Amy Kellner

  • A Mexican In... New York

    Vice: Hey, you work for us. What was your first impression of New York?

  • Crazy Glu

    You know that gay people recruit, right? Yeah, well, they do, and Girls Like Us Lesbian Quarterly is the perfect brochure for luring cool young women over to the dark side.

  • Wooooo Tang

    Besides, oh, I don't know, Vice, Wooooo is the coolest magazine out now.

  • Suck on This

    The inspiration for my series of gum paintings first came to me when I was working on my papier-mâché boulders.

  • Poppy Z. Brite Is The King/queen Of New Orleans

    Poppy Z. Brite’s early novels are full of vampires, angsty teenagers, and other beautiful, tortured creatures, often sexually ambiguous and with varying shades of flaxen, crimson, or raven hair, tangled and blowing in the hot wind. Her first two novels...

  • Stuff Like That

    She Was Born to Be My UnicornVice's own Amy Kellner (aka Teenageunicorn.com) curated an amazing group show last month at Smith-Stewart Gallery in New York. She's too modest to write this intro herself, so before she goes ahead and...

  • Can You Show Me Your Favorite Item Of Clothing?

    Angela DiCarloMakeup artistI found this dress downstairs in the fat-girls department of Rainbow on Delancey Street in New York.

  • Amy Kellner's Tidbits

    HAUNTED JEAN JACKETI think this jacket is really funny, but I have it hanging near my bed and sometimes in the dark it looks like a scary old-man face and it gives me nightmares.

  • The VICE Guide To Cute

    I know that Sanrio and pacifiers are raver garbage. I know that all the twee pop and lovecore bands of the mid-90s are counting spare change for Ramen noodles now.

  • I Love Myself, I Think I'm Grand

    I am my biggest inspiration.

  • Viva La Boom!

    I was just talking to a fellow music writer named Jill Edmunds about our music-journalism pet peeves.

  • Don't Call It A Cumback

    You know what's really fun? when you think you know everything about something, say a topic like the history of women in punk rock, and you're like "Shit, now I know everything; there's no way I'm ever gonna be pleasantly surprised, let alone...