Photographer : Jalonni
queziii Arcane, 24, NC
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photography by: rozegold.tumblr.com
Chanel Mings, 21 (Montreal)
Moon Dream Print by Amanda Clark
"whatever, I don’t care."
false. I care.
what I mean to say is, “well, there’s nothing I can do about it, so I won’t dwell on the thought.”
☽ॐ☮ Feel Well ☮ॐ☾
Akaka by (g r ▲ c e)
~My Hidden Nirvana~
this may actually be one of my favourite photosets on tumblr
– Meredith Grey (via onlinecounsellingcollege)
This Guy Spent the Mid-90s Living in a Traveling Rave Van
This year is the 20th anniversary of the UK’s Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994, the legislation that effectively banned raves and sent the whole British scene into the expensive confines of legitimate clubs and venues. To mark the occasion, photographer Tom Hunter is exhibiting his series Le Crowbar—a documentation of his time traveling through Europe in the mid-90s in a convoy of converted coaches, ambulances, and buses, setting up raves and impromptu festivals. See it at the "Life on the Road" exhibition at LCC in London’s Elephant and Castle.
After relocating from Dorset to London at the age of 15 and spending some time as a tree pruner in the Royal Parks of London, Tom Hunter bought a year-long ticket to America. It was on this trip that he began taking photos, but unfortunately, as he told me, “I came back and [none of the pictures] turned out. The lens must have been broken or something.”
Nevertheless, it was then that he decided he wanted to be a photographer—so, in 1991, he enrolled at what was then the London College of Printing. During his time at college, Tom got involved in the squatting scene in Ellingfort Road, Hackney—a thriving community of travelers, converted vans, and derelict buildings that later became the central topic of his 1994 graduation show.