Weirdos, John Denney Slash Magazine Benefit, Larchmont Hall, July 8, 1977
$75.00 – $525.00
Weirdos, John Denney, Slash Magazine’s First Benefit, Larchmont Hall, July 8, 1977. #Weirdos #JohnDenney #SlashMagazineBenefit #LarchmontHall #JennyLens #PunkPioneersDotCom #PunkPioneers #PunkPioneersJennyLens #PunkPhotosForSale
Weirdos, John Denney, Slash Magazine’s First Benefit, Larchmont Hall, July 8, 1977.
I saw a photo posted by #JohnDenney on #Facebook. The thread mentioned early Weirdos shows. I quickly wrote the following:
Moshe Brakha (Moche Bracca not, lol, he was Israeli, Moshe is a very old Jewish name) brings back memories. I had an affair with his manager!
Oh that infamous January 1978 Screamers party where Moshe brought models, and his manager. Nasty false story spread about me. While KK and others were throwing spaghetti on kitchen wall.
I ended up making out in Posh Boy in the closet (he seduced me after Sex Pistols show, Jan 14, 1978, and I JUST posted photo of #SidVicious cos his birthday) and Melanie Nissen took photos of the two us, looking all sultry and innocent. In the closet. OMG! Yeah, fer sure!
#Screamers and #Weirdos as #Stardust Ballroom … and omg, the Weirdos photos I took in 1977, on and offstage … esp Slash mag first benefit, July 8, 1977 at Larchmont Hall.
So many AMAZING wonderful memories, John Denney.
#Weirdos #JohnDenney #SlashMagazineBenefit #LarchmontHall #JennyLens #PunkPioneersDotCom #PunkPioneers #PunkPioneersJennyLens #PunkPhotosForSale
SIGNED Ltd Ed Prints: Numbered, Signed/Cert of Authenticity
8×10 = $125 ltd ed 10 (20.32 x 25.4 cm)
11×14 = $225 ltd ed 10 (27.94 x 35.56 cm)
16×20 = $525 ltd ed 5 (40.64 x 50.8 cm)
UNSIGNED Open Edition Prints:
8×10 = $75 (20.32 x 25.4 cm)
11×14 = $150 (27.94 x 35.56 cm)
16×20 = $325 (40.64 x 50.8 cm)
Shipping: $15 USA
CA tax: 10.25% (only on prints, not shipping)
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Printing process: Lightjet professional prints. Kodak archival paper and inks. This process is the most light-fast, long lasting. Superior results to any silver gelatin or c-prints. After labs scratched and lost most valued negs, and both color and black and white were fugly, I am only offering museum quality prints from top professional labs.
Color and Black/White are usually printed on Lustre paper, which has gorgeous color but not much sheen. Metallic paper is great for some color, onstage photos. Depends upon image.
125, 150, 225, 75, 325, 525, Signed-8×10, Signed-11×14, Signed-16×20, Unsigned-8×10, Unsigned-11×14, Unsigned-16×20