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Jesse Marinoff Reyes ( Jesse Marinoff Reyes Design, Maplewood, N.J.) … a cover of High Times from the 70s, with Truman Capote and Andy Warhol dressed up for Xmas. That’s mighty cool (and weird).
Imagine, the history of the nation hinged on an art book. One of the most dangerous anti-apartheid activists was arrested while reading an art book? What book? Until we find out, we can only speculate, that either it was a … Continue reading
Heresy has always had many faces. The classic division has always followed the Voltaire pattern of speaking truth to power in order to be absorbed within the establishment, and accept the sacraments. Heresy has traditionally been seen as four faced: … Continue reading
I can’t make the hills The system is shot I’m living on pills For which I thank G-d I followed the course From chaos to art Desire the horse Depression the cart I sailed like a swan I sank like … Continue reading
Masculinity in crisis as a black or absurd comedy. Society’s always seems to rejoice in a misplaced misplaced judgment that portrays violence as a reality principle, perhaps reflecting the influence of Quentin Tarantino. A video of a Halifax, Canada area … Continue reading
T’was the night before Yuletide, and all through the pad/Not a hipcat was swinging, and, thats nowhere dad/The kid’s was all hung, on that stocking routine/Hoping the fatboy would soon make the scene/I was ready for snoresville, man was I … Continue reading