Posts Tagged: Humans Outside New York

Humans Outside New York LIII

LA REUNION // MARCH 2013

Love in the Age of Intolerance XIX

THAILAND // APRIL 2017

Humans Outside New York L

Our 50th entry into the Humans Outside New York category is a shot from Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s ramshackle capital that is exploding with often grotesque urban development and a traffic problem from hell.

CAMBODIA // AUGUST 2017

Humans Outside New York XXXXIX

UK // AUGUST 2017

Humans Outside New York XXXXVIII

FRANCE // AUGUST 2017

Ghost Rider VIII

THAILAND // OCTOBER 2015

Obey V

FRANCE // SEPTEMBER 2011

And The Clocks Were Striking Thirteen X

A reminder of social injustice – Oxford Street, London

UK // JULY 2017

Punk Never Die IV

THAILAND // MARCH 2017

Humans Outside New York XXXXVI

Guest post by Dieter Vater

FRANCE // MARCH 2017

Humans Outside New York XXXXV

INDIA // JULY 2016

Humans Outside New York XXXXIV

Rye is a long term Hong Kong resident, an active member of the LGBT community by day, a drag queen by night.

HONG KONG // JUNE 2017

Cheap and Cheerful III

Unsafe building

INDIA // SEPTEMBER 2016

Humans Outside New York XXXXIII

FRANCE // APRIL 2016

Humans Outside New York XXXXII

THAILAND // OCTOBER 2016

Humans Outside New York XXXX

NEPAL // APRIL 2015

Orgasms Are Great VII

FRANCE // FEBRUARY 2012

Humans Outside New York XXXVIIII

FRANCE // SEPTEMBER 2012

Humans Outside New York XXXVIII

Rats!
They fought the dogs and killed the cats,
And bit the babies in the cradles,
And ate the cheeses out of the vats,
And licked the soup from the cooks’ own ladle’s,
Split open the kegs of salted sprats,
Made nests inside men’s Sunday hats,
And even spoiled the women’s chats
By drowning their speaking
With shrieking and squeaking
In fifty different sharps and flats.

The Pied Piper – Robert Browning

INDIA // AUGUST 2016

Animal Farm XVII

THAILAND // FEBRUARY 2015

Blame The Parents XIII

Young tattoo artist at Bangkok Tattoo Expo

THAILAND // MARCH 2017

Humans Outside New York XXXVII

MALAYSIA // DECEMBER 2016

Orgasms Are Great VI

CAMBODIA // AUGUST 2015

Humans Outside New York XXXV

INDIA // JUNE 2016

Humans Outside New York XXXIV

THE PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES // MAY 2012

The Walls Are Screaming XXIX

INDIA // OCTOBER 2016

I Fall On My Knees Every Sunday IX

Christ, it’s Easter. Can you feel it?

THE PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES // MAY 2012

Humans Outside New York XXXII

Happy New Year from Thailand

THAILAND // APRIL 2017

Blame The Parents X

The face of a true vegetarian at the Phuket Vegetarian Festival.

THAILAND // OCTOBER 2004

Humans Outside New York XXXI

Twinkle and Shine
Take a ride on a merry Roundabout
Sail a dreamboat across the lagoon
Go around until you reel on the Ferris wheel
Or fly, fly, fly in a toy balloon
Why don’t you come to the Funfair, Fall into line
Come put a smile on, Twinkle and Shine
Come to the Funfair, follow the throng
Everyone’s there, at the Funfair
Come along
Everyone’s there
Everyone’s there
At the Funfair.
Come along, come along, come along to the Funfair!

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Come to the Funfair

INDIA // AUGUST 2016

Humans Outside New York XXX

INDIA // AUGUST 2016

Humans Outside New York XXVIIII

Guest post by Anonymous.

ETHIOPIA // FEBRUARY 2017

Humans Outside New York XXVIII

BURMA // DECEMBER 2005

Humans Outside New York XXVIII

It’s Chinese New Year today and The Devil’s Road is cautiously optimistic, despite things being what they are and will be, at the start of the year of the Red Fire Chicken.

THAILAND // FEBRUARY 2015

Humans Outside New York XXVII

A couple of young glue sniffers on the streets of Phnom Penh.

Never forget, eight men have the same wealth as the fifty poorest percent on the planet.

CAMBODIA // APRIL 2001

Humans Outside New York XXVI

As in many parts of Burma, the new Asian kid on the tourism bloc, children like these novice monks are employed – this lot each got a can of Sprite for their efforts – in construction, in this case to build a bridge to a cave monastery in Kayin State.
As well as child labor, various forms of slave labor and prison labor remain highly visible in Myanmar, the wealth gap is gigantic, a number of armed conflicts grind on and the Rohingya minority are the most persecuted people on the planet, according to the UN. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the recent arrival of democracy has only exasperated this. But most Burmese now have at least one mobile phone and all of them enjoy democracy.

BURMA // NOVEMBER 2015

Humans Outside New York XXV


Mary Henry: “It’s funny.. the world is so different in the daylight. In the dark, your fantasies get so out of hand. But in the daylight everything falls back into place again”

From the movie Carnival of Souls

FRANCE // SEPTEMBER 2011

Humans Outside New York XXIV

“I love bunnies because they are cute and they fuck all the time.”

During Gezi Park demonstrations, Istanbul tattoo artist Bunny King inked protesters free of charge to create visual reminders of those heady days.

