piltdownlad

kill yr idols

 

sculpture-center:

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Sound/Art, 1984. SculptureCenter, New York. Vito Acconci, Three Columns for America, 1976. Wood, table, stools, headphones, sound. Dimensions variable. Image courtesy the artist.  

sculpture-center:

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Sound/Art, 1984. SculptureCenter, New York. Vito Acconci, Three Columns for America, 1976. Wood, table, stools, headphones, sound. Dimensions variable. Image courtesy the artist.  

(via blushingcheekymonkey)

sflyftdriver:

Alternate cover for Behind the Wheel: A Lyft Driver’s Log
by Irina Dessaint

From the new Tumblr blog I started to document my experiences doing the rideshare thing in San Francisco.

sflyftdriver:

Alternate cover for Behind the Wheel: A Lyft Driver’s Log

by Irina Dessaint

From the new Tumblr blog I started to document my experiences doing the rideshare thing in San Francisco.

Piltdownlad #10 – Behind the Wheel: A Lyft Driver’s Log 
From the trenches of San Francisco’s sharing economy: A Lyft confessional.
Ride shotgun with me as I cruise through San Francisco’s latest Tech Boom and divulge the stories, conversations and opinions of the passengers I pick up along the way.
Read excerpts here and here.
A Kindle Version is available now. The illustrated print copy with navigational maps is coming soon. Preorder to ensure a copy.

Piltdownlad #10 – Behind the Wheel: A Lyft Driver’s Log

From the trenches of San Francisco’s sharing economy: A Lyft confessional.

Ride shotgun with me as I cruise through San Francisco’s latest Tech Boom and divulge the stories, conversations and opinions of the passengers I pick up along the way.

Read excerpts here and here.

A Kindle Version is available now. The illustrated print copy with navigational maps is coming soon. Preorder to ensure a copy.

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.

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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

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