Tuesday, July 27, 2010

The Impostors

The Impostors

Not sure if there's a band with that name. If not, perhaps Jimmpan and Happy should claim it. I met the guys in Handen last week and figured them for musicians. I was half right as both guys plays instruments. Jimmpan, who is an artist (check out his deviant art site), plays the bass. His friend Happy plays the guitar, and is also in to console games and engines! Jimmpan works at a butchery in Stockholm. Happy is a computer programmer student at BTH in Blekinge. The reason for the title and the guys rock pose, is that I photographed a rock band on this exact spot earlier this year.Oh, and on a cool note, there was a rock festival in Tungelsta a few days after I met these guys, which I told them about, and I did actually meet Happy there. Photos from that event to come in the next few days.

14 comments:

Jack said...

Another terrific portrait, Steffe.

brattcat said...

I don't know, Steffe. You seem to have set that one young man's hair on end.

Olivier said...

YESSS la rock and rool attitude..;))

Bill said...

Looks like Happy got his fingers caught in a powerpoint socket.

T. Becque said...

A great portrait. They'd probably enjoy seeing it years from now!

paul said...

Two young men with attitude - and plenty of hair!

Peter said...

rock and roll! I guess half a jar of hair-gel per day.

Lisergic Synaesthesiae said...

A shot that rocks!

arabesque said...

a wonderful ensemble. they rock! ^0^

Sharon said...

You had "Beauty" yesterday and "Beastie Boys" today! Good job.

VP said...

I absolutely envy the quantity of their hair!

Gunn said...

Gosh, I guess it might be a bit difficult to sit in a car with hair like that. Well, a sun roof might help.....
Again, very good portraits!:)

Saretta said...

I have to ask what that gesture means in Sweden...in Italy it's not very friendly! ;-)

Steffe said...

Thanks Jack. It's all about the attitude Olivier and Paul.

Something like that Peter, quite expensive in the long run I guess.

I don't think it's a Swedish pose Saretta. It probably means rock-on. Or something similar.

You could always buy a wig Mr.Poet...


Good one Sharon.