Shaun SureThing

I just got my  copies of the re-issue of the first Bikini Kill LP from BIKINI KILL RECORDS today. Unfortunately I missed out on the first 200 copies containing a poster designed by BK member Kathi Wilcox (Frumpies, Casual Dots)… Let the ebay troll begin on that one… Anyway it’s pretty awesome and has a bunch of cool pictures not in the original pressing as well as a liner notes and cool quotes from Molly Neuman of BratMobile, Ian from Fugazi and Minor Threat as well as a bunch of excerpts from early fanzines like Jigsaw. Also I got some fun buttons to pin on my new Bikini Kill tote bag.

xoShaun

designerimposter:

Hey guys I’m super excited about this. Since the banks have all our $ & won’t give us any money to actually do cool stuff. Let’s support each other even if you can only donate $1. Kathleen Hanna is a punk feminist icon and was huge influence on my life and still is. Please Help get this documentary funded about her!!!! http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1558491775/the-punk-singer-the-documentary-about-kathleen-han

The Punk Singer - A documentary about KatHan’s life so far has a kickstarter!!!!

Sini Anderson, the filmmaker, is a rad dyke lady who has put a lot of time and effort into getting this story right. Many really great people have been interviewed for the project and you can read more here

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1558491775/the-punk-singer-the-documentary-about-kathleen-han

Anyway. I got interviewed (We’ll see if I make the cut) and I’m super stoked to be part of this project. This is kickstarting off real strong, but if you want the real deal on KatHan’s life up till now, yer gonna have to pay a few bucks. I know I will. She is a $T4R FOR R3$LZ!!!!!!

XO SHAUN SURETHING FOR SEAGULL HAIR SALON KATHLEEN HANNA GLAMOUR SHOTZ

OOOHHHHHHHH! I just re-found this conversation about Riot Grrl tattoos from 2009. Thanks Jo for your infinite wisdom
http://seagullhair.typepad.com/seagull/2009/03/a-conversation-between-jo-and-i-about-knuckle-tattoos.html

OOOHHHHHHHH! I just re-found this conversation about Riot Grrl tattoos from 2009. Thanks Jo for your infinite wisdom

http://seagullhair.typepad.com/seagull/2009/03/a-conversation-between-jo-and-i-about-knuckle-tattoos.html

Fun night in Chelsea, all star cast. Everyone met up at NYC printing powerhouse PUBLICIDE INC. for a glass of champaign. Lisa Darms of Fails Library (keeper of the Riot GRRRL collection) convinced us all that we should go see Jack Smith’s work at Gladstone Gallery. With painter Nolan Hendrickson Seagull Senior Editor Molly McCommons Dusty of PUBLICIDE INC and myself in tow, we trudged up to a very busy 24th street. The weather was lovely and Jack Smiths work was really witchy and graphic; right on pointe for what we here at ShaunSureThing.com love these days. 

After that Molly, Dusty and I headed over to performance art space, The Kitchen for Emily Roysdon's collaboration with all of NYC feminist heavy hitters. The performance entitled A Gay Bar For Everyone (with costumes and no practice) which has it’s second and final installment tonight was totally surprising and fun. With interwoven scenes by Vanessa Anspaugh and Aretha Aoki, Jibz Cameron, Dean Daderko, Celeste Dupuy-Spencer, Nicole Eisenman, Barbara Hammer, K8 Hardy, Yve Laris Cohen, Thomas J. Lax and Elaine Carberry, Neal Medlyn, MPA, Jeanine Oleson, Will Rawls, Charles Ryan, JD Samson, A.L. Steiner, Sacha Yanow there was no way this night was going to be boring.

XO SHAUN SURETHING FOR SEAGULL HAIR SALON WEST VILLAGE BLONDE AMBITION NYC


simplesocial:

Riot Grrrl: Traces of a Movement This Saturday at the NY Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1, Long Island City, 2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
Riot Grrrl is a feminist movement that rose during the mid-1990s and is closely associated with punk rock, radical politics, and DIY ethics. Its participants left behind a lengthy paper trail of film, photography, art, video, music, and zines, a selection of which have recently entered the Fales Library and Special Collections at New York University. This panel of artists, musicians, and writers will discuss the history and cultural artifacts of the movement.Participants include:Lisa Darms, Fales Library; Jenna Freedman, Barnard College Library; Sara Marcus, Molly Neuman. Moderated by Gretchen Wagner.
ALSO 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Experimental Libraries and Reading Rooms with Wendy Yao from Ooga Booga!

simplesocial:

Riot Grrrl: Traces of a Movement This Saturday at the NY Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1, Long Island City, 2:00 - 3:30 p.m.

Riot Grrrl is a feminist movement that rose during the mid-1990s and is closely associated with punk rock, radical politics, and DIY ethics. Its participants left behind a lengthy paper trail of film, photography, art, video, music, and zines, a selection of which have recently entered the Fales Library and Special Collections at New York University. This panel of artists, musicians, and writers will discuss the history and cultural artifacts of the movement.

Participants include:
Lisa Darms, Fales Library; Jenna Freedman, Barnard College Library; Sara Marcus, 
Molly Neuman. Moderated by Gretchen Wagner.

ALSO 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Experimental Libraries and Reading Rooms with Wendy Yao from Ooga Booga!

Fun to watch people talk about Riot Grrrl. You ALL know how obsessed I am with this subject matter and how ABSOLUTELY THRILLED I am that it’s officially back on the table.

XO SHAUN SURETHING FOR SEAGULL SALON NYC

                                                      POWER GRRRLS
Here is a good shot of Johanna Fateman and Cristina Black - Two awesome ladies who possess some sic ΞFF|Β|L|T|Ξ$$! Jo just wrote a really great review for Bookforum  on Sara Marcus’ November coming “Grrrls To The Front”. 
Aside from standing around being sexy at Seagull Salon, Cristina (on the right) a singer and writer of songs just recently finished a debut EP "The Ditty Sessions"
She is also probably just wrote something awesome for our FAV mag Foam.
XO, SHAUN SURETHING HAIR STYLIST FOR SEAGULL SALON NYC

                                                      POWER GRRRLS

Here is a good shot of Johanna Fateman and Cristina Black - Two awesome ladies who possess some sic ΞFF|Β|L|T|Ξ$$! Jo just wrote a really great review for Bookforum  on Sara Marcus’ November coming “Grrrls To The Front”.

Aside from standing around being sexy at Seagull Salon, Cristina (on the right) a singer and writer of songs just recently finished a debut EP "The Ditty Sessions"

She is also probably just wrote something awesome for our FAV mag Foam.

XO, SHAUN SURETHING HAIR STYLIST FOR SEAGULL SALON NYC

Hey kids! Here is a picture of Lydia a Seagull V.I.P. Lydia with her newest NYC blonde highlights!!! 
XO, NYC HAIR STYLIST SHAUN SURETHING FOR SEAGULL HAIR SALON WEST VILLAGE NYC

Hey kids! Here is a picture of Lydia a Seagull V.I.P. Lydia with her newest NYC blonde highlights!!! 

XO, NYC HAIR STYLIST SHAUN SURETHING FOR SEAGULL HAIR SALON WEST VILLAGE NYC