Wednesday. Madison Square Garden. Oasis. Perfect.


Picked up this original PLASMATICS NYC show poster from a 2 night-stand in 1981 at Bond International in Times Square. Pretty amazing piece of urban archaeology that has stood the test of time in someones warehouse for 27 years. This thing is 5 feet tall and about 2 feet wide, with an amazing shot of Wendy O. daring posers to attend the show. This is from the BEYOND THE VALLEY OF 1984 tour where she blew up police cars on stage at Bonds, after being beaten by Milwaukee police earlier in the tour. This museum piece is gonna get framed.


Paid my respects this weekend to one of my heroes. 28 years ago. WOW. Darby Crash should be remembered also, unlucky kid.


Scored two RAYMOND PETTIBON pieces this week. The new Art In America magazine features a great cover by him, as well as a short article. Worth picking up for sure. Also, a really insane item which I couldn't believe was produced...a beach towel. This thing is huge...60"x70",and at first I thought I would hang it up or something, but this bitch needs ALOT of wall space. The image is a beautiful surf scene done in blues and greens, really nice...and will NOT see any use as a beach towel. Maybe a bedspread.