Wednesday, February 27, 2008


Monday, February 25, 2008


My very good friend, photographer DADO DJILAS, took these a couple of days ago, during the riots that shook Belgrade ... amazing shots; rioters specifically targeted photographers, everyone carrying a camera was at risk - quite a few cameras got broken and a couple of photographers got severely beaten...

In case you want to email Dado and say hi, his email address is

Wall punching / no fracture

I punched the wall last night, really hard - and it was the first time in my life that the wall actually won. My hand is all swollen and hurts like hell. Thank God my father-in-law is an orthopedic surgeon, so I went to his office, had it x-rayed, and there is no fracture - I RULE!
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Sunday, February 24, 2008


New tee will be out soon, collaboration with MINOR INDUSTRIES

And here is the MINOR INDUSTRIES ad for the new HAMBURGER EYES magazine, out sometime in March ...

Friday, February 22, 2008


Here are a couple of photos my friend photographer DADO DJILAS took during the aftermath of recent riots in Belgrade, Serbia ...


YouTube - Attack on American embassy in Belgrade 2/21/2008

Thursday, February 21, 2008


Just in case you forgot

Tuesday, February 19, 2008


My publisher/publicist Sara Rosen from POWERHOUSE BOOKS gave me this book a while ago, and I still can't get over it. Published by PHAIDON in 2001, it's a Roger Ballen's fifth book. Very disturbing, portraits from rural villages in South Africa - one of the strongest photo books I've seen in ages ... I know I say that often, but it really KICKS ASS.

This book is very rare, I found nothing on eBay, but of course, DASHWOOD BOOKS has it ...

Outland is the culmination of almost twenty years work for artist-photographer Roger Ballen and amounts to one of the most extraordinary photographic documents of the late twentieth century.

Beginning by documenting the small 'dorps' or villages of rural South Africa, Ballen's photography moved on in the late 1980s and early 1990s to their Inhabitants: isolated rural whites, scarred by history, in the process of losing the privileges of apartheid which had provided them livelihoods and sustained their identity for a generation, The results were shocking, both powerful social statements and disturbing psychological studies. Through the late 1990s and into 2000, Ballen's work has progressed again. Continuing to portray whites on the fringe of South African society, his subjects begin to act.

Where previously his pictures, however troubling, fell firmly into the category of documentary photography, his new work moves into the realms of fiction. Ballen's characters act out dark and discomfiting tableaux, providing images which are exciting and disturbing in equal measure.

One is forced to wonder, whether they are exploited victims, colluding directly in their own ridicule, or newly empowered and active participants within the drama of their representation.

Saturday, February 16, 2008


Maya con il suo amico ...

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Thursday, February 14, 2008

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Tuesday, February 12, 2008