“The years of restless desire and blossoming sexuality; the world of high school, parking lots, and street corners; and the uniquely American culture in which all of us have grown up.” Joseph Szabo
The heart of American youth in the 1970s. So many photos. So rad.
Read more: http://lightbox.time.com/2011/06/27/joseph-szabo-american-photographys-best-kept-secret/#ixzz2SjOqJt9U
Everybody has that old t-shirt or pair of pants that you wear as much as possible and can’t stand the thought of loosing. Maybe you have that Pendelton backpack you found in an underground market in San Francisco for a dollar, that you somehow have managed to keep over the years. Whatever these things may be, they are subtly, yet incredibly important to our daily existence. Hence, Essentials. Hypebeast.com has be chronicling designers, jewelry makers, bloggers, and every other type of industry persona through a series of what makes up their everyday grab bag. The photos speak of who these people are without ever having to be seen in person. Here are some of my favorites, however you can see the full catalog here :http://hypebeast.com/search?s=Essentials
John Watson of Prolly Is Not Probably
Ryan Cross of Reebok Classics
Diplo: DJ, Producer, Songwriter
Valentin Ozrich of I Love Ugly
We love it when good people in our great city get some national spotlight. This week Brian McDaniel’s blog Dirty Richmond got some attention on a post the Complex website as one of the top 10 best mens style blogs in the country. Equally cool, friends of Rumors Amir and Myke were used as the featured picture for the article! Click the link to read more!
Back in 2000, Taschen, everyone’s favorite boundary pushing art-photography publishers released ‘Car Crashes & Other sad stories’, a violent, bleak collection of road accidents, deaths, murders and suicides from photographer Mell Kilpatrick.
Every year Insane Clown Posse, the makeup-clad nightmare clown rappers everyone loves to hate, hold their Gathering of the Juggalos. Held in various locations since its inception, the festival is a way for the ICP to throw the biggest party they can, and also a way to say thankyou to their fans, the Juggalos, the most passionate and eccentric fans you can imagine. Photographer Daniel Cronin has attended the last three Gatherings, meeting the Juggalos themselves, experiencing the intense family bond they all share, even as strangers, and documenting it on film, finally publishing it in this beautiful coffee table book from Prestel.
Help our friends in the Richmond Comedy Coalition build a theater for live comedy and classes in downtown Richmond! We’re helping by giving 20% of our sales tomorrow from 4-7 pm to the cause! Every customer during that time will help support local arts.
HERE is the link to their kickstarter so you can learn more and support local comedy!