TURKEY // DECEMBER 2013

Humans Outside New York XXIII

Bare-knuckle boxing at the Three Pagodas Pass, your typical lawless border town moment.

BURMA // DECEMBER 2005

Blame The Parents V

ravi

Ravi runs a tattoo shop in Palika Bazaar, a gigantic, gloomy underground market in central New Delhi, home to hundreds of tattooists of dubious skills and more dubious hygiene standards. Ravi is a devotee of Shiva, Hindu god of creation and destruction. If you want your godly tattoos rough and ready like Ravi, Palika Bazaar is the place for you. Tattoos then, are perhaps the last personal expression left to otherwise powerless people. The government can’t take them from you. Your mother can’t rub them off.

INDIA // JULY 2016

Humans Outside New York XXII

When I’m drivin’ in my car
And that man comes on the radio
He’s tellin’ me more and more
About some useless information
Supposed to fire my imagination
I can’t get no, oh no, no, no
Hey hey hey, that’s what I say’

Satisfaction’ – The Rolling Stones

MALAYSIA // DECEMBER 2016

Entartete Kunst II

Modern art says Thank You, Bangkok.

THAILAND // FEBRUARY 2015

Humans Outside New York XXI

This morning, while I was having breakfast, I watched a wasted, middle aged sex worker cough up her last customer’s effluent into the unforgiving street. I’m in Pattaya, possibly the ugliest, nastiest, most unfriendly, most cut throat and depressingly exploitative place I have ever been to…and I have been to a few horrible places in this life.
The resident and visiting Farang and Thais are uniformly nasty and the whole city stinks of rip-offs, abuse and tragedy.
Forget all the bla-bla about the place being a family destination. It’s a gigantic, tired whorehouse, a sex factory for old men without love, for emotional cripples and viagra-popping criminals from around the world, who should all be dead but are somehow clinging on to what can’t really be called life.
That’s a celebration of sorts of course, and places like Pattaya must exist somewhere other than just in our psyche, if for no other reason than to tell us clearly that there’s no hope for us. Pattaya is an American creation, a side-effect of our once desperate fight against the evils of communism, but it’s wholeheartedly Thai, because the Thais in charge of the place simply don’t care about anything other than making money, no matter now debased the method.
And while there’s nothing to look at, there’s plenty to see.
From morning to morning, a haze of mediocracy hangs above the city, an insipid film of average – best reflected in the prevalence of Hitler T-Shirts and other Nazi memorabilia in the city’s markets, the minute, dirty beach populated by hustlers, the overpriced restaurants selling Thai food that tastes like garbage, the piss awful cover bands on Walking Street that churn out uninspired, hollow rock standards to hundreds of drunken degenerates, the mean, beady eyes of white men that poke out of decrepit sports bars and follow passers-by like persistent venereal diseases, the incredible cacophony of terrible tattoos displayed on wilting flesh, and the thousands of burnt out and beaten women along the riverfront who are waiting to open their legs, mouths and asses for less than 50 bucks.

Welcome to Thailand, amigos. It’s a lot to swallow.

THAILAND // FEBRUARY 2015

I Fall On My Knees Every Sunday II

A very happy holiday from The Borneo Angels on The Devil’s Road.

2016 may well be remembered as the last year in which reality made any kind of sense.
Unless of course, you blindly follow The Devil’s Road.

MALAYSIA // DECEMBER 2015

Humans Outside New York XIX

heel

A local sex worker gets her work gear fixed by a cobbler in Kathmandu.

NEPAL // NOVEMBER 2011

Humans Outside New York XVIII


You say Rolls I say Royce
You say God give me a choice
You say Lord I say Christ
I don’t believe in Peter Pan
Frankenstein or Superman
All I wanna do is

Bicycle bicycle bicycle
I want to ride my bicycle bicycle bicycle
I want to ride my bicycle

‘Bicycle Race’ – Queen

INDIA // AUGUST 2016

Humans Outside New York XVII

gemocide

A soldier in Rakhine State, where the Tatmadaw, Burma’s feared military, in silent collusion with Buddhist freedom icon and Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi, kills and rapes Rohingya, a Muslim minority.

BURMA // AUGUST 2013

Humans Outside New York XVI

Jayalalithaa Jayaraman, former actress, illustrious state minister of Tamil Nadu and leader of the AIDMK party passed away today. For her 68th birthday, her sixt-eight most devoted followers had her face tattooed on their arms. The tradition harks back to the turbulent politics in the state in the 1970s. These three gentlemen in the photograph also have tattoos of MGR, Jayalalithaa’s predecessor, applied during a mass ceremony in 1977. India never disappoints.

INDIA // July 2016

Humans Outside New York XV

You gotta thrill my soul, all right
Roll, roll, roll, roll and thrill my soul

“Roadhouse Blues” – The Doors

INDIA // AUGUST 2016

 

Humans Outside New York XIV

Spiritually refreshing to see a ghost doing a Gary Oldman impression inside Angkor Wat amidst thousands of selfie stick wielding, golf visor wearing Chinese package tourists, digitally overfed suburban backpackers in $2 elephant pants, Buddhist monks from around the region armed with tablets and pretending to meditate, and American physics teachers looking to use their moral guidance to help underage girls grow up.

CAMBODIA // JULY 2014

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