The documentary “Make Believe” follows six of the world’s best teenager magicians as they compete for the title Teen World Champion.
Posts Tagged: Subculture
Teddy girls were working class gals who often left school at 14 or 15, heading straight to careers in offices or factories.
Terrifying! Gangs! of England!
Hells Angels (of the British variety) are also known as ‘The Grease’.
A greasy mix of redneck and teddy boy, the Raggare are a subculture that began in Sweden and spread to other Nordic regions.
Abracadabra Dept Presents: Sharpies & Brushes
Photograph by Rennie Ellis, 1973
When there were teddy boys and girls in England, the Australian counterpart were known as Bodgies and Widgies and when English kids began switching from mod to skin, blue-collar Melbournians rose up as Sharpies.