Almost Perfect… :D
If anyone needs me, I’ll be busy quickly and embarrassedly trying to offload some poorly silkscreened t-shirts, posters, and record covers on eBay.
While weeping quietly.
Mister Chen is doing the same thing. (But I don’t hear him weeping.)
–these guys are all like: the indexical function of visual media shifted from its visual to temporal qualities (ie. all jagged but all instantaneous and ubiquitous), but power’s surveillance caught up yadayada
Ragged edges… I was taken through some shoe shops yesterday, and many of the sneakers looked as though the underage Vietnamese kid who made them had a seizure while feeding the machine.
Wabi-sabi meets postmodernism.
“not everything needs a poorly silkscreened drawing of a bird on it”
This is my new motto!
I resemble that comment!
I don’t know from silkscreened birds, but if loving “All Hail West Texas” is wrong, I don’t wanna be right!
That’s why I like Neil Young so much. He professionally achieves the garage band sound so very well in so many ways.Sort of roughly well rehearsed.
Ooooh, I don’t know – if the silk screen bird is on a silk screen motorbike going VROOM VROOM, then I think it’s fine (the happy owner of one of Mr Chen’s prints :)
YES! I thought I was alone! Every time I asked, “why does everything have to have a poorly silkscreened bird on it?” (and I’ve actually asked this several times now) I was met with confusion, derision or defensiveness.
I like where this is going. :) Thank you.
I do like some ragged sounding music, but nothing in my life looks ragged or is silkscreened, and I like it that way. It’s not fashionable today, but it won’t be passé tomorrow, either.
No, I was wrong. You’re frighteningly right about everything in my life except clothes taking on a ragged, homemade style in the last few years. Movies. Music. Books. Food.
and portlandia two years later.
I hope Neil Young will remember
A Southern man don’t need him around