[January 5 2013]
Mark Ronson performing at Seven Nightclub in Melbourne. Photo Jamie Wdziekonski
Sean Lennon and Mark Ronson, New York. Photo Olivier Zahm
Australian model Amanda Mitchell in Melbourne. Photo Jamie Wdziekonski
Sophie Willing outside the Backroom Bar, Sydney. Photo Jamie Wdziekonski
Anton Newcombe of The Brian Jonestown Massacre, who are currently touring Australia, outside of Boney, Melbourne….
The psychedelic sounds of The Black Angels, Melbourne. Photo Jamie Wdziekonski
The beautiful model Anja Konstantinova back in her hometown Melbourne. Photo Jamie…
Kim Gordon playing with Bill Nace as Body/Head at Sugar Mountain Festival,…
Nicolas Jaar and Dave Harrington from Darkside playing an intimate show in…
Christine St. Clair, the owner and buyer of the new Comme des Garçons…
Nobuyoshi Araki “Polanography” exhibition at Galerie &co119, Paris
Araki Nobuyoshi exhibition at Musée national des arts asiatiques – Guimet, Paris
Yu-Hsun Huang in Bologna
Flora & Fauna in Los Angeles
Nobuyoshi Araki’s photobook collection presented during the Araki “Polanography” exhibition at Galerie...
Braina Laviena in Los Angeles
Carmen Winant “Who Says Pain is Erotic?” exhibition at Fortnight Institute, New...
Support Bruce LaBruce’s new film “Misandrists” on Kickstarter!
Mac DeMarco TV Takeover dedicated to Prince / Prince & The Revolution...
Emily Mae Smith
Ettore Spalletti “Every dawn, is first / Ogni alba, è la prima”...
“Girls to the Front” benefit party hosted by Rachel Bloom and Beth...
Object_ify 139 “Burn your Idols” exhibition at the Ace Hotel, New York
The Ramones “Gabba Gabba Hey” photo exhibition opening hosted by Linda Ramone...
An exclusive extract from “The Natashas” by Yelena Moskovich
Carmen Winant “Who Says Pain is Erotic?” exhibition at Fortnight Institute, New York
Berluti x Ceccotti “Paraventi” wooden furniture collection, Milan
“Girls to the Front” benefit party hosted by Rachel Bloom and Beth Ditto at Chateau Marmont, Los Angeles
A view over Taipei City.
Mac DeMarco TV Takeover dedicated to Prince / Prince & The Revolution live at The Grammys (1985)
by The Grammys
Emily Mae Smith
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