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Paris Show Update

Back Home | About this site |  About the book| Some promo items from the Say Watt? show: Advertisements

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Say Watt?!

Back Home | About this site |  About the book| In Fine Style is very excited to announce that some Limonious pieces will be featured alongside Beth Lesser‘s photographs and Lick it Back‘s restored King Tubby‘s Hometown Hi-Fi speaker boxes as part of La Gaîté … Continue reading

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L.A.monious

Back Home | About this site |  About the book| Al Fingers and Shimmy Shimmy are bringing their Art in the Dancehall show to LA for the month of February. I will be there opening night (feb 2) to represent the Limonious massive. Come check … Continue reading

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Art in the Dancehall/Clarks launch

Back Home | About this site |  About the book| Al Fingers is in New York this week to build some hype for his new Clarks Book. While there, he’s bringing his Art in the Dancehall to Miss Lily’s. Check the posters here and … Continue reading

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LimoniouS90

Back Home | About this site |  About the book| The Honda S90 was a very popular bike in Jamaica in the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. Probably its biggest reggae reference was Big Youth‘s “S90 Skank” where the screaming target kicked off the recording by revving … Continue reading

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Art in a di Dancehall

Back Home | About this site |  About the book| Some exciting dispatches from the Art in the Dancehall exhibit happening in the UK right now care of Shimmy Shimmy and my man Al Fingers. Some Limonious pieces are featured among a huge selection … Continue reading

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Bass Festival

Back Home | About this site |  About the book| I am very loosely (by way of Al Newman) contributing to this exhibit in Birmingham, UK with A tiny write-up about Limonious and a few pictures and scans from my collection. Wish I could be there, … Continue reading

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