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  • CF WRITERS SERIES Photographing 5 writers with one chair by Rick Owens, we are exploring the transference of creative energy. At 11 x 17 inches, each print has a photograph of the writer on one side with their written piece on the opposite side.
    FEATURING CURIAL ALABASTER / RICK OWENS THE WRITERS ALISSA BENNETT ANDREW DURBIN NORTH MORGAN  RACHAEL THE LORD TAS TOBEY   photographed by Khary Simon  
    11 x 17 inches /  printed on both sides / black and white U.S. $10 plus shipping E.U. $10 / U.K. $10 $10 OTHER COUNTRIES plus shipping  
  • Rare 1978 Japanese pressing LP with Obi & English-Japanese lyric insert Songs include - Lovin', Livin' and Givin - What You Gave Me - Never Say I Don't Love You - You Were the One - Reach Out I'll Be There - Sorry Doesn't Always Make It Right - Where Did We Go Wrong - To Love Again - Together * note: please allow 2 weeks for delivery cover has some light stains. obi has a few light stains.
  • INCLUDES LIMITED EDITION ISSUE PERSONALLY SIGNED CLEATS ARTHUR HAS WORN IN HIS TOUGHEST MATCHES. UMBRO "SPECIALI" CLEATS. SIZE 10, BLUE, RED AND SILVER "SOCCER STUD" 8X10 PRINT 2/2 ( EDITION OF 2) CONTRIBUTORS Fixx Invictus Gordon West Arnaldo Anaya-Lucca Ashton Anders Justin Worsdale Michael Magnan Arobal Bartek Miguel Villalobos Nicolas Wagner Khary Simon Jules Julien
  • INCLUDES LIMITED EDITION ISSUE “THE NIGHT PORTER” INSPIRED BLACK SUSPENDERS AND BLACK LEATHER OPERA GLOVES (SIZE 7)
      CONTRIBUTORS Alissa Bennett Curt Weber Jan Wandrag Alistair McCartney James J. Williams III Arobal Marsorama Jwan Yosef Magda Antoniuk Sebastien Meunier Costello Tagliapietra Fixx Invictus
    SPECIAL CONTRIBUTIONS Woody Allen Juergen Teller Madeleine Rampling Alex Gartenfeld Christian Tomaszewski Charlotte Rampling
  • INCLUDES LIMITED EDITION ISSUE ONE OF A KIND IMPOSSIBLE PROJECT POLAROID SHOT AT MOMA PS1 BY TIM GOOSSENS SUE DE BEER AND ALISSA BENNETT FILM "ROOM 309" - DVD OF FILM CREATED FOR THE ISSUE CONTRIBUTORS Jack Pierson Sue de Beer Tim Hailand Scott Hug Alissa Bennett Tim Goossens Miguel Villalobos Frederick McKindra Patricia Ghijens Ezcurdia Fixx Invictus Gordon West Frank J Miles Aaron Tilford Andre Landeros Michel Henri Draws Wendy Rich Ashley Poland Mason Scherer Josh McNey Martyn Thompson Rick Castro Jarrah Gurrie
  • INCLUDES LIMITED EDITION ISSUE RUSSIAN SPORTS MEDAL WITH RIBBON - WRESTLING, TRACK AND AVANGARD CHAMPION (MEDAL CHOICE ON FIRST SERVE BASIS) CONTRIBUTORS Jenny Holzer Elmgreen & Dragset Martynka Wawrzyniak Devin Blair Peter De Potter TM Sisters Eric Stephany & Daniel Berndt Abi Heyneke Gordon West Kirill Shevyakov Fixx Invictus Mars Robinson Josh McNey
  • INCLUDES LIMITED EDITION ISSUE (CHOICE OF 2 COVERS) MAGDA ANTONIUK ILLUSTRATION OF BERTRAND LE PLUARD 10x13" numbered 1-10 posters CONTRIBUTORS Mark Jacobs Ariel Kenig Jacopo Benassi Richard Aybar Abigail St. Clair Thomas Betrand Le Pluard
  • Vintage issues ranging from 1973-1979 Exact covers are not determined until time of shipping * note: please allow 2 weeks for delivery
  • CRUSHfanzine Merch Cap one size only
    • 100% washed cotton
    • Pre-curved visor
    • Sewn eyelets
    • Self-fabric back with tri-glide buckle closure
    MATERIAL DETAILS
    PRINCIPAL MATERIAL / 100% peach washed cotton CLOSURE / Metal Ring BRIM / Sandwich CROWN / Structured EYELETS / Embroidered PANELS / 6    
  • CRUSHfanzine Merch Cap one size only
    • 100% washed cotton
    • Pre-curved visor
    • Sewn eyelets
    • Self-fabric back with tri-glide buckle closure
    MATERIAL DETAILS
    PRINCIPAL MATERIAL / 100% peach washed cotton CLOSURE / Metal Ring BRIM / Sandwich CROWN / Structured EYELETS / Embroidered PANELS / 6  
  • CRUSHfanzine Merch Cap one size only
    • 100% washed cotton
    • Pre-curved visor
    • Sewn eyelets
    • Self-fabric back with tri-glide buckle closure
    MATERIAL DETAILS
    PRINCIPAL MATERIAL / 100% peach washed cotton CLOSURE / Metal Ring BRIM / Sandwich CROWN / Structured EYELETS / Embroidered PANELS / 6    
  • Limited edition "Celebrity Skin" t-shirt by Old-Age All sales go to TGI Justice Project 100% black cotton XL size only  
    TGI Justice Project is a group of transgender, gender variant, and intersex people–inside and outside of prisons, jails, and detention centers–creating a united family in the struggle for survival and freedom. They work in collaboration with others to forge a culture of resistance and resilience to strengthen us for the fight against human rights abuses, imprisonment, police violence, racism, poverty, and societal pressures. TGIJP seeks to create a world rooted in self-determination, freedom of expression, and gender justice. ​The mission of TGIJP is to challenge and end the human rights abuses committed against Black, Black/Brown trans people inside of California prisons, jails, detention centers, and beyond. Old-Age is curated by Leo Babsky https://vimeo.com/498693219  
  • LeatherBlack Brand-new, unused, and unworn item Waterproof cowhide leather Brushed tricot lining Power-stretch ergonomic thumb 30º pre-curved fingers Comfort seams Elastic wrist with adjustable closure. Embossed graphics. * note: please allow 2 weeks for delivery
  • available to purchase here   Limited edition t-shirt featuring Alvin Baltrop Curated by Old-Age and CRUSHfanzine All sales go to TGI Justice Project Special thank you to The Alvin Baltrop Trust and Third Streaming Gallery   100% black cotton *please allow for 2-3 weeks for delivery  

