George Tice

Jimmy’s Bar and Grill and Conmar Zipper Company, Newark, NJ, 1973
1973 //  Hudson’s Fish Market, Atlantic City, NJ, 1973 //  George Tice
Railroad Bridge, High Bridge, NJ, 1974 //  Tenement Rooftops, Hoboken, NJ, 1974

“As I progressed further with my project, it became obvious that it was really unimportant where I chose to photograph. The particular place simply provided an excuse to produce work… you can only see what you are ready to see – what mirrors your mind at that particular time.”

“Documenting the place is principally what I do. The bulk of my photographs are of New Jersey. It may have been a subject series, like ice or aquatic plants, that could have been anywhere, but it was done in New Jersey. Most of my pictures are about place. I would say the Urban Landscape work is what is most distinctive about me.”

George Tice


Documentary about my work released today. <3

“The Self Practice” is a short documentary, looking at the process behind Jen Mann’s artworks; colorful and vibrant oil paintings which delve into the deep questions of life as she explores the idea of self and identity. Watch Mann’s process, and hear her thoughts, as she prepares for, and completes her series “Q&A”, a solo show at Toronto’s Neubacher Shor Contemporary.

“the artist is always asking for someone to love them…they are saying, look at my work and you will know me, like… the true me.”- Mann

You can find out more about Mann here:
Director/ Cinematographer Cameron Bryson :
Music courtesy of Joanne Pollock (


The Amazing Tour Is Not On Fire | Dan and Phil’s Story of TATINOF

(made by two dorks on the internet, @danisnotonfire & @amazingphil)

I’ve been watching them for almost 6 years now and although I never got the chance to see them in real life, these two movies/videos really summed up everything I love about them and more. The performance was incredible (cringey but amazing) and the documentary brought tears to my eyes. Thanks to Dan & Phil for always making us constantly smile and inspired with everything you do! Also thanks to the Phandom for embracing me into this community. This is the most fun, I’ve ever had :’)!

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Alan Powdrill: Covered

1&2.  “I was 17. I hid the first few from my parents for many years and by the time they found out they knew this was going to be my life.” Philip, 27, Southend-on-Sea.

 3&4. “I was 51 when I started and my father was already dead and my mum didn’t say anything as she was in the early stages of dementia” Graham, 58, Cleethorpes

5&6..  “I love being different and everyday I’m asked about them. Good tattoos aren’t cheap, cheap tattoos are not good.” Izzy, 48, Maidstone

.7&8  “My tattoos are part of who I am and I’ll always love my bodysuit now and when I’m 80. The love I get for what I look like is what it’s all about.” Victoria, 37, Coventry

9&10.  “They have given me confidence in life since my Crohn’s illness, I will love them in the future like I do now.” Peter, 38, Colchester