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Habitat Skateboards Is Still Alive by jenkemmag

joshuapollina:

Pat Corcoran in Alien Workshop’s ‘Photosynthesis’ (2000)

getfrigged:

someone please buy me the tengu god of mischief dvd

This rules so hard.

Local dudes doing cool shit.

Anti-homeless spikes are part of a wider phenomenon of 'hostile architecture'

"So it’s OK, for example, to sit around as long as you are in a cafe or in a designated place where certain restful activities such as drinking a frappucino should take place but not activities like busking, protesting or skateboarding. It’s what some call the ‘mallification’ of public space, where everything becomes like a shopping mall."

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"If you were being a bit cynical but also realistic, it is a kind of assault on the poor, a way of trying to displace their distress," he says. "You have various processes coming together, including economic processes that are making people vulnerable in the first place, like the bedroom tax and thresholds on welfare, but the next step seems to be to say: ‘We are not even going to allow you to accommodate yourself in the most desperate way possible.’ "

radulthoodzine:

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Competition time
Radulthood is launching at B Rad gallery in Brighton on Friday 13th June.
Reblog this post for a chance to win a copy of Radulthood, some stickers and Ben Gore’s Concrete Canvas zine.
You can RSVP to the launch night here.
A winner will be chosen on 14th June.




One week left to win some goodies!

radulthoodzine:

radulthoodzine:

Competition time

Radulthood is launching at B Rad gallery in Brighton on Friday 13th June.

Reblog this post for a chance to win a copy of Radulthood, some stickers and Ben Gore’s Concrete Canvas zine.

You can RSVP to the launch night here.

A winner will be chosen on 14th June.

One week left to win some goodies!

scienceversuslife:

Harold Hunter RIP, by Ari Marcopoulos. Transworld, November 1995. Legends live forever.

scienceversuslife:

Harold Hunter RIP, by Ari Marcopoulos. Transworld, November 1995. Legends live forever.

scienceversuslife:

Harold Hunter RIP. Rad magazine intro from February 1993, by Harmony Korine and Jeff Pang.

scienceversuslife:

Harold Hunter RIP. Rad magazine intro from February 1993, by Harmony Korine and Jeff Pang.