SHADY
04.07.14 /18:36/ 8649
SKIN

likeafieldmouse:

Dario Catellani
03.18.14 /16:20/ 1134
PUSSY

unif:

SOKO THE CAT / TRIP BLOUSE
03.12.14 /22:54/ 1375
GET IN SHAPE

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Brian Vu.

True False

NO FEAR
03.12.14 /22:52/ 139
IS THERE A LINE? 

hushaby:

vintage everyday: “The Centipede” performed by dancers in Brussels, 1929
02.20.14 /20:00/ 584
SOMEDAY IN PINK
02.20.14 /19:49/ 54644
HUG ME YOU
02.10.14 /20:42/ 2164
THE END
02.10.14 /20:04/ 44751
PURE ENDING 

zeroing:

Taner Ceylan
02.06.14 /20:48/ 323
PLUS ONE

moarrrmagazine:

Dutch illustrator Tineke Meirink bring life to everyday objects…

GLORY HOLE
02.06.14 /20:44/ 26218
HIDE AND FEET 

untrustyou:

Charlie Engman
02.05.14 /20:54/ 815
THE PIERS

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Under the Piers: Alvin Baltrop’s Gay New York

Alvin Baltrop, Friend (The Piers), 1977. 

The Piers (open window), 1975-86.

The Piers (male figure by window), 1975-86.

The Piers (male drinking with cigarette), 1975-86.

Who? Open Eye Gallery’s current exhibition has cast light on the little known work of gay African American photographer Alvin Baltrop who beautifully, and obsessively, captured the clandestine activities taking place under New York piers between 1975 and 1986.

What? The waterfront was at this time in a state of abandonment and dilapidation, and played host to an invisible populace who exploited its potential as a spot for gay cruising, drug-dealing, prostitution and smuggling. All this caught the attention of the young Baltrop who, between his shifts working as a taxi driver, would spend hours documenting the crumbling buildings and their intriguing occupants. He was devoted to his project, monitoring his taxi’s dispatch radio for police frequency and, with a fervour that mirrored Weegee’s, zealously emerging at crime scenes to capture the event. He even made a harness that allowed him to hang from rafters and thus take more accurate and precise images. Text by Daisy Woodward.

Canvas  by  andbamnan