And we were never being boring

I loved this poster.  I still love this poster.

I loved this poster.  I still love this poster.

(Source: theunionofthesnake, via duranduranblog)

— 3 months ago with 76 notes
In my continuing thread of things the husband does not like — combined. See Damon Albarn and the The Bears (although to the husband’s credit - he allowed me to name our daughter after Sweetness)

In my continuing thread of things the husband does not like — combined. See Damon Albarn and the The Bears (although to the husband’s credit - he allowed me to name our daughter after Sweetness)

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— 8 months ago with 76 notes
#Damon Albarn  #TheBears IsthatSnoopy 
Rarely.  Ok never. Have I been so totally excited about an animated .gif.

Rarely.  Ok never. Have I been so totally excited about an animated .gif.

— 9 months ago with 9 notes
#new edition  #Ronnie Bobby Ricky and Mike Cool It Now 
Whoo hoo. New office shelves!

Whoo hoo. New office shelves!

— 10 months ago
thevinylfactorygalleries:

Bei Incubi is an exhibition which showcases a collection of Polaroid images shot by Nick Rhodes (Duran Duran). The images are all of the same girl, taken on the same day. 
The exhibit opens to the public this Friday 8th March at The Vinyl Factory Chelsea and will run until 6 April 2013.The shoot was initially planned to create album artwork for TV Mania’s new release ‘Bored of Prozac and the Internet?’ - a project that is based on a fictional, futuristic, dysfunctional family, living out their lives under the microscopic lens of a reality TV show. Within this construct, the daughter, who is a flamboyant, extrovert character, obsessed with becoming famous at any cost, was the ideal subject upon which to base the session. As the day unfolded, Rhodes realized that he had created a broad spectrum of images with his chameleon subject, that somehow collided to form the basis of this show.A series of limited edition photographic prints, each taken and hand signed by Nick Rhodes, are available to purchase from the gallery. There will be four AO size prints (editions of 5), seven A1 size prints (editions of 5) and twelve A3 size prints (editions of 10) plus two limited edition folios, each containing six A3 prints (editions of 20). There are also 20 original Nick Rhodes Polaroids for sale. In addition, there will be copies of the TV Mania gatefold vinyl for sale, including a special signed edition.Entry is FreeOpen Mon – Sat | 1030 – 180091 Walton St | SW3 2HP+44 (0) 207 589 0588 chelsea@thevinylfactory.com

thevinylfactorygalleries:

Bei Incubi is an exhibition which showcases a collection of Polaroid images shot by Nick Rhodes (Duran Duran). The images are all of the same girl, taken on the same day. 

The exhibit opens to the public this Friday 8th March at The Vinyl Factory Chelsea and will run until 6 April 2013.

The shoot was initially planned to create album artwork for TV Mania’s new release ‘Bored of Prozac and the Internet?’ - a project that is based on a fictional, futuristic, dysfunctional family, living out their lives under the microscopic lens of a reality TV show. Within this construct, the daughter, who is a flamboyant, extrovert character, obsessed with becoming famous at any cost, was the ideal subject upon which to base the session. As the day unfolded, Rhodes realized that he had created a broad spectrum of images with his chameleon subject, that somehow collided to form the basis of this show.

A series of limited edition photographic prints, each taken and hand signed by Nick Rhodes, are available to purchase from the gallery. There will be four AO size prints (editions of 5), seven A1 size prints (editions of 5) and twelve A3 size prints (editions of 10) plus two limited edition folios, each containing six A3 prints (editions of 20). There are also 20 original Nick Rhodes Polaroids for sale. 

In addition, there will be copies of the TV Mania gatefold vinyl for sale, including a special signed edition.

Entry is Free
Open Mon – Sat | 1030 – 1800
91 Walton St | SW3 2HP
+44 (0) 207 589 0588 
chelsea@thevinylfactory.com

— 1 year ago with 14 notes