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Nice post on Labeauratoire in Portuguese on DXFoto

Check out this nice post by JULIO FRANÇA from 23 December in Portuguese about Labeauratoire: (translation below)

Labeauratoire: beautiful experimentation

http://www.dxfoto.com.br/labeauratoire-beautiful-experimentation/

 Here’s a (really bad) auto-translation of what it basically says:

“Provider craziest movies I’ve found on the net, Lance Rothstein is responsible for Labeauratoire site that sells exotic, ancient or foreign films. Basically it is a nut who does not live safe and buying cameras, film and other related stuff and burning through money at it. To help sustain addiction decided to sell some cameras and film and now turned it, a place to buy old movies, but very old or else exotic brands.

Photographic chemical addiction

For those who like (i) of expired film, has some 1956 copies, imagine the suit of the films that have been offered on the site.

Have film for every taste: black and white, color, negative, positive, 135, 120, old movies, modern films strangers, etc.. It’s the old story, one never has too film, and we can always leave it in the refrigerator to minimize the effects of time on the unexposed film.

And the willingness to spend more and more on film, now with the help of a madman who hunts for strange films?”

Obrigado my fellow film fanatic!

~ Lance


I was unknowingly part of an experiment (and liked it!) Illegal August at Vandalog.

I was unknowingly part of an experiment (and liked it!)

Illegal August: Vandalog’s month-long experiment revealed and explained.

 


Ray Johnson Fan Club ~ L.A.R. in Monmartre

RE-BLOGGED FROM:  http://rayjohnsonfanclub.com

RJFC sticker #26

RJFC Sticker #26 was completed 4/24/2013 using only trash found on the streets of Paris. I left it the same day on a bus stop sign outside the Moulin de la Galette just off Rue Lepic in Monmartre, Paris, France.

RJFC sticker #26 (left in Monmartre)

Do you LIKE me? www.facebook.com/rayjohnsonfanclub
USING TRASH OFF THE STREETS TO MAKE ART ON THE STREETS.
I use only trash and found items to collage these handmade, signed & numbered stickers. They are made to compliment my larger works which in which I use trashy paperback book covers, record & magazine covers, posters, postcards and other mass-produced media as a base for my hand-cut & paste collages, which I usually leave out on the streets for anyone to enjoy (or destroy.)

See all my stickers here!

SERIOUSLY TRASHY STREET ART!
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RJFC Sticker #18 left in Paris

reblogged from http://www.rayjohnsonfanclub.com

Ray Johnson Fan Club sticker #18

RJFC Sticker #18 was completed 2/6/2013 – and left below the window of the Mail Art Exhibition at the Louis Vuitton Espace Culturel on the Champs-Élysées in Paris, France.

RJFC Sticker #18 (left in Paris)

Do you LIKE me? www.facebook.com/rayjohnsonfanclub
USING TRASH OFF THE STREETS TO MAKE ART ON THE STREETS.
I use only trash and found items to collage these handmade, signed & numbered stickers. They are made to compliment my larger works which in which I use trashy paperback book covers, record & magazine covers, posters, postcards and other mass-produced media as a base for my hand-cut & paste collages, which I usually leave out on the streets for anyone to enjoy (or destroy.)

See all my stickers here!

reblogged from http://www.rayjohnsonfanclub.com

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PX No.539

PX No.539 by LANCEPHOTO
PX No.539, a photo by LANCEPHOTO on Flickr.

reblogged from http://picturecrossing.blogspot.com/

picturecrossing No.539 (SX No.450) A torn sign on a gate in front of a graffiti wall along Invalidenstrasse in Berlin, Germany.

CAMERA: Polaroid SX-70 Alpha 1 SE – c.1978
FILM: Polaroid 600 (expired 9/2006)
DATE:12/30/2010

LEFT:PX No.539 was left in Barcelona on 12/29/12 on small post in the center of the Labyrinth Park of Horta. (see photo below)

PX No.539 (left in Barcelona)

See more at: www.picturecrossing.com


D.C. officers directed to leave photographers alone – The Washington Post

Click here to read this article about a rare victory for photographers. Hopefully it will spread…

D.C. officers are directed to leave citizen photographers alone – The Washington Post.


Un-Erasing Rauschenburg’s Erased de Kooning Drawing

Un-Erasing Rauschenburg’s  Erased de Kooning Drawing???

Discover this and more artwork that no longer exists at Tate’s “Gallery of Lost Art