About the artwork
Jack and Meg White, the renowned musical duo that made up the White Stripes, gaze out at the viewer from a New York street in 2001, as sultry as can be. Jack White wears what appears to be a homemade shirt that comments on the band’s home city in a sardonic fashion: “New York confuses me.” We’re sure he’s not alone in that sentiment.
About Pieter M. van Hattem
Music and art, suddenly powered with urgency
“Capturing mood, essence, and attitude”
Seattle-born photographer Pieter Van Hattem spent his time in the aughts shooting portraits of rock bands like the White Stripes, Interpol, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and the Strokes, after getting his start documenting the hip-hop scene for the magazine The Source. You may also have...
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