The Larry Clark Web Shop is proud to announce The Smell of Us official book to be published in January 2015 in an edition of 250 copies.
Pre-order The Smell of Us book now and the first 100 pre-orders will receive an exclusive movie poster signed by Larry Clark.
The pre-order will close January 17th, and ship January 18th.
The book includes 120 full color film stills along with the original screenplay by Scribe.
Edited by Larry Clark, Will Cameron and Pierre-Paul Puljiz
Original screenplay by Scribe
Design by Larry Clark and Will Cameron
Printed in New York City at Cameron+Brown Studio
Découvrez la bande annonce du film The Smell of Us de Larry Clark (Kids, Ken Park), prévu sur les écrans français pour le 14 janvier 2015.
Check out the trailer for the new film The Smell of Us by Larry Clark – coming out in French cinemas on 14 January 2015.
The Larry Clark Web Shop Black Friday Sale Event is now live with 30%-50% off all apparel and publications. These are the lowest prices we have ever offered.
We are proud to announce two new shirts – Frank Navarette by Larry Clark and Cry Baby by Sally Webster – produced in an edition of 150. Today is the first time these are being offered.
In addition, we have posted some hard-to-find Larry publications in very limited quantities and at amazing prices.
Show Now – the Sale ends Tuesday Dec. 2nd.
Larry: I have launched a Web Store on LarryClark.com – for everyone. We have put together our first offering, my limited edition original four color silkscreen T-shirts and the new music album from reVolt, all celebrating an incredible band.
About the band, I met the young men of reVolt Continue reading
Larry Clark wearing one of his four-color silkscreen photograph T-shirts. Photo by Will Cameron. Check out the lookbook on VICE and get one for yourself!
This past week VICE sat down with Larry to talk about the Web Shop, his new foray into fashion and the internet.
Read the article here.
HUGE 100TH ISSUE Interview with Larry Clark
Thanks to Takuhito Kawashima and HUGE Magazine
NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star
Courtesy New Museum, New York. Photos: Benoit Pailley