Eddie Granger (blue wallpaper photos) by Tate Tullier for Fantasticsmag
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SISSYDUDE LOVES: THE FUTURE of DIGITAL MAGAZINE STORY TELLING: PITCHFORK’S COVER STORY of JANELLE MONAE
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Pictures move, you can sample Monae’s new music, text gets revealed through moving geometric shapes, the interview is well written… so good! The future is here people…
Other PITCHFORK cover stories HERE
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SISSYDUDE LOVES: PICTURES OF DAVID HOCKNEY from JOHN KASMIN’S PRIVATE COLLECTION (via The Telegraph)
‘David Hockney was usually in emotional turmoil’
John Kasmin, the dealer who discovered the artist David Hockney in the Sixties, tells Alastair Sooke about their adventures.
READ THE STORY HERE @ THE TELEGRAPH
PICS via HERE
In 1989, when Galinsky was 20 years old, he and a friend spent six weeks driving across the U.S., taking pictures in malls. “At the time, the mall was the new public space, the new community center where people would interact,” Galinsky later said. “This was pre-Internet, pre-cellphone, there was smoking in malls, it was before the Gulf War. It was this weird moment in time where things were getting ready to change.” Over the years, many of these pictures have been reproduced in various publications and on a number of websites. One critic has commented that Galinsky captured, in these pictures, “in a beautifully off-kilter high-flash way, the cool ugliness of suburban style.” Another has written that “What makes these photos so appealing and oddly touching is the nostalgia bound up in them….They are from a not so distant past….The collection is imbued with a sense of the everyday melancholy but also manage to be a pop-anthropological feast.” A collection of some of these photographs, Malls Across America, will be published by Steidl in October 2013. WIKIPEDIA
more designs from the collection HERE!
Great interview with Sandra Dedrick @ It’s Psychedelic Baby Magazine
Unfamiliar with this Sissydude favorite? Check this site out:
FREE DESIGN official site
“H.O.D is a collective of artists, stylists, dancers, musicians, scenographers and more. We create events, shows, happenings, live paintings and do art direction (fashion shows, videos, concerts).” CHECK THEM OUT HERE!
MORE PICS HERE!
MORE PICS HERE!
Charlotte Morman talks about how she met her long time artistic partner Nam June Paik. The details of the establishment and presentation of the 1964 premier performance of Stockhausen’s “Originale” in New York is described in very funny detail.