Power on a
white Gildan Heavy T.
Moodyman’s “Freeki Mutherfu**cker” live in Japan by Photographic London
Graffiti’s most humorous bad boy LUSH is stopping by The East Side Gallery from 6 until 8 then moving over to Urban Spree Berlin from 8:30 until late with his box car boy’s room gallery.
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(On that picture is Lush’s truck but “Adolf Clitler” is an artwork from a friendly artist.)
Our chief creative Uwe is behaving bad infront of his installation on purple DIARY:
Also see works by Thomas Ruff, Richard Prince, Sophie Calle, Miroslav Tichy, Hans Petri, Zsu Szabo and himself as shown at group exhibition “Intimität” at Galerie Kai Erdmann.
WALK DOWN (SLOWLY) AND FUCK ’EM ALL!
The first Team TISSUE Rule is based on a quote from Dennis Hopper’s movie “Colors” from 1988 where Robert Duvall is telling Sean Penn a little joke about Papa Bull and Son Bull:
There’s two bulls standing on top of a mountain. The younger one says to the older one: “Hey pop, let’s say we run down there and fuck one of them cows.” The older one says: ‘No son. Lets walk down and fuck ’em all!”
Which sounds like a marginal story is the ground rule to TISSUE’s success: Don’t let yourself be fooled by the (assumed) achievement or pace of your competitors or anybody else. Don’t let anybody or anything put any pressure on you or make you nervous ending up making mistakes. Take a deep breath, observe the situation, do your thing your very own way and pace then fuck ’em all when the time is right. Period.
By Tim Bruening (photography) and Uwe Jens Bermeitinger (words)
Special thanks to Julia Holtz
Marginal Press, our distributor in Japan run out of TISSUE shirts in nearly one week. What a big surprise. Dear Japanese people, please be patient, we’ll be able to re-stock after the holiday season. Promised.
There are still a few shirts left in our online store: http://bit.ly/VFYV2I
On that picture is the lovely head of Marginal Press Yumiko Ohchi in her first selfie. Gorgeous!
Order your TISSUE t-shirt here: http://bit.ly/1musldc