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A Short History Of Stripes In Popular Culture IX

















1. Ed Ruscha Little Snitches Like You End Up in Dumpsters All Across Town, 1997 & Helmut Lang Fall/Winter 1996
2. Ed Ruscha This No Joke Im After You Stupid Punk, 1997 & Helmut Lang Spring/Summer 2001
3. Ed Ruscha Do As I Say or…, 1997 & Helmut Lang Fall/Winter 1998
4. Ed Ruscha You Dirty Rotten Bitch, 1997 & Helmut Lang Spring/Summer 2003
5. Ed Ruscha You And I Are In Disagreement, 1997 & Helmut Lang Spring/Summer 1997
6. Ed Ruscha I Heard You Moved To Pahrump, Nevada — You Cannot Escape, 1997 & Helmut Lang Spring/Summer 2003
7. Ed Ruscha You Wont Know WHEN You Wont Know WHERE You Wont Know WHO and You Wont Know WHY, 1997 & Helmut Lang Fall/Winter 1996
8. Ed Ruscha Agree to Our Terms or Prepare Yourself for a Blast Furnace, 1997 & Helmut Lang Spring/Summer 1997

Helmut and Ed had a baby. A lovechild. A brother from another mother. A sister from another mister. Block stripes in red, black and white. Cross-body, full-frontal armor amour.

2 comments:

Victor Cruz said...

I think is "sister from another mister"

LYNN and HORST said...

corrected