Bad Blood with Joshua Cobos: Summer Days and Nights in Glorious Black and White

Every week, photographer Joshua Cobos shoots a roll of film just for us. (Although he’s been on hiatus for a lil bit.) He picks the best 13 photos and we post them here, and it’s called “Bad Blood with Joshua Cobos.” Here’s what Joshua has to say about this week’s installment:

I’ve been working on my next gallery show, which might explain why there hasn’t been a Bad Blood in a couple of weeks. This roll was taken around the time of the Pride Festival & finished up sometime late last week. The Burnt Ones performance at El Rio was ridiculous, sweaty & beautiful, fuzz so solid that my ears are still ringing. Bethany & Jake got engaged, congrats to them. The woman across from me at St Francis is worth a mention as well, for the record.

Thanks, Joshua! Ten more shots after the jump:

12 Responses to “Bad Blood with Joshua Cobos: Summer Days and Nights in Glorious Black and White”

  1. Emily says:

    The second one reminds me of the cover of Big Star’s Radio City.

  2. Andy says:

    William Eggleston.

  3. Fanchette Flamm says:

    Whenever I saw this guy at ping pong I’d have a real visceral dislike for his haircut, but, dude takes some lovely photos.

  4. Katy Woelfel says:

    Black and white magic!!!!!

  5. moderniste says:

    Indeed, that girl sitting across from the photog at St. Francis *is* lovely–she has absolutely gorg Perfect Hair.

  6. Jam says:

    I always enjoy seeing these..

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