Droid 907 x CarnageNYC

Sex or Suicide by Droid907
Sex or Suicide by Droid 907

Since his first release in 2011, Carnage has quickly made a name for himself as a purveyor of high quality graffiti zines. Aside from selling his own zines, he also distributes work by like-minded individuals, like the sold out Greetings from Detroit from earlier this year which presented images of Detroit by 5 photographers from New York and California. And now a limited run of Droid 907’s Sex or Suicide is available.

Droid 907's Sex or Suicide
Sex or Suicide by Droid 907

In Sex or Suicide Droid offers us a tantalizing glimpse into a world of sex, drugs and rocking rollers, interspersing stories of drunken encounters under bridges with the soul-baring recollections of a free spirit, photographs and numbered lists of names and phrases.

Sex or Suicide by Droid 907
Sex or Suicide by Droid 907

Carnage will be releasing his next zine, Lost in Shibuya, this coming Saturday, December 14, from 7-9pm at the City Reliquary (with an online release to follow on Monday, December 16). Please support these fine zinemakers.

Delicious DROID in 3D

3D tshirts by DROID/907 (all photos by Luna Park)

I’m no fan of corporate “streetwear” – I refuse to pay to shill for multinational brands. I will, however, gladly rock the hell out of a hand-screened shirt printed in a Brooklyn kitchen by a miscreant in a clown mask. I caught up with DROID this past weekend as he was busy printing a batch of delicious, 2-color, 3D-effect shirts. Get your’s here while supplies last. But don’t blame me if creepy clowns keep you from sleeping…






"The Community Serviced" Opening

Showpaper boxes (photo by Becki Fuller)
Showpaper boxes (photo by Becki Fuller)

Last night was a fun night filled with art, music, tattoos, video games, and even some Cirque du Soleil-esque contortionism. No, it wasn’t just another night at a hipster bar in Williamsburg, this was “The Community Serviced”, a show curated by Andrew H. Shirley which featured 12 uniquely produced Showpaper newspaper boxes designed by 24 artists. After the opening night, the works will be placed around the city to serve the community both as public art pieces as well as an expansion of Showpaper’s distribution network of their bi-monthly publication.

Here’s hoping that they last long enough!

Showpaper boxes (photo by Becki Fuller)
Showpaper boxes (photo by Becki Fuller)
Showpaper boxes (photo by Becki Fuller)
Showpaper boxes (photo by Becki Fuller)
Showpaper boxes (photo by Becki Fuller)
Showpaper boxes (photo by Becki Fuller)
Showpaper boxes (photo by Becki Fuller)
Showpaper boxes (photo by Becki Fuller)
Showpaper boxes (photo by Becki Fuller)
Showpaper boxes (photo by Becki Fuller)
Showpaper boxes (photo by Becki Fuller)
Showpaper boxes (photo by Becki Fuller)
Showpaper boxes (photo by Becki Fuller)
Showpaper boxes (photo by Becki Fuller)
Showpaper boxes (photo by Becki Fuller)
Showpaper boxes (photo by Becki Fuller)
Showpaper boxes (photo by Becki Fuller)
Showpaper boxes (photo by Becki Fuller)