jens wolf (2011)
In 1967 a 16-year-old Boston kid named Jonathan Richman was obsessed with a New York band called the Velvet Underground. He wrote an article about them for a tiny local rock magazine called Vibrations. And in that article he included this diagram, showing what he projected their career trajectory to be relative to some other fashionable bands of the time. (via this fine book)
J.R. had the wrong opinion about Hendrix, but otherwise this is wonderful.
Tom Eckersley — Birds of the World Series, Puffin (1986)
Vilmos Huszár - Zittende figuur (1917)
ink (relief printing) on paper