newyorker:

Hua Hsu on scenes from the New York City’s pre-gentrification graffiti subculture:

“I remember seeing stickers by COST and his partner, REVS, everywhere: on buildings, trucks, cranes, ladders, lampposts, crosswalk signals, stop signs. It troubled me that I could not decode their meaning. What were they selling? When I learned that the answer was nothing, I was confused and then astonished.”

Photograph courtesy Artists Public Domain/Cinema Conservancy

newyorker:

Hua Hsu on scenes from the New York City’s pre-gentrification graffiti subculture:

“I remember seeing stickers by COST and his partner, REVS, everywhere: on buildings, trucks, cranes, ladders, lampposts, crosswalk signals, stop signs. It troubled me that I could not decode their meaning. What were they selling? When I learned that the answer was nothing, I was confused and then astonished.”

Photograph courtesy Artists Public Domain/Cinema Conservancy

(via newyorker)

Frances McDormand and Lisa Cholodenko on the set of the HBO series Olive Kittredge. Photo by Alison Cohen Rosa for the New York Times.

Frances McDormand and Lisa Cholodenko on the set of the HBO series Olive Kittredge. Photo by Alison Cohen Rosa for the New York Times.

ozu-teapot:

Cat People - Jacques Tourneur - 1942
Simone Simon

ozu-teapot:

Cat People - Jacques Tourneur - 1942

Simone Simon

Standing in line to get into store: 30-45 minutes
Standing in line to get a free cup (or two) of craft beer: 20 minutes
Opportunity to buy $10 limited-edition cassettes, vinyl and T-shirts at reduced prices and watch DJs mix cassette tapes: Priceless

Standing in line to get into store: 30-45 minutes

Standing in line to get a free cup (or two) of craft beer: 20 minutes

Opportunity to buy $10 limited-edition cassettes, vinyl and T-shirts at reduced prices and watch DJs mix cassette tapes: Priceless

(Source: stonesthrow)

Still taken from Nico: An Underground Experience.
"Killer In the Club Car" by Mac Conner, This Week magazine, 1954.
Taken from "The Real Mad Men: Mac Conner’s stunning New York illustrations - in pictures," The Guardian, September 8, 2014.

"Killer In the Club Car" by Mac Conner, This Week magazine, 1954.

Taken from "The Real Mad Men: Mac Conner’s stunning New York illustrations - in pictures," The Guardian, September 8, 2014.

The above photo is by Mark Seliger. How do I know? Because it was included in Wu-Tang’s cover story with Rage Against the Machine in Rolling Stone, September 4, 1997. 
Easy.
I really wish Tumblr folks that post flicks of their favorite stars would learn how to properly accredit images, especially when it’s as well-known as this one. 

The above photo is by Mark Seliger. How do I know? Because it was included in Wu-Tang’s cover story with Rage Against the Machine in Rolling Stone, September 4, 1997. 

Easy.

I really wish Tumblr folks that post flicks of their favorite stars would learn how to properly accredit images, especially when it’s as well-known as this one. 

(Source: beggarsvintage, via thefader)

"I don’t believe that a reviewer or a critic can really criticize well unless he can praise well."

James Dickey (via theparisreview)

duralexglass:

crumblingaura:

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Stevie Wonder’s Innervisions. Gatefold artwork by Efram Wolff.

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Shabazz Palaces’ “The Palace Slide.” Artwork unknown.

i think it’s by nep sidhu

Confirmed by Sub Pop! Thanks for the clue.

Stevie Wonder’s Innervisions. Gatefold artwork by Efram Wolff.

Shabazz Palaces’ “The Palace Slide.” Artwork unknown.