Michael Galinsky is an artist who credits The Sun with putting him on a good path in life. He lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and took the image on this month’s cover as his daughter stood near a window in their living room. The morning light created a ghostly reflection and made him think about how fleeting parents’ time with their children can be.— From June 2023
Nation of Ulysses at the International Pop Underground Convention in Olympia, Washington, in 1991.
While on tour, Sleepyhead spends the night in a former frat house in East Lansing, Michigan.
In the early 1990s the photographer shared a 450-square-foot New York City apartment with two friends. The bathroom had no sink, so they hung a mirror above the stove.
Chris O’Rourke of Sleepyhead warms up for a show in the mid-1990s.
Backstage at CBGB in New York City during a Dungbeetle show. Dungbeetle played with the photographer’s band, Sleepyhead, many times over the years.
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