    Alvin Baltrop (1948-2004) was born in the Bronx, New York, and spent most of his life living and working in New York City. From 1969 to 1972, he served in the Vietnam War and began photographing his comrades. Upon his return, he enrolled in the School of the Visual Arts in New York, where he studied from 1973 to 1975. After working various jobs ⁠— vendor, jewelry designer, printer ⁠— he settled on the banks of Manhattan's West Side, where he would produce the bulk of his photographic output.

    Powerful, lyrical, and controversial, Alvin Baltrop's photographs are a groundbreaking exploration of clandestine gay culture in New York in the 1970s and 80s. His work is reflective of the grassroots passion and raw energy of New York City’s underground gay culture. Baltrop focused his lens on the derelict warehouses beneath Manhattan's West Side piers; which was a lawless, forgotten part of the city that played host to gay cruising, art making, drug smuggling, prostitution, and suicides. Baltrop documented this scene, unflinchingly and obsessively capturing everything from fleeting naked figures in mangled architectural environments to scenes of explicit sex and police raids on the piers. While the outside world saw New York as the glamorous playground of Studio 54, Warhol's gang and the disco era; Baltrop photographed the city's gritty flipside. His work is an important part of both gay culture and the history of New York itself, and his photographs are a powerful tribute to a long-forgotten world at the city's dilapidated margins.

    TGI Justice Project is a group of transgender, gender variant, and intersex people–inside and outside of prisons, jails, and detention centers–creating a united family in the struggle for survival and freedom. They work in collaboration with others to forge a culture of resistance and resilience to strengthen us for the fight against human rights abuses, imprisonment, police violence, racism, poverty, and societal pressures. TGIJP seeks to create a world rooted in self-determination, freedom of expression, and gender justice. ​The mission of TGIJP is to challenge and end the human rights abuses committed against Black, Black/Brown trans people inside of California prisons, jails, detention centers, and beyond. Old-Age is curated by Leo Babsky   https://vimeo.com/498695185      
  • available to purchase here   Limited edition t-shirt featuring Alvin Baltrop Curated by Old-Age and CRUSHfanzine All sales go to TGI Justice Project Special thank you to The Alvin Baltrop Trust and Third Streaming Gallery   100% black cotton *please allow for 2-3 weeks for delivery  

    Alvin Baltrop (1948-2004) was born in the Bronx, New York, and spent most of his life living and working in New York City. From 1969 to 1972, he served in the Vietnam War and began photographing his comrades. Upon his return, he enrolled in the School of the Visual Arts in New York, where he studied from 1973 to 1975. After working various jobs ⁠— vendor, jewelry designer, printer ⁠— he settled on the banks of Manhattan's West Side, where he would produce the bulk of his photographic output.

