The Impossible Project will be presenting a special gallery exhibition from January 26 to February 29 at the Impossible Project Space (425 Broadway, 5th floor) in New York City to celebrate their collaboration with The Decemberists and photographer Autumn de Wilde on the Deluxe Box Edition of The King Is Dead. Each of the 2,500 limited edition box sets contain a one-of-a-kind original Polaroid photo by de Wilde taken during the album’s recording sessions at Pendarvis Farm outside of Portland, and in de Wilde’s hometown of Los Angeles. The Impossible Project provided de Wilde with several hundred boxes of the last remaining original Polaroid film stock for her to embark on the project, and will present 50 of the photos at the exhibition. Band members and the photographer will be present to discuss the project at the exhibition’s opening on January 26.
I cannot wait for this.
again, if i had money, i would be on a plane so fast.
Rock photographer Autumn De Wilde photographed over 2,500 polaroids of the band The Decemberists as they recorded their new album, The King is Dead. I don’t know what planet The Decemberists (or maybe Autumn De Wilde?) lives on but I want to live there too. Beautiful.
Before the game I felt that we had it. I hate that it was the Steelers that took it away from us, of course it fucking had to be them. I felt so terrible seeing all the Ravens after the game, it was heart breaking… When they showed Houchmandzadeh, on the bench, it was the worst. After the game I…
poor houch. he did his best, butter fingers happens to the best of us.
I miss Burns Out Bright. Save yourself a Lifetime was one of the most thought out records ever released on Deep Elm records. If John had half a brain and less 16 year old girlfriends he would have treated it that way. Instead, he promoted albums for bands that had already broken up. That is what killed one of Columbia, SC’s hardest working indie-rock bands.