They'd shred the gnar on this...
Actually a new line called PALACE by SLAM CITY SKATES. Art attack by Will Bankhead of TRILOGY TAPES and Fergadelic of TONITE fame, both comrades from waaaaaayyy back.
Thursday, 8 October 2009
'In Russian, the phrase "gore vidal" means "he has seen grief"....
Is there any hope? "Every sign I see is doom. But then people say" – he adopts a whiny, nasal voice – "'Oh Mr Vidal, you're so negative, can't you say something nice about America? It's a wonderful country, everybody wants to live here.' Oh yes? When was the last time you saw a Norwegian with a green card who wanted to come here because of the health service? I'll pay you if you can find one." '
Read the whole article here.
Posted by The Temple of Nihilismus at 10/08/2009 09:26:00 am
Tuesday, 6 October 2009
A crap phone photo of the new afront decency by G Lansard, artist. Available now-ish from the AB webshop.
* Yes, that is a big bit of wood stabbing in him, and yes, that his own giant cock piercing his distended belly. Why? I don't know.
Posted by The Temple of Nihilismus at 10/06/2009 05:54:00 pm
How did I miss that? doh...
Postman delivered bounty yesterday:
2 x tapes from SLOOW TAPES Im Jahrtal
'Reprisen Und Instrumentalstuecke' is especially killer...
1 x returned CD (wrong one sent out, oops...)
1 x Jonathan Meades 'Incest 7 Morris Dancing' hardback - stoked!
UPS delivered bounty:
1 x Bonfire Snowboards 'Mexican Blanket' style hooded sweatshirt - I fear it very much. But its good, I think... It pales into insignificance when compared to Attila as Mechagodzilla/mirror man.
I wonder what gems he will come out with this time around?
Lastly: "oh man, the hippy's got skills, trust me!" - small child on the BMX abilities of 'Taliban' Tom, pictured below:
Posted by The Temple of Nihilismus at 10/06/2009 09:15:00 am
Saturday, 3 October 2009
The source of the "cover" of the new AB mixtape. I love this episode, managed to randomly see it on TV once and it left a big impression. Wonderful stuff.
Also very happy to have seen this massive billboard when I walked to the shop the other night to buy rice pudding. How can you get something this big that wrong? Amazing work. Upside down and back to front. Still, its only about 50 feet off the ground and 30 feet wide. I'm sure no one will notice... "Good Times" indeed!
Posted by The Temple of Nihilismus at 10/03/2009 02:22:00 pm