Men’s shoes with camera hidden in heel. Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera since 1870 October 30, 2010-April 17, 2011 at SF MoMA
From Life magazine
Ksubi lets a bunch of wild animals loose to celebrate their new boutique in Sydney, Australia. What bedlam. If you didn’t know this already, in 2001 Ksubi let over 200 live rats loose on the catwalk during a fashion show. www.ksubi.com
New works by R. H. Quaytman at the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco. Opens October 22. More here.
In a pile of broken dreams, debt, and with his empire in shambles, founder of the revolutionary Penthouse magazine dies in a hospital in Plano, Texas at 79.
Valaida Snow: incendiary trumpet sensation and singer. She was addicted to morphine and whist traveling through Europe in the early 40s she was captured by Nazi’s. She was released one year later, but never recovered from the experience.
On location in the cotton fields. October. Photography by Oliver Maxwell Kupper.
Sleep paralysis is a condition that can be described as waking up in your own mind in a state of immobile terror. Physiologically you are awakening whilst still trapped inside of REM sleep. The paralysis may be accompanied by terrifying hallucinations and an acute sense of danger. Many scientists have blamed this condition for alien abductions and ghostly encounters.