Age – the fun is no obstacle.
The idea to make this photo project, visited the Moore Vidler when he saw a man at the age of 60-something years old, dressed in leather clothes, dancing in a gay club. The photographer realized that he wanted to capture people who don’t give up with age.
Moore, Vidler (Muir Vidler) was born in 1975 in Edinburgh, Scotland. He currently lives in London. Works in the genres of portraiture and reportage photography. He was shooting for GQ, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Esquire, the New York Times Magazine and Time.
Photo project “Rebels without respite” (Rebels Without A Pause), Vidler dedicated to British nonconformists of the 60-ies. These party-goers and rebels in the retirement age do not wish to change a way of life.
Isobel Varley entered the “Guinness Book of world records” as the most tattooed woman in the age. Her husband has no tattoos. “The first tattoo I’ve done in 48 years, since they just added. I also love piercings, I have pierced ears, nose, nipples, navel, Clit, everything they could. In my biography of wild things, but I have no regrets”.
Led Ellis. “In my free time I go to a club for fetishists… And I like the medieval tapestries”.
Danny Lynch named the Great Volcano of Stromboli. “I am old, but I’m still going to breathe fire, even when those bastards will bury me”.
Adrian Dalhoff. “With the young and I feel fantastic, as if returned to 30 years ago, feeling just super!”
Ray Cooke and Steve Howard. Mods and rockers in the past much at odds, and now having a beer together.
Frankie “Knuckles” Lacey. “I 1958 love rock’ n ‘ roll, it’s in my blood, fuck age, rock-n-roll is alive!”
John J. Byrne. “I’m a real skinhead since 1969, but, despite age, still hanging out with the young fellows, and I like to be like that.”
Paul “Elvis” Chan. “When I sing I feel the spirit of Elvis. What I do is very serious.”
The Motorcycle Club, Odd Mod Squad. “Keep talking that every year fashion come back, but for us it’s the dust, we are always in the stream”.
Ruaridh Clark, a member of the “Freedom to be yourself”. A convinced nudist, still fighting for their rights at the exposure and is ready to defend their beliefs in a hundred years.
Mick and Peggy Warner. The London punks of the 1970s. still happy together.
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