Posts Tagged ‘vintage’
Depot series from photographer Branislav Kropilak.
I’m glad I never had to endure social engineering films as a kid, although I have watched quite a few as an adult because I find them funny and often creepy. Ashleigh Nankivell takes the creepy to a whole new level revealing something more sinister in both the collective belonging as well as the individualistic identities in her remix of the short film “Helping Johnny Remember” which was originally from 1956.
So many people I know are obsessed about Bacon. It seems to have an addictive quality that makes people love it ! I recently saw a friend post to her Facebook wall ” Is a life without bacon a life worth living?”. Personally, I don’t eat it, I’m sure it’s tasty but I’m just not going down that rabbit hole.
I found this excellent vintage book cover from one of my favorite inspiration sites and it made me think about my friends ♥ for bacon . The book was designed for the Danish Bacon Factories Export Association and probably dates from the late fifties to early sixties.
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Found this shot on a list of 125 rare celebrity photos on the Crack Two blog.
via Art Fag City
Interesting vision of fashion of the year 2000 from 1930s a perspective. At about 1:02, the narrators delivery of “ooh swish” sounds remarkably like the “oh snap” of nineties, which actually dates back to the early eighties. The men’s fashion of the future got it close with the phone, radio, coins, and candy for cuties. Flash forward 2007: Cell phone, iPod, credit card, and Viagra. Flash foward 2009: iPhone, coins, Viagra. I have to say that I do like the idea of the electric belt that adapts the body to climactic changes. Then, the choice to wear flip flops with a down jacket, that’s seen so often on the streets of San Francisco, will not seem so ridiculous and just be ridiculed as a really bad fashion choice.