piltdownlad

kill yr idols

 

another-echo-chamber:

TEEN ANGELES magazine - cholo and chicano culture from california and the rest of the u.s.

i was tempted to post the “chola bands” by themselves, but this magazine had all kinds of great shit in it.

(via guero-from-the-ghetto)

PIltdownlad #9 - Pamphleteria: The Rise and Fall of Phony LidPart One: Shut Up and Publish
The first part of a three part series, this is the story of how I started publishing my first zine, Vagabond, back at the turn of the century. I’d just acquired a computer and was ready to take over the world. Or course, life got in the way. So it’s also about dealing with failed relationships, having a fucked up family, working dead end jobs in Birmingham, Alabama, and the search for existential meaning. Or just something to take my mind off all the bullshit. Still, a work in progress. 
half-size . 64 pp . perfect bound
trade or etsy

PIltdownlad #9 - Pamphleteria: The Rise and Fall of Phony Lid
Part One: Shut Up and Publish

The first part of a three part series, this is the story of how I started publishing my first zine, Vagabond, back at the turn of the century. I’d just acquired a computer and was ready to take over the world. Or course, life got in the way. So it’s also about dealing with failed relationships, having a fucked up family, working dead end jobs in Birmingham, Alabama, and the search for existential meaning. Or just something to take my mind off all the bullshit. Still, a work in progress. 

half-size . 64 pp . perfect bound

trade or etsy

desert-nausea:

Einstürzende Neubauten staging their instruments in front of the Olympia Stadion, Berlin.

desert-nausea:

Einstürzende Neubauten staging their instruments in front of the Olympia Stadion, Berlin.

journalofanobody:

supruntu:

Louis-Ferdinand Céline et Toto, Meudon, reportage de François Pagès pour Paris-Match, 1957

Brilliant. 

journalofanobody:

supruntu:

Louis-Ferdinand Céline et Toto, Meudon, reportage de François Pagès pour Paris-Match, 1957

Brilliant. 

(Source: suicidewatch, via prolixprole)

deathandmysticism:

Songye sorcerer with a kifwebe mask, Congo, Africa

deathandmysticism:

Songye sorcerer with a kifwebe mask, Congo, Africa

Working hard to get Piltdownlad #9 ready for the LA Zine Fest. I have less than two weeks! 

Working hard to get Piltdownlad #9 ready for the LA Zine Fest. I have less than two weeks! 

LAZF & BEYOND! - the third annual zine & comix readings4:00-5:30pm, Saturday, February 15at Beyond Baroque681 North Venice Blvd.Venice, California 90291This is the official, annual, pre-L.A. Zine Fest reading the evening before the main event! (http://lazinefest.com/)Come enjoy zines & comix readings, presented by your emcee, Eryca Sender (“My Little Friend,” “Dear High School Boy”)!Here are this year’s readers:-Aaron Whitaker (“Bangs & Beard,” “The Awkward Quarterly”)-Alex Wrekk (“Brainscan,” “Stolen Sharpie Revolution”)-Kelli Callis (“That Girl,” “Kurt Cobain Was Lactose Intolerant”)-Kelly Dessaint (“Piltdownlad”)-Kim Burly (“My Drunk Year,” “Hurricane”)-LB (“Truckface”)-Marya Errin Jones (“Mocha Chocolata Momma Zine,” ABQ Zine Fest)-Melinda Boyce (“Bangs & Beard,” “The Melinderly”)-Red Velvet (“Catherinette”, “Where Are You Going?”) and Catfish Koifish (“Things & Such”, “Where Are You Going?”) from Hustle & Flowcharts

LAZF & BEYOND! - the third annual zine & comix readings
4:00-5:30pm, Saturday, February 15
at Beyond Baroque
681 North Venice Blvd.
Venice, California 90291

This is the official, annual, pre-L.A. Zine Fest reading the evening before the main event! (http://lazinefest.com/)

Come enjoy zines & comix readings, presented by your emcee, Eryca Sender (“My Little Friend,” “Dear High School Boy”)!

Here are this year’s readers:

-Aaron Whitaker (“Bangs & Beard,” “The Awkward Quarterly”)

-Alex Wrekk (“Brainscan,” “Stolen Sharpie Revolution”)

-Kelli Callis (“That Girl,” “Kurt Cobain Was Lactose Intolerant”)

-Kelly Dessaint (“Piltdownlad”)

-Kim Burly (“My Drunk Year,” “Hurricane”)

-LB (“Truckface”)

-Marya Errin Jones (“Mocha Chocolata Momma Zine,” ABQ Zine Fest)

-Melinda Boyce (“Bangs & Beard,” “The Melinderly”)

-Red Velvet (“Catherinette”, “Where Are You Going?”) and Catfish Koifish (“Things & Such”, “Where Are You Going?”) from Hustle & Flowcharts

kitschyliving:

From the Pyrex Museum. Bremerton, WA

kitschyliving:

From the Pyrex Museum. Bremerton, WA

(via beauterus)

nickdrake:

Elvis Costello and the Attractions

nickdrake:

Elvis Costello and the Attractions

(via mrfatwvideo)

typewriter-workshop:

Vintage advertising for Olympia.
via typewritermovie

typewriter-workshop:

Vintage advertising for Olympia.

via typewritermovie

thrash-without-truce:

Железный Поток (Russia)

thrash-without-truce:

Железный Поток (Russia)

(via pissing-into-the-mass-grave-dea)

Pandemonium was a cult film, literature and sleaze zine published in 1989 by Jack Stevenson in a limited edition of 500 copies. My copy is spiral comb bound, though I have found copies online that claim to be stable bound or paperbacks. Not sure if the spiral comb binding was done by the publisher or later by an archivist or just a fanatic reader.

This issue contains letters written to the editor from John Waters, Charles Bukowski (including poems and drawings), Al Goldstein, Charles Manson and William S. Burroughs. 

You can find videos of their trip to Europe where they held viewings of found film clips interspersed with content from the zine on YouTube here, here and here.

nock-nock-nock:


Tangerine Dream in 1974.

nock-nock-nock:

Tangerine Dream in 1974.

(via anticorporeal)