Sunday, May 18, 2008

Living Alone

Recently, @ Spoonbill & Sugartown, a store founded using Bob's invulnerable Troubadour books of Hadley, MA as liftoff, a store which has since fully embraced the modern sophistication of it's Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York, America, location, featuring all sorts of hipster-friendly varieties of shit (art books, Baudrillard), while still remaining good enough to spend $300 dedans. The above is from Max Ernst's The Hundred Headless Woman, of which there is more below.

Geoffrey Gatza's Dreadful Quietude, a 9-11 fueled Superman Extravaganja, adjacent Dot Dot Dot 15.

Badiou's Handbook of Inaesthetics, Ranciere's The Ignorant Schoolmaster, Planet of Slums from Mike Davis.

Notice the Double Stuf Oreos! Visible in several of the sequence's photos.

The Frenchies: Ponge, Ernst, Queneau.

Douglas Cockerell, Adrian Wilson, & Johannes Pedersen. Also, my love interest tells me Sumner Stone is famous.

Bargain Bin treats: Bimbos of the Death Sun is an adventure tale completed by a protagonist who uses his Dungeons & Dragons superskills to outwit the fembot adversary!

Finally, some selections from the Ernst:

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