- Girl at the rock show: what
- Mark Hoppus: i don't know
21 x 29,7cm, ink on paper, Kevin Lucbert, 2014.
a beautiful young woman i saw
As The DIY Scene Becomes More Inclusive, Sexism Remains
June 30, 2014
by Paul Blest
In 2003, Jessica Hopper (now editor of Rookie Magazine) sat down and wrote an honest and scathing criticism of a music scene from within in an essay titled “Where The Girls Aren’t”. The piece took aim at the early 2000s emo scene, led by bands who were making their way into stardom through dehumanizing lyrics and a fanbase that was all too quick to cosign pissed off tirades against an ex-girlfriend or unrequited love interest. “It’s a high stakes game of control,” Hopper wrote, “of winning or losing possession of the girl.”
This is Vera Rubin. She’s a babe and she discovered dark matter. I’ve made this as a B2 screen print. Why not treat yourself? Email me for details.
This is the young man that was walking with Mike Brown.
Dorian Johnson yall. Confident and clear. Bless him.
Bless his heart. I don’t even know how he has the energy to stand upright after all of that. Wow.
Strong. My people are teflon.
I am now selling these original pieces for between 8-15 dollars apiece at http://zozxox.storenvy.com/
There is also a bag of hair for sale.
i’ll never get over this gif