We’ve just learned of the passing of legendary photographer Mick Rock at the age of 73. This photo by Natalie Rock was posted on his Official Facebook along with a family statement. Please read on.
It is with the heaviest of hearts that we share our beloved psychedelic renegade Mick Rock has made the Jungian journey to the other side. Those who had the pleasure of existing in his orbit, know that Mick was always so much more than ’The Man Who Shot The 70s.’ He was a photographic poet — a true force of nature who spent his days doing exactly what he loved, always in his own delightfully outrageous way. Continue reading Legendary Photographer Mick Rock Has Passed Away (1948-2021)→
Welcome back to the continued presentation of the findings from Book Expo America 2014. With this second chapter I’m continuing along with the photos from the first day that I attended and also adding the ones from the second day. I figured it better like this since I was not going to be able to attend on the third and final day. With that in mind let’s get this show on the road and check out the super cool Marvel Super-Heroes poster. I had half a mind to grab one of these to hang up in the Metal Command HQ but I decided not to. Great Jack Kirby art though don’t you think?
Here’s a book about “One Hundred Cats and a Fish”. Obviously geared towards the younger readers so parents make some notes about things you see in these pair of narratives as you might have some shopping to do after I am finished.