Still taken from Nico: An Underground Experience.
"Killer In the Club Car" by Mac Conner, This Week magazine, 1954.
Taken from "The Real Mad Men: Mac Conner’s stunning New York illustrations - in pictures," The Guardian, September 8, 2014.

"Killer In the Club Car" by Mac Conner, This Week magazine, 1954.

Taken from "The Real Mad Men: Mac Conner’s stunning New York illustrations - in pictures," The Guardian, September 8, 2014.

The above photo is by Mark Seliger. How do I know? Because it was included in Wu-Tang’s cover story with Rage Against the Machine in Rolling Stone, September 4, 1997. 
Easy.
I really wish Tumblr folks that post flicks of their favorite stars would learn how to properly accredit images, especially when it’s as well-known as this one. 

The above photo is by Mark Seliger. How do I know? Because it was included in Wu-Tang’s cover story with Rage Against the Machine in Rolling Stone, September 4, 1997. 

Easy.

I really wish Tumblr folks that post flicks of their favorite stars would learn how to properly accredit images, especially when it’s as well-known as this one. 

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"I don’t believe that a reviewer or a critic can really criticize well unless he can praise well."

James Dickey (via theparisreview)

duralexglass:

crumblingaura:

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Stevie Wonder’s Innervisions. Gatefold artwork by Efram Wolff.

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Shabazz Palaces’ “The Palace Slide.” Artwork unknown.

i think it’s by nep sidhu

Confirmed by Sub Pop! Thanks for the clue.

Stevie Wonder’s Innervisions. Gatefold artwork by Efram Wolff.

Shabazz Palaces’ “The Palace Slide.” Artwork unknown.

Randoms - June-July 2014

  • Xmal Deutschland - Qual
  • Roses Gabor - Rush
  • Jhene Aiko - The Pressure
  • Trey Songz - All We Do
  • Sebastian Mikael - Made for Me
  • Marsha Ambrosius - Night Time
  • Mariah Carey - Daydream Interlude
  • Blaze - Lovely Reprise (rediscovery!)
  • Chvrches - Science/Visions

(Source: bigboi)

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"The idea for Limite came about by chance. I was in Paris, having come over from England where I was studying, and I was passing by a newspaper stand when I saw a magazine with a photograph of a woman on the cover, with arms wrapped round her chest, handcuffed. A man’s arms. And the magazine was called Vu [no. 74, 14 August 1929]… I carried on walking and I could not get this image out of my mind. And right after that, I saw this sea of fire and a woman clinging to the remnants of a sinking ship… At night, in a hotel, I scribbled down the opening scene of the film, without knowing what I was doing.”

Brazilian director Mário Peixoto on the origins of his experimental 1931 silent film Limite.

(Source: strangewood)