From the upcoming documentary Chuy, the Wolf Man

Director Eva Aridijis, in Dazed and Confused:

"Jesús ‘Chuy’ Aceves aka the Mexican ‘Wolf Man’ and a dozen members of his extended family suffer from the extremely rare condition of congenital hypertrichosis, meaning they were born with an abnormal amount of hair on their faces and bodies. Due to their appearance, they suffer from discrimination in all areas of their lives. These men and women, boys and girls all struggle with the same issues: being made fun of at school and abandoned by their ‘non-hairy’ parents as children, followed by discrimination in the workplace and abandonment by their ‘non-hairy’ partners as adults. The only consistent work they can find is in circuses and sideshows, exhibiting themselves as freaks just as Jo-Jo The Dog-Faced Boy, Lionel the Lion-Faced Man, Julia Pastrana and other individuals with the same condition did centuries before them."

Sweet Alan Parsons Project ad from a September 1977 issue of Rolling Stone

Great view of this town from the balcony on the East River Ferry.

Drew Barrymore lighting one up for Stephen King at the Firestarter premiere, 1984.

Rumble Fish

Fabien Cousteau bringing you all the underwater news, live and direct

Dressing room in Bristol, England

Metaxa ad from a late ’70s issue of Rolling Stone