A pair of Czech artists turn a revolving series of billboards into a massive moving swing set for 20 minutes, just enough time to avoid attracting the police.
Using a hand-made, 35-foot long film camera, Dennis Manarchy travels around the country “to capture the uncommon beauty and individuality that define our people in a way that has never been done before.”
Peggy Moffitt was the definitive mod model, with a short mass of brunette hair carefully coiffed into a slick bowl cut and huge kohl-trimmed eyelids gazing out from beneath the fringe. Over the course of the past 50 years, photos of Peggy Moffitt have proven to be more than just vintage modeling shots; they are iconic images of an era.
Die Antwoord’s TEN$ION follows their highly successful 2009 debut, $O$. The South African group is touring sold-out shows in support of their sophomore album, which they’ve issued through their indie label, Zef Recordz, after recently leaving Interscope. Meanwhile, Die Antwoord continue to incite and inspire a growing legion of fans who are members of their own ersatz army. Here are a few photos of our own favorite “Zeflings.”
The Pixies redefined the alt-rock genre with stripped-down tunes, biting lyrics, and an unguarded attitude that inspired bands everywhere. Dig for Fire: Art Inspired by the Pixies honors their role in rock history, as well as their cultural legacy, featuring more than 30 artists’ visual tributes to the Pixies’ music.