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Trent Mitchell, portrait from 2010.


James Blake Ft. Chance the Rapper

A place that used to be home.


Thomas Bonig


Gummy Soul

These guys do some of my favourite Mixes. Heres a new one.

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The Underachievers

Their new mixtape:

NZ Rover and Recce.


Dont go Dinosaur


Dizzy Wright

So good.

Jamie Gray


Rained out Ali Classic.

Got some old rolls of film done and came a cross some fun pics from The Ali Classic [Party] this year.

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Florian Groehn


Walter Iraheta – Kyptonita

Kriptonita is one of the most paradigmatic works by Salvadoran artist Waterio Iraheta. It implies a single word that transports us irremediably to that rarity which produced in Superman, the man of steel, effects contrary to those qualities that made him an indestructible superhero. However, Iraheta’s work is based on the antithesis of the perfect hero archetype – a corpulent figure with Anglo-Saxon features and an impeccable appearance. First of all, his story begins with the representation of a super-boy with clearly local features, a boy who from up on high, amidst the clouds, is posed in the classic position, his hands on his waist to better show the “S” that covers his chest. This new version of the man of steel provokes a series of readings that put the myth in question and then, by substitution, propose a reconsideration of the limits of heroism. Who are the real heroes? Without a doubt, they are those who lack supernatural powers and yet still resolve the problems of existence in the planetary realm where madness and extreme deficiencies dwell.

– Rosina Casali

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Tom Lowe

This is incredible.




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Unkle – Where Did The Night Fall

Only just discovered this album. Insane! Here’s one from it…

Ralph Steadman

Im pretty sure ive posted about this before. i love his work.

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Pieter Hugo


During 2009-2010 Hugo photographed the people and landscape of an expansive dump of obsolete technology in Ghana. The area, on the outskirts of a slum known as Agbogbloshie, is referred to by local inhabitants as Sodom and Gomorrah, a vivid acknowledgment of the profound inhumanity of the place. When Hugo asked the inhabitants what they called the pit where the burning takes place, they repeatedly responded: ‘For this place, we have no name’.

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Skeleton Bay…

Farrrrk Ewan I’m jealous ya keeeyunt

Jeff Bark


Tim Ashton

She Got Game – Inspired by 90s style with an street-wear edge, photographer Tim Ashton and stylist Monique Moynihan team up for a story of colorful fashion. See the rest at:



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Clouds… inside?

this has been everywhere lately… pretty damn amazing.


Postcards From America



From the guys at Magnum and here:

FucknFilthy Street Markets

Taiwanese street markets with Eddie Huang from


Grapevine Magazines first proof from 2007.

Magnum Photos

Search for the podcasts on itunes.. this is Chris Steele-Perkins. African football.

Take Magazine

So good for daily inspiration:

this is Anthony Kurtz