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Paul Bauer. | Into Nothingness.

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…photographs themselves possess an ethereal allure. Courtesy of Paul Bauer. Courtesy of Paul Bauer. Courtesy of Paul Bauer. Courtesy of Paul Bauer. Courtesy of Paul Bauer. Courtesy of Paul Bauer….

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Fly Pictures.

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…Octavious. Courtesy of Paul Octavious. Courtesy of Paul Octavious. Courtesy of Paul Octavious. Courtesy of Paul Octavious. Courtesy of Paul Octavious. Courtesy of Paul Octavious. Courtesy of Paul Octavious.  …

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Be Good or Be Gone.

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…January 19th. In the meantime, check out some snapshots from our Editor in Chief, Akeem K. Duncan. Nathan Vincent. | Akeem K. Duncan. | Quiet Lunch Magazine. Nathan Vincent. |…

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Lumber Up.

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…Made from lamented, handcarved wood, Limber is an awkward sculpture that implicitly offers a scientific documentation of movement. Courtesy of Paul Kaptein. Courtesy of Paul Kaptein. Courtesy of Paul Kaptein….

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Uncaged.

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…Gonsalves/Quiet Lunch Magazine. Lead vocalist, Vincent Cacchione, knows pain, but not in a brooding Kurt Cobain sort of way. Cacchione is an optimistic fellow whose easygoing, and occasionally cheerful demeanor…

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Revisiting the RE-BLOG.

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…Jace/Quiet Lunch Magazine. Paul picked some of Marshall’s work for the show and instantly forged a partnership. Marshall remembers, “I jokingly asked Paul, ‘When is Sraunus going to hit the…

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Orgy on Board.

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…during their off time and bang each other–Paul Krassner and Wally Wood knew about it all too well. The year is 1967, and Paul Krassner just published the first issue…

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Mutant Lover.

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Brilliant painting by Paul Mutant. Cheeky, sarcastic and simplistic, it resonates with its audience using little or no effort. “This Painting is Not Available in Your Country”. (Courtesy of Paul

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Die Wunderkammer at The Lodge.

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…of pieces from various artists including Paul Brainard, who we had the privilege of speaking to after he participated in the artist parlor with Hayley McCulloch. Die Wunderkammer; Objects of…

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Getting to Know the (UN)known.

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…Steve Paul, Rolling Stones founder, Brian Jones, pop art legend, Andy Warhol, and Ziggy Stardust himself, David Bowie. Prints are available → here. ← Brian Jones. (Courtesy of Wakuda.) Andy…

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3X Over.

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Paul X. Johnson recently did some new work for the London Spring/Summer 2013 issue of SHOP magazine. If our count is correct, this is the third cover Johnson has done…

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A School for Rebels. | New York Studio School.

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…or influenced the school. These include such influential names as Philip Guston, Alice Neel, Milton Resnick, Nick Carone, Paul Georges, Hans Hofmann, Mercedes Matter, George McNeil, Ruth Miller, Philip Pearlstein;…