Artist David Sandlin had only been in New York City for a couple of years when he was plastering downtown Manhattan’s concrete building facades with graphic silkscreened posters to promote his solo exhibition at Kwok Gallery in 1983*.
What a terrible nightmare. People were walking up to my front door and slowly handing me shirts and pants that I’d ruined over the years by dropping food on myself. A bunch of stained clothes from my past, resurfacing in front of everyone. Humiliating
The Beatles’ ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’ “was the song Paul took to play for Bob Dylan, when the American rock poet visited in London in April. They sat in Dylan’s hotel room all night, playing each other their new music” https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/beatles-revolver-take-one-1234602721/