bindersfullofwomen:

Binders full of women

bindersfullofwomen:

Binders full of women

Animal came to my show the other night and put together this fun little vid. Check it.

http://www.animalnewyork.com/2012/meet-patrick-waldo-the-artist-formerly-known-as-moustache-man/

I’m telling my moustache story at UCB this Wednesday, September 19th at 9:30pm! Paired up with a show I’m super excited to see- The Honeymen: A Salute to Honey. $5!
http://newyork.ucbtheatre.com/performances/view/24665

I’m telling my moustache story at UCB this Wednesday, September 19th at 9:30pm! Paired up with a show I’m super excited to see- The Honeymen: A Salute to Honey. $5!

http://newyork.ucbtheatre.com/performances/view/24665

Hello Moustache (Taken with Instagram)

Hello Moustache (Taken with Instagram)

cool video on the dude behind those “fuck you i’m batman” stickers.

(Source: vimeo.com)

I saw a bunch of skunks tonight under the George Washington Bridge. They were all up in the chicken wing scraps in the trash by the Little Red Lighthouse. A few of them shot their tails up at me when I approached to take a picture, but this guy was completely unfazed. Then as I got closer I saw something that might explain his ease with humans. He’s got a tracking device around his neck! 

Who’s tracking the skunks of Washington Heights? 

I saw a bunch of skunks tonight under the George Washington Bridge. They were all up in the chicken wing scraps in the trash by the Little Red Lighthouse. A few of them shot their tails up at me when I approached to take a picture, but this guy was completely unfazed. Then as I got closer I saw something that might explain his ease with humans. He’s got a tracking device around his neck! 

Who’s tracking the skunks of Washington Heights? 

I was walking through Soho today and saw an apartment building with it’s front door wide open. I wandered in and made my way to the top, hoping the door to the roof wouldn’t be armed with an alarm and that I could sneak out and get a new view. It wasn’t, and it was awesome up there, but on the way up I came across something way cooler.

It wasn’t hard to spot. Every wall in this building is the same clean, newly painted off-white. The building is actually in the middle of being renovated now, hence the wide open front door. But one little piece of it’s gritty Soho past has been preserved indefinitely. It’s a tag from SAMO, better known as Jean-Michel Basquiat, nestled safely behind a piece of plexiglass. Above it is a tag with “84” on it, so presumably the SAMO tag popped up around the same time. 

For a graffiti nerd, this thing is like the holy grail. Basquiat is the biggest graffiti success story there is. The dude was living in Tompkins Square Park when he started tagging SAMO and within a few years was best friends with Andy Warhol, exhibiting all over the world, and making enough money selling his art that he could afford to spend $2k a week on drugs. These, of course, did him in, but he left an amazing legacy and inspired a whole new generation of writers and street artists.

Good on whoever owns this building to preserve this piece of graffiti history.

iheartchaos:

Larry Woodstore wants everybody to know he absolutely does not own a woodstore.

hey dudes. welcome to my tumblr. i’m patrick waldo and i wrote “moustache” on posters in the subway until cops arrested me last year for it. guess they’re sensitive about moustache jokes or something. sometimes i tweet about old moustache times on my moustache twitter. 
moustache.
stay tuned for a barrage of posts promoting my show at the UCB Theatre and hopefully some other cool stuff. 
thanks for reading!

hey dudes. welcome to my tumblr. i’m patrick waldo and i wrote “moustache” on posters in the subway until cops arrested me last year for it. guess they’re sensitive about moustache jokes or something. sometimes i tweet about old moustache times on my moustache twitter

moustache.

stay tuned for a barrage of posts promoting my show at the UCB Theatre and hopefully some other cool stuff. 

thanks for reading!