I’ve been waiting for this album for so long, but it’s a shame that it have been leaked onto the Internet prior to the official release date of 2nd of May. However, due to that leak, the entire album is now streaming on SoundCloud.
I’ve never really liked images of Marilyn Monroe. They all seem so contrived, fake and forced, but it’s just struck me while flicking through photos tagged 'vintage' that the sexiest images of Marilyn Monroe are the ones where she’s not trying to be sexy.
Conversely, Audrey Hepburn can’t seem to be anything but cute and sexy; without trying.
Hide Your Arms has gained something of a reputation for creating epic t-shirt lists and obsessing over films and TV shows to find t-shirts. When it was first suggested to me that I write a list of Doctor Who t-shirts (if you have an idea for a list send it in) I thought that it might be a tough ask since I don’t watch the show. I don’t have anything against it, I just already spend too much time watching TV shows, though since practically everyone says it’s good I probable should give it a go. Still, since the fans, or at least one fan, wanted a list of Doctor Who t-shirts, I made it my mission to hunt them down.
So, it’s not only me that had these kinds of thoughts as a kid. Paul, you’re not alone. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if ‘the powerful’ could use their imagination, a little more like children?
Around the end of the 80s all sorts of green technology talk was flying around in Britain, since then we’ve filled the sea with giant wind turbines and used up precious agricultural land for a lacklustre solar source of energy. I was an obnoxious kid back then, in many ways I still am, but I did have a habit of asking awkward questions that usually forced parents and teachers to concede with a nonchalant shrug before raising a pair of open palms to the air. I had a habit of testing the intelligence of my elders and self-proclaimed betters, because most people just don’t have the answers. I had one, but being a 12 year old boy from a broke ass family I wasn’t very likely I’d get anywhere with it, besides, Dragon’s Den hadn’t even been invented yet.
D*Face paints a mural reminiscent of a modern 1950’s comic book strip. This mural is part of the preparations for D*Face’s solo showcase at Corey Helford Galleryentitled Going Nowhere Fast opening on April 9th.
Corey Helford Gallery 8522 Washington BLVD. Culver City, CA 90232
As a Lichtenstein and street art fan, this combination really appeals. Awesome work.