Forever Young Forever drunk…
• Forever young, forever drunk ...
Introducing you photoproject London photographer Moore Vidler (Muir Vidler) called Rebels Without a Pause ( "Rebels out of time"), dedicated to the British informals 60s.
Former party-goers and rebels retirement after many years is still "in the stream": an old woman tattooed skinheads gamers, older skateboarders, fashion, fire-eaters, nudists and rock and rollers.
Vidler Moore was born in 1975 in Edinburgh, Scotland. He currently lives in London. It works in the genres of portrait and reportage photography. Among Vidler customers - GQ, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Esquire, New York Times Magazine and Time.
John Jay Byrne. "I'm a real skinhead of 1969, but despite his age still hang out with the young fellow and I like to be so."
Mike and Peggy Warner. London punks of the 1970s. Still happy together.
Danny Lynch named Great Stromboli Volcano. "I have for many years, but I'll still breathe fire, even when those bastards will bury me."
uaridh Clark, a member of "Freedom to be yourself." Convinced nudist, still struggling for their rights in the exposure of and willing to stand up for their beliefs and in a hundred years.
Isabel Varley. "The first tattoo done in 18 years, since they had just added. And I like piercings, I have it wherever possible, well in intimate places, of course ... "
Ray Cook and Steve Howard. Mods and rockers in the past strongly at odds, but now drink beer together.
Adrian Delgoff. "I feel fantastic next to the young, I would go back to 30 years ago, the feeling is great!"
Frankie "Knuckles" Lacey. "I trudge on in 1958 rock 'n' roll, it's in my blood, fuck age, rock-and-roll is alive!"
Paul "Elvis" Chan.
Motor Club Odd Mod Squad. "All taldychat that every year the fashion returning, but this dust for us, we are always in your stream."