farm city!

January 31, 2011
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“This is the city and I am one of the citizens; whatever interests the rest interests me…
Politics, churches, newspapers, schools,
benevolent societies, improvements, bank tariffs,
steamships, factories, markets,
stocks and stores and real estate and personal estate.”



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american west.

January 27, 2011
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Nich Hance McElroy. Photographer. Seattle.

From the series ‘How to be alone.’ From what I can figure, these photos are all taken in Alaska, the final frontier.
Nich has a bunch of other photos here.


January 26, 2011
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Isaac Salazar. Paper Art. New Mexico.

Check his flickr for more cuts, folds, bookarts.

subtle disaster.

January 26, 2011
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EKTA. Murals. Gothenburg, Sweden.

Bright & Colourful! EKTA’s a prolific graphic artist, graffiti artist, muralist. Check out more of his stuff here.

Jump For My Love.

January 25, 2011
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via Wooster Collective.

coldest day of the year.

January 23, 2011
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Photos I found, looked at, liked:

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country heroes.

January 18, 2011
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Jim McGuire. Nashville Portraits.

Johnny Cash (with Dr. Billy Graham), Townes Van Zandt, Dolly Parton, Chet Atkins and a real young Steve Earle.
See a bunch of other important folks in American music here.


January 16, 2011
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Last night, my friend Michelle and I hosted our first supper club. It happened on Noble Street, in Parkdale, Toronto, Canada. It went real well – good food, good people, flowing booze.
I hope it happens again…

January 13, 2011

“And then I said… Do you plan to make revolution with cliches? And Jacinto answered that frankly there was no way he was planning to make revolution anymore, but that if some night he happened to be in the mood, then making it with cliches and the lyrics of sappy love songs wouldn’t be such a bad idea.”
[Roberto BolaƱo]

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vale street.

January 7, 2011
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Carol Jerrems. Photographer. Australian. 1949-1980.

Carol Jerrems took photos of the ‘sharpie’ youth subculture in Melbourne in the 1970s. Her photos mark the beginnings of a new-wave in Australian photography, a blurring of documentary-style realism and a more subjective-style of portraiture. Her style remind me of Gavin Watson‘s photos of British skinheads.

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