“Pansybeat” Book Launch At Printed Matter In Chelsea

Please join author and mag mastermind. Michael Economy and the rest of the Pansybeat crew on May 4th from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at Printed Matter – 231 11th Ave, NY, NY 10001 – in the heart of OUCH (Outer Chelsea) as we celebrate the launch of this important publication. I’m predicting paper cups.

TELL EVERYBODY. TELL EVERYBODY NOW.

BUY ONE RIGHT NOW ONLINE!

YOU CAN BUY ONE ONLINE RIGHT NOW!!!

CLICK RIGHT HERE. GO AHEAD AND CLICK NOW.

 

 

Brrrrrrdt.  Brrrrrdt.

Good afternoon, Pansybeat Special Operator…

Yes maam, I have that link right here for you…

https://www.printedmatter.org/programs/events/683

Yes, that’s right maam/sir, fresh copies of the Pansybeat book will be available to the general public for under forty dollars. Yes that’s right sir/madame I did say, under forty dollars.

I’ll tell you what miss/mister, you can barely get home from a Tyler Perry movie for under forty dollars. Not these days…and if you feel like Raisinettes – well – your in over fifty by the time you get home. Raisinettes are high. That’s true.

Between you and me I find this book more entertaining than most feature films as of late. I really do.

OK then sir/madame, I wish you a wonderful evening and I look forward to hearing about the event.

mmm. buh-bye.

CLICK.

 

Artist Artist Kenny Kenny Is Working Working

LOVE LOVE. Click the pic to read all that Michael Musto writes about it on Papermag.com.

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Photo of New York City artist Kenny Kenny by Aria Isadora. Gorge.

said I in the comments …

“Kenny Kenny’s photographic work is worth a huge mention here. His recent work includes a series of self portraits that are inspired, contemporary, intelligent, informed, authentic and, as we used to say with widely dialated pupils every Wednesday night at Bently’s (where’s that coffee table book?) – “MAJOR!”
‘It’s hard enough to get out of bed in the morning let alone make art,’ said the Pop of pop who was also a shutterbug, a nightlife fixture and a transplanted Manhattanite. Helleaux. Kenny Kenny, photographer is out of bed, into high-level hair and make-up and working hard while helping to keep Manhattan’s often eulogized art scene alive.

“Thanks Kenny. You look gorgeous.
See you inside.
(Can I get a drink ticket?)
Mwah.”