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Party Rats: Ideal for Night Blogging!
08.20.2009
08:19 pm
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They’re plastic rats. They fit on your fingers. And they shoot light out of their noses. Lights of many colors. Which, according to the packaging, is “Ideal for Night Blogging!”

What? You haven?

Posted by Jason Louv
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08.20.2009
08:19 pm
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Swoon Magazine: LA/NY Fashion Underground (Now Shipping!)
08.14.2009
03:13 pm
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Bump… Swoon Magazine, the awesome Los Angeles / New York underground fashion mag that I covered previously on Dangerous Minds is now shipping.

This issue features on the current Los Angeles and New York music scenes (and this stuff is actually GOOD. I hate most music and especially indie crap but editor Kelly McKay is an adept at finding and publicizing Truly New and Exciting and Interesting bands that people haven’t heard of and really should. This stuff WILL expand your cultural knowledge base about 17 chess moves past the party line.)

Bands featured in this issue:

From LA: We Are The World, Weave, Rainbow Arabia, Marfa and Ne-af, Fancy Space People, Hard Place, Hecuba, Jer Ber Jones.

From NYC: Preacher and the Knife, Bellmer Dolls, Lights, New York Night Train, Golden Triangle, Patrick Cleandenim, Rebecca Cherry, The Nasties, Electric Tickle Machine, The Beets, Light Asylum, Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson, White Diamonds, Class Actress, Bunny Rabbit.

Get yours here before they’re gone!

Posted by Jason Louv
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08.14.2009
03:13 pm
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Dark Carnival of the Soul: Gathering of the Juggalos 2009
08.12.2009
11:12 am
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We’re big fans of artist Derek Erdman here at Dangerous Minds (his painting Fortunate Teens Party With Morrissey (1994) hangs in our office). Derek made a trip (dark pilgrimage?) to The Gathering of the Juggalos (i.e. fans of The Insane Clown Posse rock group) and he’s put up an appropriately insane photo gallery of what he found there. Here are some of our favorites.

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Charming, eh? Here’s a group shot of some Juggy buddies and a couple of Juggettes:

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Her sign reads: “$2 to see nice big ole titties” but offers a dollar discount if you happen to be a “down ass Ninja.” Another sign, on a food truck read “Show us your tits or dick for a free drink”!

 

 

And there is the video version. Reminds me a lot of Heavy Metal Parking Lot, obviously.

DARK CARNIVAL OF SOULS: The Juggalo Gathering 2009 by Derek Erdman

Thank you Chris Campion!

 

Posted by Richard Metzger
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08.12.2009
11:12 am
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Man Plays Bass and Performs Breast Exam on Himself
08.11.2009
11:57 pm
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This gets pretty interesting at around 1:16.


(via Coilhouse)

Posted by Tara McGinley
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08.11.2009
11:57 pm
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Ian & Lozz: My Animal Side
08.09.2009
10:45 pm
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Photographer Ian Lozz and Art Director/Illustrator Lawrence Mann have new work up on their website titled “My Animal Side.” I adore the classic English gentleman look!

 

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Ian & Lozz

Thanks Lea Zuccaro!

Posted by Tara McGinley
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08.09.2009
10:45 pm
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Taste the Unwearables: Food Fashion
07.31.2009
08:09 pm
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Style Bubble has a fun post about De Culinaire Werkplaats’ “Taste the Unwearables” edible fashion installation and menu created for fashion week. The designs are made from fruit and vegetable gelatin-based fabrics (no meat, they’re vegetarian.) Style Bubble says, “So we entered and immediately I went on a camera frenzy snapping everything and anything… fruit gelatin-based fabrics form neckpieces, dresses over chicken wire and dried fruit/vegetables make earrings, rings and bracelets. They’re even constructing an edible wedding dress this weekend that will be eaten in a communal feast.”

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Style Bubble’s “Eating with Eyes”

Posted by Tara McGinley
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07.31.2009
08:09 pm
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Swoon Magazine: LA/NY Fashion Underground
07.29.2009
03:20 pm
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My very good friend Kelly McKay’s fashion magazine Swoon is launching its latest issue, a split publication devoted to the New York and Los Angeles music scenes. Issue five, arriving immanently, is available for pre-order?

Posted by Jason Louv
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07.29.2009
03:20 pm
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Pulp Book: 70s Style Photography by Neil Krug
07.22.2009
08:54 pm
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I like this this! Pulp Book is collaboration between supermodel Joni Harbeck and photographer Neil Krug. The book will feature 200 pulp inspired images. Neil Krug explains his book:

Pulp is an upcoming photo book of psychedelic images made to look like old school paperback covers. The book features supermodel Joni Harbeck exclusively as the heroine in a world of fabricated dramas. Everything in the book has been photographed with expired polaroid film to put across the mood of looking at a beautifully beat to hell dusty LP cover.

Putting this book together has been my favorite project to date. The book reflects our love for artists such as Robert McGinnis, Tanino Liberatore, Alejandro Jodorowsky, and a slew of others. Their work is a major influence for this project.


Pulp by Neil Krug

Mini Interview: Neil Krug

Posted by Tara McGinley
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07.22.2009
08:54 pm
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Clown: Fashion Editorial Gif Style
07.21.2009
01:11 pm
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Posted by Tara McGinley
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07.21.2009
01:11 pm
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The Giant Dollhouse of Viktor & Rolf
07.20.2009
03:24 pm
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Highsnobiety wrote a fascinating article on Viktor and Rolf’s enormous dollhouse exhibit dedicated to the spectacular designs of Paris catwalk shows. Highsnobiety says:

To write about this has been on my agenda too long. Just saw the images on my machine again and had to post this now. Beginning of this year we went to the Centraal Museum in Utrecht to visit the biggest overview exhibition of Viktor and Rolf ever shown in Holland. In retrospective the highlights of 15 years of their work was presented. The influence of this duo has been huge and we?

Posted by Tara McGinley
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07.20.2009
03:24 pm
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