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Holy Ship! Slideshow: Skrillex, Fatboy Slim, & Uh, These People

Sometimes we wonder how photographer Ian Witlen gets out of bed in the morning with the rough assignments we give him. This shot, and plenty of others from this past weekend's Holy Ship! cruise seem to suggest that he's constantly in the middle of a total bummer. I mean, the boat crashed into the land and angered a bunch of reef-loving divers.

Anyhow, amidst this tumultuous electronic music cruise, he managed to artfully document the madness that ensued. Here's 33 examples of his handiwork.


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