Went to see The Punk Singer last night. Many times during the film I had to stop myself from getting emotional (tear eyes). Kathleen Hanna is an amazing lady. It is a really good documentary and brought back many memories of my college days in the early 90s.
It is playing in Williamsburg at the Nighthawk Cinema, go check it out!
Pre-order a book that I designed. This December Brooklyn Arts Press will publish Heather Morgan‘s art monograph, Today’s Scrambled Creatures. Please check out the Kickstarter campaign for rewards which include books, art pieces, & much more.
Click here for the Kickstarter page.
Heather discussing her paintings:
Watched Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow this evening.
Great, inspiring film!
Somewhere in New Hampshire
St. Albans, Vermont
Abandoned Strip Club, On the Road to Montreal, Canada
Signs That Say Nothing, On the Road to Montreal, Canada
Pool, Montreal, Canada
The nice Estonians who are staying at my apartment this week, hocking their books at the Lugemik booth (above 3).
Fukt Drawing Magazine
onomatopee, the black book is beautiful & is now mine!
Boekie Woekie, I bought the P version of this book on the right last year.
I have taken almost the exact photo of this long, red finger-nailed hand & rose many many years ago.
Colophon Foundry, land of Apercu
I liked this anti-social booth, the only one of its kind at the fair!
ECAL, Swiss Focus room. Sadly I had spent my art book budget by the time I got to this room. There were MANY beautiful photo books in here! (above 4 photos)
My fundraising PHOTO PRINT SALE begins today and will last for 2 weeks. Get some HOT photo prints by yours truly! Any money raised will go towards replacing my stolen camera. Thank you in advance for considering purchasing a print! Print selections here.
Photo by Martin Fishman, copyright © Phillip Ward
QUENTIN CRISP at the Museum of Art & Design
This Thursday, August 15, 2013, 7 PM, The Theater at MAD
An Evening with Penny Arcade and Quentin Crisp
Fridays, August 16, 2013 & September 6, 2013, 6 PM, The Theater at MAD
A program of audio recordings featuring Mister Crisp
In addition to his written works, Quentin Crisp appeared in numerous interviews, performances, television programs, and films throughout his life. Through this mosaic of cinematic records, a cohesive portrait of the man, his philosophies, and the art form of being emerge. Teaming with the Estate of Quentin Crisp, MAD is proud to present three months of free Friday night screenings that present rare audiovisual documents from the estate’s archive. Including audio recordings, live tapings of Crisp’s one-man shows, interviews, television appearances, and more, From the Estate of Quentin Crisp opens up this treasure trove of material to the public for the first time.