This is a spread from my new zine Old Glory, out now through Kaugummi Books. Also, check out Kaugummi Magazine #5 which feature photos from Peter Sutherland, Dana Lauren Goldstein, Tim Barber, Todd Hido and many more.
I was in this used bookstore on my lunch break the other day and found this book on New York photographer, Toby Old.
its pacman fever around here. with his huge fight happening this weekend, i decided to upload a bunch of the photos i shot of him prepping for his last fight. if you got the new issue, you probably seen a bunch of them already, but theres some different ones in there too. check out the HAMBURGER EYES FLICKR PAGE..
also, enjoy this track from one of my favorite bands from back in the day. this is “P. POWER” by nation of ulysses from their first record “13 point program to destroy america”. the “P” stands for “philipino”.. !!
(via tony) “.. Sixty years ago, the Soviet Union detonated its first nuclear weapon, nicknamed “First Lightning”, at a test facility on the steppe of northeast Kazakhstan (formerly the Kazakh SSR). The test site, named the Semipalatinsk Polygon, would go on to host 456 atomic explosions over its 40-year existence. Residents in the surrounding area became unwitting guinea pigs, exposed to the aftereffects of the bombs both intentionally and unintentionally..” read more click here. photography by ED OU..
BRIAN DAVID STEVENS — http://driftingcamera.blogspot.com/
ZINE MART @ Berkeley Art Museum / Pacific Film Archive
Two weeks only! Take a look at the East Bayâ€™s rich D.I.Y. culture during Zine Mart, a special pop-up shop of â€˜zines and other self-produced multiples. Zine Mart is a creative partnership between L@TE guest programmer Franklin Melendez and the Oakland-based artist collective Rock Paper Scissors. We are delighted to host for the first time in a museum RPSâ€™s extensive â€˜zine library. This archive documents the history of these self-produced publications, as well as celebrating the East Bayâ€™s innumerable contributions. In addition, Zine Mart will feature an instructional video, as well as specially commissioned â€˜zines and multiples from Ari Marcopoulos, Bozidar Brazda, Kamao Patton, Marc Arthur, Vanessa Albury, Tammy Rae Carland, Taravat Talepasand, Joseph Akel, Isaac Valdez, and Kamao Patton, plus many more! The opening reception is Fri, Nov. 13 at 7:30 p.m. (store opens at 5 p.m.) and will feature a conversation between Ari Marcopoulos and Paul Schiek, as well as a book signing for SHOOT, the tome tracing the point and shoot revolution edited by Ken Miller. Zine Mart: Runs through Nov. 22 during regular museum hours.
*HAMBURGER EYES ISSUE 013 will be in the building, hide your kids