Selections from the 2011 Mermaid Parade

Coney Island gets freaky as usual.

photos by Erica Simone

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Jefferson Siegel

Busted Harlem cocaine kingpin so obsessed with ‘Scarface,’ he put his face on the film poster

This Week…

Morrissey debuted three new songs

Our friend Alix McAlpine sent us pictures of Art in Paris

We looked at a bunch of girls who got Naked in Nature

Banksy Made Mondays Free at Art In The Streets


Renata Sozzi was our Muse

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Joel Meyerowitz, Florida 1968



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Terry Richardson

Bill Daniel Opens Up His Archive

TRI-X-NOISE is Bill Daniel’s new website featuring classic, quality handmade photographs at super-accessible prices ($25 and up).

“Tri-X-Noise is a way I can sell prints directly to you. The deal is to try to make these as accessible as possible— $35 for an 8×10, $45 for an 11×14, $65 for a 16×20— about the prices you’d pay for digital prints. But these are real, analog, optically-printed hand-made photographs― b/w double weight fiber paper, archivally processed. (Gelatin Silver Prints) If I make a photograph it’s made to last as long as humanly possible. I want you to be able to give your grandkids a photo of a Minor Threat show that they can give to their kids. Maybe that’s a silly idea, but that’s part of what motivates me.”

Visit the site here

(Thanks Rog!)

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Magnum Photographer Elliot Erwitt, New York, 1974


Jamal Shabazz Street Photographer


A new film documentary by Charlie Ahearn debuting June 26th at Bam

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Alexi Hobbs

This Week…

We looked at the abandoned Gulliver’s Kingdom

Casey Neistat made a nice video about NYC Bike Lane obstructions

FriendsWithYou opened Rainbow City under the Highline

Hennessy Youngman created a piece of art out of Coogi sweaters


Valerie van der Graaf  was our muse for the week

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Thurston Hopkins

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Dali and Gala filming the “Dream of Venus” in the Murray Korman Studiosin New York, 1939
Photograph: George Platt Lyne

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Back when baseball had some edge.

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