Brigitte Bardot by Willy Rizzo

Brigitte Bardot by Willy Rizzo

David Lynch by Patrick Fraser

David Lynch by Patrick Fraser

some recent shots from my phone


Ed Ruscha
Cannabis Twig Horse, 2013
Digital inkjet print
6.313 x 6.5 in (16.04 x 16.51 cm)
Framed
Edition of 10
1 of 1 AP
Courtesy of the artist
Signed and dated on front right

Starting Bid: $1,000
(Estimated to sell for $2,000)

Ed Ruscha

Cannabis Twig Horse, 2013

Digital inkjet print

6.313 x 6.5 in (16.04 x 16.51 cm)

Framed

Edition of 10

1 of 1 AP

Courtesy of the artist

Signed and dated on front right

Starting Bid: $1,000

(Estimated to sell for $2,000)


Mick Jagger: Studio 54
by Rose Hartman
1977
Archival pigment print
18 x 12 in (45.72 x 30.48 cm)
Framed
1 of 5
Signed on verso


Starting bid: $1,350

Mick Jagger: Studio 54

by Rose Hartman

1977

Archival pigment print
18 x 12 in (45.72 x 30.48 cm)
Framed
1 of 5
Signed on verso

more lo-fi

more lo-fi type experiments

more lo-fi type experiments

Mark Hartman

Mark Hartman

experimenting in lo-fi type

experimenting in lo-fi type

J.G. Melon
Sometimes all you need is a cheeseburger, fries, and a coke.

J.G. Melon
Sometimes all you need is a cheeseburger, fries, and a coke.


Now’s The Time Jean-Michel Basquiat, 1985

Charlie Parker died on this day in 1955

Now’s The Time
Jean-Michel Basquiat, 1985

Charlie Parker died on this day in 1955

Pilgrim Wavey Gravy Tee

Pilgrim Wavey Gravy Tee

Harley Weir

Harley Weir

The Flag of Bikini Atoll
The 23 white stars in the canton of the flag represent the 23 islands of Bikini Atoll. The three black stars in the upper right represent the three islands that were disfigured in March 1954 during 15-megaton Bravo test by the United States. The two black stars in the lower right corner represent where the Bikinians live now, Kili Island, 425 miles to the south of Bikini Atoll, and Ejit Island of Majuro Atoll. These two stars are symbolically far away from Bikini’s stars on the flag as the islands are in real life (both in distance and quality of life). The Marshallese language words on the bottom of the flag, "MEN OTEMJEJ REJ ILO BEIN ANIJ" (in the new orthography, "MEN WŌTŌMJEJ REJ ILO PEIN ANIJ"), reportedly represent the words spoken in 1946 by the Bikinian leader, Juda, to U.S. Commodore Ben Wyatt when the American went to Bikini to ask the islanders to give up their islands for the ‘good of all mankind’ for nuclear weapons testing. 
They translate as “Everything is in the hands of God.”

The Flag of Bikini Atoll

The 23 white stars in the canton of the flag represent the 23 islands of Bikini Atoll. The three black stars in the upper right represent the three islands that were disfigured in March 1954 during 15-megaton Bravo test by the United States. The two black stars in the lower right corner represent where the Bikinians live now, Kili Island, 425 miles to the south of Bikini Atoll, and Ejit Island of Majuro Atoll. These two stars are symbolically far away from Bikini’s stars on the flag as the islands are in real life (both in distance and quality of life). The Marshallese language words on the bottom of the flag, "MEN OTEMJEJ REJ ILO BEIN ANIJ" (in the new orthography"MEN WŌTŌMJEJ REJ ILO PEIN ANIJ"), reportedly represent the words spoken in 1946 by the Bikinian leader, Juda, to U.S. Commodore Ben Wyatt when the American went to Bikini to ask the islanders to give up their islands for the ‘good of all mankind’ for nuclear weapons testing.

They translate as “Everything is in the hands of God.”