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The Future Of The Rudeboy

With the exhibition, The Return Of The Rudeboy, closing at Somerset House last weekend, i-D caught up with Dean Chalkley and Harris Elliott, the men behind it, to talk about the relevance of the Rudeboy in the 21st Century.

“ Dark thing,
make a myth of yourself:

all women turn into lilacs,

all men grow sick of their errant scent.
You could learn

to build a window, to change flesh
into isinglass, nothing

but a brittle river, a love of bone. ”

—    Jennifer Chang, from “This Corner of the Western World,” The History of Anonymity (University of Georgia Press, 2008)

(via mashamorevna)

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The Future Of The Rudeboy

With the exhibition, The Return Of The Rudeboy, closing at Somerset House last weekend, i-D caught up with Dean Chalkley and Harris Elliott, the men behind it, to talk about the relevance of the Rudeboy in the 21st Century.

“ Dark thing,
make a myth of yourself:

all women turn into lilacs,

all men grow sick of their errant scent.
You could learn

to build a window, to change flesh
into isinglass, nothing

but a brittle river, a love of bone. ”

—    Jennifer Chang, from “This Corner of the Western World,” The History of Anonymity (University of Georgia Press, 2008)

(via mashamorevna)