[Corgan's] latest left-field venture comes in the form of People and Their Cars, a new website filled with faded, vintage images of — you guessed it — people and their cars, along with additional pics of old bridges, ships, and bedrooms. It’s like a hipster’s Instagram account, but like, filled with the the real deal. The photography project is so near and dear to Corgan’s heart, that he’s even quit Twitter to focus on it more, per his very final tweet on Monday.I really, really wish his early music were better because he just seems so damn Advanced sometimes.
For those interested in keeping up with Corgan and his Cars (that sounds like a good idea for a weird documentary, no?), there’s a “Red Border Club” email list that folks can partake in. Club members will “not only the chance to receive additional images, but to be ‘first-in-line’ for updates on new merchandise and forthcoming People And Their Cars/Hexestential books. An it’s all for FREE: with no catch, fees, or obligation to buy.”
People and Their Cars