I reclaimed all of my old Smiths posters from my parents' basement and had a few of my favorites framed. This one is for the single What Difference Does It Make and features Terence Stamp from the 1965 movie "The Collector" holding a pad soaked with chloroform. Because Stamp didn't approve of The Smiths using his photograph, later pressings have Morrissey recreating Stamp's pose and grin, holding a glass of milk instead. This poster hangs downstairs next to an antique television in an area that doubles as a guest room. I love that my house guests get to look at that maniacal expression on his face as they drift off to sleep.
- Interesting Rug
- This Charming Mantle
- Handsome Bevel
- Please Please Please Let Me Grout What I Want
- That Oak Isn't Shiny Anymore
- The Boy With the Thorn in His Sideboard
- Pretty Girls Make Drapes
- A Rush and a Push and the Lamp is Ours
- Stretch Out and Wait (For the Paint to Dry)
- Some Drills Are Bigger Than Others
- Paint a Vulgar Fixture
Door Sixteen Anna's blog chronicles the DIY renovation of her 1890’s Victorian rowhouse in Newburgh, NY.
Handsome Devil Press We named our greeting card company after the classic Smiths b-side. Check out some of our Moz flavored cards here.
Vulgar Picture A fantastic catalog of Smiths and Morrissey cover art.
itsmorrisseysworld.com 3 years of patience will soon be paying off as 'Years of Refusal', Morrissey's 9th complete solo studio album, finally hits the stores on Monday 16th February.