Thursday, May 21, 2009

More Than A Few Good Borrowed Images For A Holiday Weekend

From Dallas Police Department:
Crazed Hippie Arrested With Cocaine & Weapons


From Johnny One-Note's Earcandies:
Hew says: "Hi Johnny. This folder contains a glamour photo magazine from 1957, a sub folder of pics of a young marilyn monroe and another sub folder with pin-ups, vintage men's magazine covers, vintage erotica and silver screen goddesses from their early years (some nudity, but tasteful off course). Included are: Jayne Mansfield, Mamie van Doren, Anita Ekberg, Marilyn Monroe, Joan Collins, Bettie Page, Lucille Ball, Sophia Loren and more. Grab this (not the girls, lol), and enjoy!" Go vintage here:
http://sharebee.com/8a34cc0c


From The Stash Dauber:
Uncle Lou


From Doc 40 by Mick Farren:



From Johnny One-Note's Earcandies:
Pee Wee Crayton's VeeJay recordings reissued on the Japanese P-Vine-label


From Tex & The Horseheads:



From Coilhouse by ironrinn:
The Cruel Delights Of Cheng Fei
Like cherubs stuffed to their breaking point, Cheng Fei’s figures revel in vice. Their corpulent bodies, drenched in lust and gluttony, roil and roll on the canvas. Faceless, save for collagen plumped pornstar lips, their appendages have ballooned and bloated so that they are nigh unrecognizable. Incapable of seeing, hearing, or smelling they can only imbibe and consume, feeding their own, selfish desires. Some, their skins forced beyond the confines of their elasticity, split asunder, revealing a beautiful and ghastly store of jeweled offal; strings of pearly entrails; the digested result of their hedonism which, even in death, they claw at.
Cute and macabre they manage, mostly, to draw the viewer in while simultaneously repulsing them. They are undeniably repugnant, embodying as they do the most base facets of our society, culture, species, what have you; but they do it with a greeting card sensibility which is, perhaps, what makes them so effective. It’s an interesting dichotomy, regardless of the message.


From If Charlie Parker Was a Gunslinger,There'd Be a Whole Lot of Dead Copycats by Tom Sutpen:
The Heretofore Unmentioned #77
René François Ghislain Magritte


From My Non-Tour Diary by angel corpus christi:



From Pat C:
http://www.myspace.com/leroibrothers

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