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21st October, TuesdayReblog

magictransistor:

John Schoenherr. Dune. 1965.

21st October, TuesdayReblog

itsallaboutfaces:

A project to make songs, and an album only using sounds movies featuring Mihane Yuuki / ゆうき美羽. It’s an hommage to her.
So it’s from JAV (Japanese Adult Video).

Of course I had only use voices and ambiance’s sounds, not the musics that can be on those movies.

美羽ゆうきに、僕のすべての愛敬。 by da fuck

21st October, TuesdayReblog

Started watching Kaiba (2008)…
This show is really weird- but not in a bad way.

20th October, MondayReblog
westboundblues:

There is no sweeter innocence than our gentle sin

westboundblues:

There is no sweeter innocence than our gentle sin

sekai-no-moriken:

family stuff : 黄庆军

sekai-no-moriken:

family stuff : 黄庆军

burnedshoes:

© Fred Herzog, 1958, Man with bandage, Robson Street
Life may be colorful, but black-and-white photography is more realistic - or so it was said. For many years, color photography was considered an inferior and not particularly valuable medium. Classic black-and-white photography was undisputed in the art world, but artistic color photography was supposedly banal and amateurish, a commercial medium for dilettantes.
In the early 1950s, Fred Herzog began to revolutionize established viewing habits and existing orthodoxies. As a pioneer of color photography, he developed a profound visual sensibility for the ostensibly inconsequential. He explored color photography as a medium with the potential for both great objectivity and great virtuosity, and provided a critical view of the banal, the ephemeral, and the seemingly meaningless. Above all through his use of color, he infused his works with a unique and compelling atmosphere, allowing them to appear, for the first time, authentic. (read more)

burnedshoes:

© Fred Herzog, 1958, Man with bandage, Robson Street

Life may be colorful, but black-and-white photography is more realistic - or so it was said. For many years, color photography was considered an inferior and not particularly valuable medium. Classic black-and-white photography was undisputed in the art world, but artistic color photography was supposedly banal and amateurish, a commercial medium for dilettantes.

In the early 1950s, Fred Herzog began to revolutionize established viewing habits and existing orthodoxies. As a pioneer of color photography, he developed a profound visual sensibility for the ostensibly inconsequential. He explored color photography as a medium with the potential for both great objectivity and great virtuosity, and provided a critical view of the banal, the ephemeral, and the seemingly meaningless. Above all through his use of color, he infused his works with a unique and compelling atmosphere, allowing them to appear, for the first time, authentic. (read more)

kateoplis:

Fred Herzog

kateoplis:

Fred Herzog

explore-blog:

Vox digs up Carl Sagan's evisceration of the logic behind America's anti-drug policy, in which Sagan applies the tenets of his famous Baloney Detection Kit to poke holes in the government’s half-baked rationale.

Also see Aldous Huxley on drugs and democracy

20th October, MondayReblog

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bestqualitybeksinski:

Zdzisław Beksiński

bestqualitybeksinski:

Zdzisław Beksiński

1910-again:

Carl Friedrich Lessing, Rocky Landscape: Gorge with Ruins 1830

1910-again:

Carl Friedrich Lessing, Rocky Landscape: Gorge with Ruins 1830

beardofbreslau:

Probably this is the biggest private collection of the Berlin Wall. Located in the middle of nowhere. Strange hobby. [Lower Silesia/Poland].

20th October, MondayReblog

beardofbreslau:

I hope you have seen “Schindler’s List” director by Steven Spielberg. If not, you should. Those who watched this movie should recognise those part of scenography. It is situated on old quarry name Libanon. The whole area during the second war was a labor camp for Jews and for Poles name Plaszow in Cracow.

And the mansion where Amon Goeth live is still exist.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tG35CXU8PGo

20th October, MondayReblog

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