Blake is the one on the right. Holla boy, we so proud!
"If the ’70s was the “Me Decade” and the eighties was the “Greed Decade,” what were the ’90s? If we are nostalgic for the era, what are we nostalgic for? The critic Stephen Metcalf has called 1983 "the year the ’80s became the ’80s." 1991 is often referred to as "the year that punk broke" not only in reference to the Sonic Youth concert documentary of the same name, but also because it was a year of despair (the recession, the Persian Gulf War, the preceding decade of vapid pop culture). It has often been said that there was an obsession with authenticity in the ’90s, from slackers to sellouts. Does the selling-out debate exist any longer? What is the relationship between the economy, culture, and art? Is 2009 1991? Generation X is forever identifiable with the ’90s, but with many members of the subsequent Generation Y identifying with ’90s signifiers, are generations about birth year or identity? And how do you parse out the Gen X and Gen Y micro-generations?"
Monday, April 27, 2009
Sunday, April 26, 2009
this is great i think it's from rising tensions it's my desktop righ tnow girl skypes outside she was painting and read me pablo neruda
Friday, April 24, 2009
MORE IMPORTANT: through some drawings i did for jabar for meditdot.com my drawing made its way around the internet, and was featured on alaskan eyes. being that this is one of my favorite tumblr skrapbooks, I am kinda proud: