Joey Ramone and Edith Massey, Punk Magazine
Poor Mertle, overcome by the shame of her behaviour with the Henry Moore sculpture at Tate Britain at the climax of the Walk of Shame
The Walk of Shame
Mertle Merman and Cardinal Paul are back. This time they are casting their raised eyebrows at art at Tate Britain
Dorothy Malone dancing in Written on the wind (1956)
Selections from the Disco, Various BPM, 1979-1989, 1989
Vinyl letters and paint on wall
Mertle Merman and Cardinal Paul raise an eyebrow at art in the Walk of Shame at Tate Britain.
Walter H. Lambert was a British ventriloquist and female impersonator whose famous early 20th century vaudeville routine was a hospital skit in which his female character “Lydia Dreams” played a nurse, and his figure played an accident victim. He was also an accomplished painter, famous for his 1903 large-scale painting of 225 Edwardian music-hall performers you can see here (via)
Iggy Pop photographed by Neal Preston, 1974
Top 10 Comfort Movies: Beyond the Valley of the Dolls.
Viewing BTVOTD is a personal escape plan from my challenged reality.
Scorpio Rising (Kenneth Anger - 1964)