drunk on freedom duncan crossley
Keeping images was an impulse I could never resist. Consequently, I have files full of random cuttings, clippings, packaging and publicity matter. Gluing things into scrapbooks never worked for me, so until the advent of the internet the files only really functioned as heavy paper based objects that have filled the storage spaces of my close relatives for decades. Coincidentally, the black and white image of the skateboarding legend Jay Adams on the second line of this page was the first thing I tore from a magazine and then stuck in a scrapbook in 1977. I then realised my mistake and tore the page from the scrapbook. There hasn't been a year since then when it hasn't surfaced in some super stacked in-tray, materialized in the bottom of a bulging filing cabinet or spilled out of an over stuffed carrier bag.
drunk on freedom duncan crossley
drunk on freedom duncan crossley
drunk on freedom duncan crossley
drunk on freedom duncan crossley
drunk on freedom duncan crossley
drunk on freedom duncan crossley
drunk on freedom duncan crossley
drunk on freedom duncan crossley
drunk on freedom duncan crossley
drunk on freedom duncan crossley
drunk on freedom duncan crossley
drunk on freedom duncan crossley
drunk on freedom duncan crossley
drunk on freedom duncan crossley
drunk on freedom duncan crossley