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sombhatt:

Geo n°11, janvier 1980. Rajasthan, désert des Magnifiques. Photos de Raghubir Singh.

sombhatt:


Geo n°11, janvier 1980. Rajasthan, désert des Magnifiques. Photos de Raghubir Singh.

(Source: endilletante, via streetetiquette)

Mother of George (2013)

dir. Andrew Dosunmu

(Source: reversecolonialist, via streetetiquette)

jaysalbert:

Yesterday, we filmed another scene for my short film. Huge thanks to Ryan Youngblood, Catherine Wallwork, and Dan Jones for making this scene come to life.

jaysalbert:

Yesterday, we filmed another scene for my short film. Huge thanks to Ryan Youngblood, Catherine Wallwork, and Dan Jones for making this scene come to life.

jaysalbert:

And so it continues — frames from the third scene of my short film. Thanks to Randy for his good looks and Tyler for providing all the gear for this shoot. You can purchase his handmade bags and journals here: Bradley Mountain.

jaysalbert:

And so it continues — frames from the third scene of my short film. Thanks to Randy for his good looks and Tyler for providing all the gear for this shoot. You can purchase his handmade bags and journals here: Bradley Mountain.

But for some reason it was the cemetery bill that most engaged my brother’s attention. Homer, he said, can you think of anyone as depraved as these people who live on death even to the point of charging good money for snipping some leaves of grass around a headstone? After all who cares what graves look like? Certainly not their occupants. What a fraud, this is sheer irreverence, the professional care of the dead. Let the whole cemetery go back to its wild state I say. Just as it was in the days of the Manhattan Indians—let there be a necropolis of tilted stones and fallen angels lying half hidden in the North American forest. And that to me would show true respect for the dead, that would be a sacred acknowledgement, in beauty, of the awful system of life and death.

Langley rants to Homer in “Homer & Langley” by E.L. Doctorow.

Just finished this and it is a remarkable “journey” (spanning a better part of a century) story of two brothers in New York who seldom leave their estate. The depiction of the blind narrator, Homer, losing his hearing toward the end of the story and lamenting in his own self-awareness and consciousness is both thrilling and devastating.

(via moresoulthanasockwithahole)
jaysalbert:

And so it continues — frames from the third scene of my short film. Thanks to Randy for his good looks and Tyler for providing all the gear for this shoot. You can purchase his handmade bags and journals here: Bradley Mountain.

jaysalbert:

And so it continues — frames from the third scene of my short film. Thanks to Randy for his good looks and Tyler for providing all the gear for this shoot. You can purchase his handmade bags and journals here: Bradley Mountain.

libertyfairsfreedomhall:

LIBERTY FAIRS LOOK BOOK PREVIEW 2014 FT STREET ETTIQUETTE STYLED MY ART COMES FIRST SHOT BY KRISTIN-LEE MOOLMAN

libertyfairsfreedomhall:

LIBERTY FAIRS LOOK BOOK PREVIEW 2014 FT STREET ETTIQUETTE STYLED MY ART COMES FIRST SHOT BY KRISTIN-LEE MOOLMAN

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jaysalbert:

Yesterday, we filmed another scene for my short film. Huge thanks to Ryan Youngblood, Catherine Wallwork, and Dan Jones for making this scene come to life.

Things are moving right along over here in Blay Balbert’s world. More at jaysalbert.com

jaysalbert:

Yesterday, we filmed another scene for my short film. Huge thanks to Ryan Youngblood, Catherine Wallwork, and Dan Jones for making this scene come to life.

Things are moving right along over here in Blay Balbert’s world.

More at jaysalbert.com

jaysalbert:

Production is in full swing this week. Here’s a few frames from a location scout we did this past weekend.

jaysalbert.com

jaysalbert:

Production is in full swing this week. Here’s a few frames from a location scout we did this past weekend.

jaysalbert.com

cacaotree:

Tekla McInerney
Overture, monotype

cacaotree:

Tekla McInerney

Overture, monotype

(Source: teklamcinerney.com, via amiyak)

(Source: brushings, via tessamess)

sombhatt:

Geo n°11, janvier 1980. Rajasthan, désert des Magnifiques. Photos de Raghubir Singh.

sombhatt:


Geo n°11, janvier 1980. Rajasthan, désert des Magnifiques. Photos de Raghubir Singh.

