Museums are somewhat nostalgic, you wander (often for hours) peering at objects and reading relics from the past. Truly a magnificent feat for the modern age, where attention spans have shortened to mere seconds and the less human something is the better. Combine this old fashioned entertainment with the undeniable power of music, and you have quite the place. Upon visiting the EMP museum for the first time last week I can certainly day it caught my attention. From the whimsical, rainbow bright architecture, to the very personal handwritten letters of icons such as Kurt Cobain and Jimi Hendrix, this is a place that sparks your imagination. So lets take a trip.
|New dress from Vancouver fit in here very well.|
|You know where this is from.|
|Vibing with Jimi|
|This magazine was perfect|
|The "Sky Church"|
|You could peer into the little holes which featured an assortment of music videos, including Tyler the Creator's "Yonkers"|