I’ve gotten a bit behind with uploading my photographs. I have several hundred to upload, and the Internet situation here isn’t good. But here’s a tid bit for now.
January 26, 2010
Yes, well, I have to do homework now and then. This sums up my day.
January 27, 2010
After a hard days work. What else is there to say?
January 28, 2010
Went down to Piccadilly Circus and saw "The 39 Steps." I enjoyed this more than "Chicago."
January 29, 2010
Checked out the National Portrait Gallery. Sounds boring, but I will definitely be going back!
January 30, 2010
A real British football match. Too bad my team, Queen's Park Rangers, lost.
January 31, 2010
Brighton has some colorful street art, a detail ornate royal pavilion, a museum, and a stone beach.
February 1, 2010
Picked up a stone puppy at Brighton's shore.
Last week I had some fun with a friend making light graffiti drawings.
Here are a few, you can also check out the Album. We also made a video.
I went to Montreal for a few days in the summer. As usual, I was armed with my little camera and was seeking out graffiti and street art. Silly me, and with lack of time and a lot of filmmaking to do, I forgot to post the photos. So here are some and I will post the rest continuously…
These were found in the Saint Catherine Street area. They are similar to the work of Swoon. But no assumptions here.
More to come later…
One might have found Insane Clown Posse images pasted cleverly around the University of Massachusetts Amherst campus at the end of the semester.
Some of the pasted pieces of paper have survived the dreary weather, while many have dissolved.
The Insane Clown Posse has been around for a while; the clowns have remained big in the underground.
This video clip of ICP is from 1995, according to SacredC0w‘s YouTube page.
Loads of ICP videos are posted on YouTube and various Web sites.
PBS’s Frontline included the group in an episode called The Merchants of Cool.
PasteMagazine.com has an article called “THIRTY REASONS WHY THE INSANE CLOWN POSSE’S 2009 GATHERING OF THE JUGGALOS INFOMERCIAL IS THE GREATEST YOUTUBE CLIP EVER.”
Non-the-less, the group is still a controversial act after more than ten years.