Boo-Hooray is presenting Larry Clark Stuff at Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in LA. The exhibit will feature film maker, author, artist Larry Clark's collection of skate decks and t-shirts of the 90s skate culture that highlighted the "guerrilla" graphic design of companies like Fuct & Supreme. Outfits and boards that were used in Larry's movie Wassup Rockers and Larry Clark Movie posters will also be featured in the exhibit. And yes, there will be portraits of Larry Clark wearing "genius/dubious vintage" Fuct t-shirts. I'm sure that will be the highlight of this most interesting exhibit.
Rare Larry Clark books, posters, skateboards and "ephemera" will be available for sale. These items include items that hasn't been seen by anybody before! How enticing! Limited editions of Larry Clark publications will be available on a first come, first serve basis.
"When I thought about making films about teenagers in the 80s I wanted to make a film about skaters. I thought the visually most exciting and interesting kids were skateboarders. Kids back then were punk rock, maybe they came from bad families, but rather than getting fucked up, arrested, they found their family and their freedom in skateboarding. Before skateboarding was commercialized, the images found on skateboard decks and t-shirts, visually were the best images found anywhere at the time, everything else seemed to pale in comparison" - Larry Clark
Larry Clark Stuff will show during the LA ART Book Fair February 1st-3rd at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA.
Monday, May 13, 2013 - 12:30pmBrand New Intention's latest graphic t-shirt Totem King will feature the signature totem design of Reactor-88.
Wednesday, May 1, 2013 - 3:11pmThe Suckadelic fansite Galatic Jerkbags have released two t-shirts as a loving tribute to their favorite villain, The Sucklord. There are two different colors available, a black shirt with silver ink and a purple shirt with neon green ink.
Monday, April 1, 2013 - 5:26pmHot on the heels of Tenacious Toys' exclusive Sumo Troopers release, outsmART originals and Kris Dufler of Kid iNK iNDUSTRiES