A woman arrives at an apartment, but her partner can’t get away from work. She is disappointed and settles in for a night alone, but finds a film projector with a reel of film loaded. The film is scratched and blurry, but she can make out a couple making love. When the film burns out, a door is revealed which leads to a misty town square... and a series of fantastical sexual encounters.
AtomAge magazine was the underground bible of rubber, vinyl and leather fetish wear throughout the 1970s. Founded, designed and published by John Sutcliffe as a way of showcasing his extraordinary clothing designs, it inadvertently became a focal point for followers and explorers of every kind of fledgling clothing scene. Learn More
A photographic poke in the eye as you peek under the hood of kustom kulture. Let 12 international photographers take you on a road trip through a vintage landscape, where the women wear stockings and speak in seductive whiskey-stained whispers, and the men, hard and mean, burn rubber through your imagination. Learn More