Modesty Blaise: Terry O’Neill 50 Years at the Top
Brigitte Bardot, Spain, 1971
Terry O’Neill: 50 Years at the Top opened yesterday at the esteemed Chris Beetles Gallery in London. The exhibit celebrates a half a century of Terry O’Neill’s iconic photographs. Including new and unseen prints from the 1960s. It was 50 years ago that Terry O’Neill first picked up a camera, and READ MORE….
Cherry Cola, Sno-Cones and Taffy
Lo-fi god, Ty Segall, after his show at Strange Matter in Richmond, VA. Segall describes his new album, Melted, out on Goner Records, as sounding like “cherry cola, Sno-Cones and taffy.” Ty Segall is currently on a US tour – view winter tour dates here.
Photo and text by Anna Wittel for Pas Un Autre
At the Rainbow House – Director’s Cut
Starring Devendra Banhart and Rebecca Schwartz, the premise of the Oliver Peoples 2011 campaign is an exploration of authentic intimacy and sexuality. The love affair is explored in the one-of-a-kind masterpiece by architect John Lautner: Rainbow House. Produced with acclaimed photographer and aspiring director Lisa Eisner.
Joan Jett Flips Me The Finger
1977: Joan Jett is not pissed off at me. She is just being Joan! We were all hanging around backstage waiting for Joan and the rest of The Runaways to take the stage. In a thousand years when a historian finds this photo they will be able to pinpoint the exact location by looking at the hieroglyphics on the wall of The Whiskey.
Photo and text by Brad Elterman
Fuck I Love You: The Art of Raif Adelberg
Raif Adelberg is an artist and designer based in Vancouver, Canada. READ MORE….
Canada Rising: D’Eon and Grimes
A joint release by L.A.’s Hippos In Tanks and Montreal’s Arbutus Records, the Darkbloom EP is the title of an amazing new collaboration by d’Eon and Grimes. Both rising stars in Montreal’s independent music scene, they produced their respective sides independently, though the project was conceptualized together. Here is a few track from d’Eon’s side. www.hipposintanks.net
mp3: d’Eon – Kill A Man With a Joystick in Your Hand
mp3: d’Eon – What We Want
Stealing the Street: Trust No Bitch
Derrick’s “Trust No Bitch” tattoo and finger tats that spell out “Kill” with tiny machetes. What bitch stole this man’s heart? San Francisco, CA. 2011 – Photography by Oliver Maxwell Kupper for Pas Un Autre READ MORE….
Italian Style on the Silver Screen
A major collection of rare images depicting the influence of Italian style in film will be unveiled at an exhibition at Proud Chelsea, which launched last Tuesday with a private viewing. The exhibition has been curated by celebrated top photographer Rankin and Italian fashion writer, film expert and cultural commentator Anna Battista in conjunction with Peroni Nastro Azzurro. The exhibition officially opened yesterday at Proud Chelsea and from there will tour another four UK cities , until Saturday 2nd April where it finishes in Bristol. The Peroni Collection – Italian Style on the Silver Screen explores the relationship between Italian fashion design and its enduring influence on film making, image making and characterisation. The exhibition will feature rare and never seen before images and costumes from the cinematic world. The Peroni Collection references not only classic Italian films like Ladri di Biciclette and Bellissima, but also more contemporary titles (including American Psycho and Casino Royale). The images, taken from classic Italian film and fashion archives from around the world, showcase the beauty of Italian fashion on celluloid. www.proud.co.uk