Err, this is the world we’re in now. If you’re thinking of a quick dalliance tonight, you might want to visit the Love Contracts website, where you can print out a written agreement to ‘keep your love-making safe from potential false rape claims and other such unwarranted hardships’.
We heard that our friends at Vice Magazine had hooked up with Bonds to celebrate the launch of the label’s new unisex range, made2share. So after crashing the exhibition at Luxe Studios in Sydney, we discovered that six pairs of Australia’s most creative guy/girl duos had been invited to shoot portraits of each other wearing the same shared outfits.
Is it just me, or are kids getting more sophisticated these days? 17-year-old photographer Irwin Barbe shoots stylish, moody photos of candid moments with his friends that while reminiscent of early work by Ryan McGinley and other Vice Magazine darlings, are impressive given Barbe’s age.
Our friends over at Vice have just released a gigantopotamus [their words] of photographic gems [our words], featuring 240 glossy pictures of people by the likes of Harry Benson, Ryan McGinley, Jamie Lee Curtis Taete, Terry Richardson, ex-Warhol’s Factory guy Stephen Shore, Richard Kern, and a Japanese guy who likes to dress up as famous […]
From the various responses I got from my previous post about hipster hate being misguided, most people defined a hipster as people who are very young (let’s say below 25), live off of their parents, and don’t contribute to the scene they glom onto. The problem I have with this is that in my personal experience, this is not how most people define hipsters.