July 20, 2012
jesuisperdu:

picasso painting ceramics at the dinner table, 1956
via MONDOBLOGO

I don’t usually reblogButDamnI want this on my wall

jesuisperdu:

picasso painting ceramics at the dinner table, 1956

via MONDOBLOGO

I don’t usually reblog
But
Damn
I want this on my wall

June 18, 2012

Crystal Waters - Gypsy Woman (She’s Homeless)

SHE WAKES UP EARLY EVERY MORNING
JUST TO DO HER HAIR… 

June 1, 2012
IF THERE WAS EVER A PHOTOTHAT EMBODIED EVERYTHINGI STAND FOR.IT WOULD BE THIS PHOTO. 

IF THERE WAS EVER 
A
PHOTO
THAT EMBODIED
EVERYTHING
I STAND FOR.
IT WOULD BE THIS PHOTO. 

April 16, 2012
vicemag:

Discotecture - Episode 2

In Episode 2, our designers and experts postulate the future of nightlife design by looking at past stalwart institutions such as Limelight, Studio 54, Mudd Club, Area, and Palladium. Stay tuned for Episode 3, which airs on April 23.

Watch it here

MAKES ME WONDER WHAT I’D DO IF I HAD MY OWN SPOT.ALSO, MAKES ME WONDER WHAT I’LL PLAN FOR MY BDAY.
HMMMMMMMM
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vicemag:

Discotecture - Episode 2

In Episode 2, our designers and experts postulate the future of nightlife design by looking at past stalwart institutions such as Limelight, Studio 54, Mudd Club, Area, and Palladium. Stay tuned for Episode 3, which airs on April 23.

Watch it here

MAKES ME WONDER WHAT I’D DO IF I HAD MY OWN SPOT.
ALSO, MAKES ME WONDER WHAT I’LL PLAN FOR MY BDAY.

HMMMMMMMM

April 3, 2012
WHOA.

WHOA.

(Source: newvandownbytheriver)

March 31, 2012
RIGHT BRAIN vs. LEFT BRAIN.

RIGHT BRAIN vs. LEFT BRAIN.

March 30, 2012
0H FIVE.THROWBACK.ME CLIMBING A MOUNTAIN IN ECUADOR.
LOOK OVER YOUR OLD PICS, IT’S THE BEST.

0H FIVE.
THROWBACK.
ME CLIMBING A MOUNTAIN IN ECUADOR.

LOOK OVER YOUR OLD PICS, IT’S THE BEST.

March 28, 2012
vicemag:

We all know that pumping heroin into your veins turns you into a phenomenal artist. Basquiat? Cobain? Burroughs? Have you seen the shit they were putting out before they started using? Of course you have, because it was put on your high school syllabus to teach you that you’ll never be able to create real art without a smack habit. But one group of artists your school books might not have mentioned are the dealers who use their own graphics to beautify their heroin baggies. Kind of like acid tab art, I guess, only more sinister and likely to kill you.Dequincey Jynxie is a female heroin user who runs a blog of the same name. It’s basically a photo archive of all the various heroin stamps floating around the Brooklyn and Manhattan areas, with reviews of the product itself so that other users have a real-time directory of what’s going to make them nod off into a state of blissful, introspective somnolence, and what’s going to leave them puking water and bile for hours. By the way, I’m pretty certain Dequincey Jynxie is an allusion to Thomas de Quincey, and not her real name. That’d be too heavy a self-fulfilling prophecy to heap on a kid.VICE: Hey Jynxie. What’s the story behind your heroin stamp archive blog?Dequincey Jynxie: Well, I was cleaning out my room, disposing of various trash and paraphernalia, when I found a variety of old stamps I’d tossed aside and decided I wanted to document them somehow. At first it was just images, but I added the reviews as it grew, almost as a notation to myself in case I came across something in the future. I started to save bags en masse, but eventually it got to be too much, as I was looking at a $30,000 pile of glassines to keep them all in, which probably could have paid for grad school or a sailboat. Fuck.What is it about the art on heroin bags that you love so much?My background is in fine art, and I worked as a mass market designer for a while, so I was always amused and excited by the branding. I also wanted to keep tabs on the quality of the product, especially if something was particularly good, bad, or just dangerous, so the site could work as a form of harm reduction.
Continue reading: The Art of Heroin Bags

