Ramblings of an Obscene Little Machine

Jul 24

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Jul 15

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Jul 03

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Jun 29

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Jun 23

azspot:

Pat Bagley: Student Loan Debt

azspot:

Pat Bagley: Student Loan Debt

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Jun 18

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Jun 15

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cigarettesandbullshiit:

sophisticatedexcellence:

soft has hell

need one of those i be feeling soft as fck sometimes. 

cigarettesandbullshiit:

sophisticatedexcellence:

soft has hell

need one of those i be feeling soft as fck sometimes. 

Jun 12

lovenworld:

There are Two Kinds of People

lovenworld:

There are Two Kinds of People

[video]

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vicemag:

Ryan McGinley’s Advice To Young Photographers: Don’t Compete
I didn’t go to Parsons’s graduation ceremony last month, but people tell me I missed a remarkable commencement speech delivered by photographer Ryan McGinley. Luckily, his studio already put it on YouTube. It is almost certainly a good idea to pay attention to whatever advice McGinley gives to emerging photographers for a number of reasons. For example, he had a solo show at the Whitney Museum of American Art in 2003, when he was 25. He also was named Young Photographer of the Year by the International Center of Photography in 2007, and has since been called things like “the most important photographer in America” and “the pied piper of the downtown art world.” He also used to have my job as photo editor of VICE, where he gave buckets of deserving young artists their first chances at editorial work.
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vicemag:

Ryan McGinley’s Advice To Young Photographers: Don’t Compete

I didn’t go to Parsons’s graduation ceremony last month, but people tell me I missed a remarkable commencement speech delivered by photographer Ryan McGinley. Luckily, his studio already put it on YouTube. It is almost certainly a good idea to pay attention to whatever advice McGinley gives to emerging photographers for a number of reasons. For example, he had a solo show at the Whitney Museum of American Art in 2003, when he was 25. He also was named Young Photographer of the Year by the International Center of Photography in 2007, and has since been called things like “the most important photographer in America” and “the pied piper of the downtown art world.” He also used to have my job as photo editor of VICE, where he gave buckets of deserving young artists their first chances at editorial work.

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Jun 09

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