“…when I was younger, no more than fourteen or fifteen, each summer a group of impetuous youths and I would get together and roam the town haphazardly, looking for something to do, something to break. We were unrestrained, raw; nothing to tie us down. The constraints of society did not seem to exist; it was summer, and that seemed to be our ongoing excuse for our actions as we threw television sets off rooftops and smashed windows of vacant homes.
But we could not be delinquents forever; none of us wanted to be forty-five and imprisoned for vandalizing street signs. Eventually we matured, developed careers and became initiated members of a civilized world. But we still hold in our hearts the inclinations of our youth, the antagonistic views we held about society.”
This collection reflects our respect for contention, for the man standing outside looking in with distaste.”
See the full collection after the jump.