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April 23, 2012

Behind Those Jaded Eyes.

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Share This.We did a hit and run with Richard Salcido in the past and it only left our readers salivating for more. Nonetheless, we ignored the spit. Truthfully, we didn’t see much in his work. We thought it to be a little incomplete. Obviously we were out of our fucking minds. We underestimated Salcido and passed his work off as simple social satire. We didn’t truly examine and praise his technique Read More

Shutter Down.

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Share This.Let’s face it, although your pictures come out great, the touch screen shutter on your iPhone doesn’t exactly feel as authentic as an actual shutter. Introducing the iPhone Shutter Grip… Now all you Instagram junkie can feel like Gordon Parks himself! It adds a photo and video button right where you’re used to having a shutter button. The grip connects to the charging slot and hugs the sides of your Read More

The Helmet.

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(Fa)ssion: Keep Comme.

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Lets tell the world to ‘Comme des FuckDown’.Read More

Den lille havfrue: The True Story of the Little Mermaid.

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Share This.Most of us are familiar with Disney’s version of Little Mermaid but few of us actually know of the original tale written by Danish poet and author Hans Christian Andersen in 1837. Disney’s happy ending ensured kids would go to bed nightmare-free while Andersen’s version wasn’t exactly as mindful. In the original story: “The Little Mermaid, longing for the prince and an eternal soul, eventually visits the Sea Witch, who sells her Read More

Surrending to Your Slaughter.

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Share This.“Find what you love and let it kill you.” - Charles Bukowski.

Quiet Lunch Magazine ‡ April 23rd, 2012.

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Share This.Hey, Quiet Lunchers! We’re constantly finding ways to grow and we decided that a weekly cover would be a great way to continue that growth. The covers will list significant articles that will be featured during the week and the artwork or photo will usually belong to a showcased artist. This week’s cover comes courtesy of Richard Salcido. The concept is in its infant stages but will surely get better with time. Read More