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This is a day in the life of Andy Takakjian. Andy is an original Vision Streetwear artist responsible for the creation of boards like the Psycho Stick and the ‘Gonz’. Build your own classic deck here.
The energy in this room is insane. Live At Wilson Center, Washington D.C. 1988.
Jim Jocoy, traveling between S.F. and L.A., shot portraits of every interesting punk rock personality who caught his eye—with each subject posed amidst the scene’s ruinous and chaotic environment. Some were musicians and some were artists. All were fans and enthusiasts. And they were the original creators of what is regarded as the most potent subculture of the late 20th century. Some of the more celebrated individuals of punk legend featured in this book are Darby Crash, Iggy Pop, Lydia Lunch, Sid Vicious, John Waters, Bruce Connor and members of X, The Cramps, The Avengers, Flipper, The Screamers, The Nuns, and many others. Additional photos and interview on VICE.
Reptilians (also called reptoids, reptiloids, saurians, or Draconians) are purported reptilian humanoids that play a prominent role in fantasy, science fiction, ufology, and conspiracy theories. The idea of reptilians was popularized by David Icke, a conspiracy theorist who claims shape-shifting reptilian aliens control Earth by taking on human form and gaining political power to manipulate human societies. Icke has claimed on multiple occasions that many of the world leaders are, or are possessed by, so-called reptilians.
Here is a list of 10 modern day sightings.
View the entirety of Eugenia’s work in one place (over 1200 collages) on her Tumblr archives.
Search millions of photographs from the LIFE photo archive, stretching from the 1750s to today. Most were never published and are now available for the first time through the joint work of LIFE and Google.
One of the funniest dudes around is back with a new special now streaming on Netflix.
Jack White is a mad man. The Vinyl Factory goes inside Third Man Records‘ recently opened record-pressing plant, located in Detroit’s Cass Corridor. The facility combines efforts of man and machine to create unique vinyl discs and album covers, and helps preserve what was nearly a lost art.