A Little Afternoon Read.

vicemag:

We all know that pumping heroin into your veins turns you into a phenomenal artist. Basquiat? Cobain? Burroughs? Have you seen the shit they were putting out before they started using? Of course you have, because it was put on your high school syllabus to teach you that you’ll never be able to create real art without a smack habit. But one group of artists your school books might not have mentioned are the dealers who use their own graphics to beautify their heroin baggies. Kind of like acid tab art, I guess, only more sinister and likely to kill you.

Dequincey Jynxie is a female heroin user who runs a blog of the same name. It’s basically a photo archive of all the various heroin stamps floating around the Brooklyn and Manhattan areas, with reviews of the product itself so that other users have a real-time directory of what’s going to make them nod off into a state of blissful, introspective somnolence, and what’s going to leave them puking water and bile for hours. By the way, I’m pretty certain Dequincey Jynxie is an allusion to Thomas de Quincey, and not her real name. That’d be too heavy a self-fulfilling prophecy to heap on a kid.

VICE: Hey Jynxie. What’s the story behind your heroin stamp archive blog?
Dequincey Jynxie: Well, I was cleaning out my room, disposing of various trash and paraphernalia, when I found a variety of old stamps I’d tossed aside and decided I wanted to document them somehow. At first it was just images, but I added the reviews as it grew, almost as a notation to myself in case I came across something in the future. I started to save bags en masse, but eventually it got to be too much, as I was looking at a $30,000 pile of glassines to keep them all in, which probably could have paid for grad school or a sailboat. Fuck.

What is it about the art on heroin bags that you love so much?
My background is in fine art, and I worked as a mass market designer for a while, so I was always amused and excited by the branding. I also wanted to keep tabs on the quality of the product, especially if something was particularly good, bad, or just dangerous, so the site could work as a form of harm reduction.

Continue reading: The Art of Heroin Bags

A Little Afternoon Read.

March 25, 2012
2010.
I MADE THIS POSTER BACK IN 2010.AND I MUST SAY…IT’S COMPLETELY FUCKIN DOPE TO SEE HOW FAR I’VE COME.TIME HAS DEFINITELY CHANGED UP SOME GOALSBUT I’M VERY HAPPY TO BE WHERE I’M AT.I REVIEWED THIS TO SEE WHAT GOALS IVE ACCOMPLISHEDAND WHAT I HAVE TO WORK ON.AND….NOW…THE 2012 EDITION IS IN THE WORKS.ID SUGGEST THAT IF YOU HAVE GOALS,WRITE THEM DOWN.IT’S GREAT TO ACTUALLY SEE THEM…AND EVEN GREATER TO LOOK BACK AND SEE WHAT YOU’VE ACCOMPLISHED.GOOD LUCK.- 2012

2010.

I MADE THIS POSTER BACK IN 2010.
AND I MUST SAY…
IT’S COMPLETELY FUCKIN DOPE TO SEE HOW FAR I’VE COME.
TIME HAS DEFINITELY CHANGED UP SOME GOALS
BUT I’M VERY HAPPY TO BE WHERE I’M AT.

I REVIEWED THIS TO SEE WHAT GOALS IVE ACCOMPLISHED
AND WHAT I HAVE TO WORK ON.

AND….
NOW…
THE 2012 EDITION IS IN THE WORKS.

ID SUGGEST THAT IF YOU HAVE GOALS,
WRITE THEM DOWN.
IT’S GREAT TO ACTUALLY SEE THEM…
AND EVEN GREATER TO
LOOK BACK AND SEE WHAT YOU’VE ACCOMPLISHED.

GOOD LUCK.
- 2012

March 18, 2012

Maestro Knows – Special Edition (Frones)

IT’S MOTIVATING
SEEING SOMEONE DO WHAT THEY LOVE TO DO.
CHECK OUT HIS VIDEOS.
I PROMISE YOULL KEEP WATCHING.