoline R. and Alissa photographed by Junji Hata

Flash of Pop: Junya Watanabe Spring/Summer 2001, Karoline R. and Alissa photographed by Junji Hata

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mocatv:

Source images depicting the city of Kandor in a bottle altered, framed, and adapted by Mike Kelley.
Now on MOCAtv: the story of Mike Kelley’s Kandors, his scaled-down representations of the fictional capital of Krypton, Superman’s home planet. Kelley analyzed versions of Kandor rendered by different artists throughout the long history of the DC Comics serial, and constructed three-dimensional models that duplicate the size and detail of the diverse stylizations found in different episodes.

mocatv:

Source images depicting the city of Kandor in a bottle altered, framed, and adapted by Mike Kelley.

Now on MOCAtv: the story of Mike Kelley’s Kandors, his scaled-down representations of the fictional capital of Krypton, Superman’s home planet. Kelley analyzed versions of Kandor rendered by different artists throughout the long history of the DC Comics serial, and constructed three-dimensional models that duplicate the size and detail of the diverse stylizations found in different episodes.

showstudio:

John Galliano’s “Work in Progress” haute couture for the winter 2005 Dior collection, celebrating the centenary of Dior’s birth and the work of the Dior ateliers

showstudio:

John Galliano’s “Work in Progress” haute couture for the winter 2005 Dior collection, celebrating the centenary of Dior’s birth and the work of the Dior ateliers

mocatv:

"Mike [Kelley] told me that he saw this early, I guess you could call it a band, that I had when I was going to school in Toronto. He called it noise garage, which was actually great, because I never had a name for what we did. Our teacher, George Manupelli, got us a gig at the ann Arbor Film Festival. They ended up pulling the plug on us. But Mike was there, and I didn’t meet him, but he said it kind of inspired him to go home and start a noise garage band. And I guess that became Destroy All Monsters."—Kim Gordon. 
[Photo: Kelley and Gordon, Los Angeles, 1985. Courtesy of John Hamois.]

mocatv:

"Mike [Kelley] told me that he saw this early, I guess you could call it a band, that I had when I was going to school in Toronto. He called it noise garage, which was actually great, because I never had a name for what we did. Our teacher, George Manupelli, got us a gig at the ann Arbor Film Festival. They ended up pulling the plug on us. But Mike was there, and I didn’t meet him, but he said it kind of inspired him to go home and start a noise garage band. And I guess that became Destroy All Monsters."—Kim Gordon

[Photo: Kelley and Gordon, Los Angeles, 1985. Courtesy of John Hamois.]


Warhol + Basquiat 

Warhol + Basquiat 

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drawing-bored:

i need one of these. badly.

drawing-bored:

i need one of these. badly.