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methinks

Eilon Paz’s “Dust & Grooves: Adventures in Record Collecting” makes clear that collectors of vinyl can be just as eccentric and obsessive. His lavishly illustrated coffee-table book contains portraits of some 130 “record diggers,” as he sometimes calls them, who have often gravitated to genres as obscure as Turkish psychedelia, “Sesame Street” albums, lounge acts, sexploitation and horror film soundtracks, ’60s girl groups from France and Japan, and even colored discs.

(Source: banksystreetart)

visual-poetry:

»brother’s sister« by martin smith

one of the artists currently showing his work at the »re-writing the image« exhibition in hawthorn (near melbourne)

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