    Powerful, lyrical, and controversial, Alvin Baltrop's photographs are a groundbreaking exploration of clandestine gay culture in New York in the 1970s and 80s. His work is reflective of the grassroots passion and raw energy of New York City’s underground gay culture. Baltrop focused his lens on the derelict warehouses beneath Manhattan's West Side piers; which was a lawless, forgotten part of the city that played host to gay cruising, art making, drug smuggling, prostitution, and suicides. Baltrop documented this scene, unflinchingly and obsessively capturing everything from fleeting naked figures in mangled architectural environments to scenes of explicit sex and police raids on the piers. While the outside world saw New York as the glamorous playground of Studio 54, Warhol's gang and the disco era; Baltrop photographed the city's gritty flipside. His work is an important part of both gay culture and the history of New York itself, and his photographs are a powerful tribute to a long-forgotten world at the city's dilapidated margins.

    TGI Justice Project is a group of transgender, gender variant, and intersex people–inside and outside of prisons, jails, and detention centers–creating a united family in the struggle for survival and freedom. They work in collaboration with others to forge a culture of resistance and resilience to strengthen us for the fight against human rights abuses, imprisonment, police violence, racism, poverty, and societal pressures. TGIJP seeks to create a world rooted in self-determination, freedom of expression, and gender justice. ​The mission of TGIJP is to challenge and end the human rights abuses committed against Black, Black/Brown trans people inside of California prisons, jails, detention centers, and beyond. Old-Age is curated by Leo Babsky https://vimeo.com/498695185   https://vimeo.com/498695223
  • available to purchase here   Limited edition t-shirt featuring Alvin Baltrop Curated by Old-Age and CRUSHfanzine All sales go to TGI Justice Project Special thank you to The Alvin Baltrop Trust and Third Streaming Gallery   100% black cotton *please allow for 2-3 weeks for delivery  

    Alvin Baltrop (1948-2004) was born in the Bronx, New York, and spent most of his life living and working in New York City. From 1969 to 1972, he served in the Vietnam War and began photographing his comrades. Upon his return, he enrolled in the School of the Visual Arts in New York, where he studied from 1973 to 1975. After working various jobs ⁠— vendor, jewelry designer, printer ⁠— he settled on the banks of Manhattan's West Side, where he would produce the bulk of his photographic output.

    Powerful, lyrical, and controversial, Alvin Baltrop's photographs are a groundbreaking exploration of clandestine gay culture in New York in the 1970s and 80s. His work is reflective of the grassroots passion and raw energy of New York City’s underground gay culture. Baltrop focused his lens on the derelict warehouses beneath Manhattan's West Side piers; which was a lawless, forgotten part of the city that played host to gay cruising, art making, drug smuggling, prostitution, and suicides. Baltrop documented this scene, unflinchingly and obsessively capturing everything from fleeting naked figures in mangled architectural environments to scenes of explicit sex and police raids on the piers. While the outside world saw New York as the glamorous playground of Studio 54, Warhol's gang and the disco era; Baltrop photographed the city's gritty flipside. His work is an important part of both gay culture and the history of New York itself, and his photographs are a powerful tribute to a long-forgotten world at the city's dilapidated margins.

    TGI Justice Project is a group of transgender, gender variant, and intersex people–inside and outside of prisons, jails, and detention centers–creating a united family in the struggle for survival and freedom. They work in collaboration with others to forge a culture of resistance and resilience to strengthen us for the fight against human rights abuses, imprisonment, police violence, racism, poverty, and societal pressures. TGIJP seeks to create a world rooted in self-determination, freedom of expression, and gender justice. ​The mission of TGIJP is to challenge and end the human rights abuses committed against Black, Black/Brown trans people inside of California prisons, jails, detention centers, and beyond. Old-Age is curated by Leo Babsky   https://vimeo.com/498695185