(Source: endilletante, via streetetiquette)

Mother of George (2013)

dir. Andrew Dosunmu

(Source: reversecolonialist, via streetetiquette)

jaysalbert:

Yesterday, we filmed another scene for my short film. Huge thanks to Ryan Youngblood, Catherine Wallwork, and Dan Jones for making this scene come to life.

jaysalbert:

Yesterday, we filmed another scene for my short film. Huge thanks to Ryan Youngblood, Catherine Wallwork, and Dan Jones for making this scene come to life.

jaysalbert:

And so it continues — frames from the third scene of my short film. Thanks to Randy for his good looks and Tyler for providing all the gear for this shoot. You can purchase his handmade bags and journals here: Bradley Mountain.

jaysalbert:

And so it continues — frames from the third scene of my short film. Thanks to Randy for his good looks and Tyler for providing all the gear for this shoot. You can purchase his handmade bags and journals here: Bradley Mountain.

But for some reason it was the cemetery bill that most engaged my brother’s attention. Homer, he said, can you think of anyone as depraved as these people who live on death even to the point of charging good money for snipping some leaves of grass around a headstone? After all who cares what graves look like? Certainly not their occupants. What a fraud, this is sheer irreverence, the professional care of the dead. Let the whole cemetery go back to its wild state I say. Just as it was in the days of the Manhattan Indians—let there be a necropolis of tilted stones and fallen angels lying half hidden in the North American forest. And that to me would show true respect for the dead, that would be a sacred acknowledgement, in beauty, of the awful system of life and death.

Langley rants to Homer in “Homer & Langley” by E.L. Doctorow.

Just finished this and it is a remarkable “journey” (spanning a better part of a century) story of two brothers in New York who seldom leave their estate. The depiction of the blind narrator, Homer, losing his hearing toward the end of the story and lamenting in his own self-awareness and consciousness is both thrilling and devastating.

(via moresoulthanasockwithahole)
suicideblonde:

Big Dris

suicideblonde:

Big Dris

(Source: airows, via streetetiquette)

jaysalbert:

And so it continues — frames from the third scene of my short film. Thanks to Randy for his good looks and Tyler for providing all the gear for this shoot. You can purchase his handmade bags and journals here: Bradley Mountain.

jaysalbert:

And so it continues — frames from the third scene of my short film. Thanks to Randy for his good looks and Tyler for providing all the gear for this shoot. You can purchase his handmade bags and journals here: Bradley Mountain.

libertyfairsfreedomhall:

LIBERTY FAIRS LOOK BOOK PREVIEW 2014 FT STREET ETTIQUETTE STYLED MY ART COMES FIRST SHOT BY KRISTIN-LEE MOOLMAN

libertyfairsfreedomhall:

LIBERTY FAIRS LOOK BOOK PREVIEW 2014 FT STREET ETTIQUETTE STYLED MY ART COMES FIRST SHOT BY KRISTIN-LEE MOOLMAN

(via amiyak)

kristinleemoolman:

Ice-cream Plz

kristinleemoolman:

Ice-cream Plz

(via streetetiquette)

jaysalbert:

Yesterday, we filmed another scene for my short film. Huge thanks to Ryan Youngblood, Catherine Wallwork, and Dan Jones for making this scene come to life.

Things are moving right along over here in Blay Balbert’s world. More at jaysalbert.com

jaysalbert:

Yesterday, we filmed another scene for my short film. Huge thanks to Ryan Youngblood, Catherine Wallwork, and Dan Jones for making this scene come to life.

Things are moving right along over here in Blay Balbert’s world.

More at jaysalbert.com

jaysalbert:

Production is in full swing this week. Here’s a few frames from a location scout we did this past weekend.

jaysalbert.com

jaysalbert:

Production is in full swing this week. Here’s a few frames from a location scout we did this past weekend.

jaysalbert.com

cacaotree:

Tekla McInerney
Overture, monotype

cacaotree:

Tekla McInerney

Overture, monotype

(Source: teklamcinerney.com, via amiyak)

"But for some reason it was the cemetery bill that most engaged my brother’s attention. Homer, he said, can you think of anyone as depraved as these people who live on death even to the point of charging good money for snipping some leaves of grass around a headstone? After all who cares what graves look like? Certainly not their occupants. What a fraud, this is sheer irreverence, the professional care of the dead. Let the whole cemetery go back to its wild state I say. Just as it was in the days of the Manhattan Indians—let there be a necropolis of tilted stones and fallen angels lying half hidden in the North American forest. And that to me would show true respect for the dead, that would be a sacred acknowledgement, in beauty, of the awful system of life and death."

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