- I’ve written for @artefactmag about New York’s public access TV in the 70s/80s - TV channels where anyone could make their own show, almost entirely uncensored. I spoke to Alex Bennett, the producer of Al Goldstein’s notorious sex-themed magazine show Midnight Blue, who shared some never before seen photos taken on the show’s set in the 70s. I also uncovered the origin story of a man called ‘Eric in his Underwear’ which is as weird as it sounds. There’s a link in my bio so take a look.We made a magazine. It’s issue 20 of ARTEFACT, the UAL magazine you probably don’t know exists. It’s got some great stuff inside and I’m not just saying that because I’m in it; our team put together some quality journalism and it’s totally free, too. Give @artefactmag a follow and keep an eye out if you want to know where you can get a copy next week.A £10,000 quilt ruined my lifeThe city, empty, but alive in its texture.I’m in there, somewhere.Works of Lee Krasner up close. She created these meticulous, suffocating spaces that speak boldly and embody a certain eclecticism prevalent throughout her life. Go and see them in person.I truly wish I could give you a credible reason for why I purchased the late 60s child’s bath toy - like that I’m having a kid or just bought a house with a bath, for instance - so I wouldn’t have to admit that it’s because I like it as some kind of weird art object.Views of the old fire station. Taken on a Casio Exilim EX-S2.Shout-out to everyone refusing to accept that the early 2000s have come to an end. Taken on a Casio Exilim EX-S2.A verdant pocket of quietness amongst the force of it all.
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This is the RetroFreak, a brand new multi-system console from Japanese peripheral creators Cyber Gadget, (who you may be aware of for bringing us this entirely necessary accessory for the 3DS). Earlier this year, all eyes were on Hyperkin’s Retron5 … Continue reading
Artist Arne Niklas Jansson has recently posted a really cool and creative new concept for a variation on the Famicom system, the ‘Famicube’, on his website Android Arts. This interesting notion takes into consideration both a brand new identity for the Famicom, as well … Continue reading
Around the launch of the Famicom Disk System, Nintendo introduced Japan to the Famicom Disk Writer; a clever method for allowing Famicom Disk System owners to change up their game library for a reduced price (generally around 500 yen as opposed … Continue reading