New Bax Luhrman via Flavorwire.
Baz Luhrmann, one of our foremost creators of pretty, empty things, has landed on his perfect gig: an extended commercial for a clothing line. “The Secret Life of Flowers” is a short film created by the Australian filmmaker for H&M’s new collaboration with London-based ready-to-wear brand Erdem. The four-minute clip echoes not only Luhrmann’s Great…
via Watch Baz Luhrmann’s New Short Film for H&M, Scored by Years & Years — Flavorwire
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via Hello welcome to my pinup retro vintage blog💋 — Site Title
There won’t be a regular update today. Instead, here are a couple of pinups I did recently. Spooky on the left and Echo on the right. Look forward to more updates soon! Support us on Patreon!
via Loki & Spooky – Art Update — Laughing Loki Entertainment
I got very excited when I saw these.
1950s Shoe Styles: Heels, Flats, Sandals, Saddles Shoes Fashion in the 1950s brought the world out of the conservative war years and into the dazzling ’50s. Dresses were bigger, accessories richer, hairstyles taller, and shoes.…well plainer. With so much new emphasis on the rest of women’s fashion, 1950s shoe styles became understated accessories. Instead of bold […]
via History Of Fashion (A6)- Roger Vivier’s contribution to the Dazzling 50’s Heels — fuchsia fille
These photos are stunning.
I learnt about Bill Washburn‘s series Taxi years ago (on a recommendation from Blake Andrews). The pictures stuck with me, especially during a recent two-year stint living in San Francisco. Now I’m back in Portland and Bill Washburn is my neighbour and I’m so happy to have been able to write about Taxi for Timeline: These vivid 1980s […]
via A Taxi Driver’s Life In San Francisco Before Uber — Prison Photography
Brain Factory To call Jon Schnitzer an expert on haunted houses would be an understatement. Born in the month of October, he spent his birthdays dragging his friends to every fright night he could find. Now, scares are his life. As a member of the Magic Castle’s Boo Crew, he helps curate 3D illusions for…
via Examining The Appeal Of Haunted Houses With The Director Of ‘Haunters: The Art Of The Scare’ — Real Stories – UPROXX
Rick Nelson, the young singing idol, and Kristin Nelson, as his new bride and his actual wife, acquit themselves with dignity, at least, amid all the hullabaloo. The picture happens to have been written, directed and produced by the hero’s real-life pop, Ozzie Nelson. Young folks often do better on their own. NY Times.
via Kristin Nelson and Ricky in ‘Love and Kisses’ 1965 — 24 Femmes Per Second
On the 1st of October 1872, James Allen St. John, often referred to as ‘the godfather of modern fantasy art’, was born in Chicago, Illinois. His work set the spirit and rhythm for the important science fiction sub-genre of heroic fantasy illustration. St. John studied in Paris, Belgium and Holland and worked for most of his career […]
via James Allen St. John: Tarzan and Pulp Fiction — A R T L▼R K