A Trip to Salvation Mountain
Browse more photos on the Salvation Mountain location page.
If you ever visit Niland, California, a desert town of just over 1,000 people in the southeasternmost corner of the state, you’re sure to find Salvation Mountain. The giant, bright relgious tribute is made of over 100,000 gallons of paint and stands 50 feet tall by 150 feet in breadth. Artist Leonard Knight started building the mountain in the 1980s and lived there for 30 years, passing days adding to and caring for his life’s work.
Since Knight, now 82, entered into a long-term care facility in late 2011, concern has been raised for the future of the site. Without constant upkeep, the harsh environment can quickly erode the fragile mountain made of clay and paint. Learn more about the fight to save Salvation Mountain here.
‘Derby Day at The Lizard Lounge’
Buffalo ‘66 bowling with Louis XXX. photo by Roman Posa @powderfrench
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A sample spread from the silkscreened booklet Diddly Zingers by Keith G. Herzik, 2010.
At the movies. @patrickhoelck #luxury
Public Collectors is finally back in action after Thanksgiving travel followed by problems with a computer hard drive that was pretty much deep fried like a turkey. Posting should be a lot more regular now. Here’s a comic from the September 1955 issue of the London journal Men Only and London Opinion, which, when it’s not too busy being sexist, has a decent ad or graphic here or there.