shihlun:

Japanese poster of Hou Hsiao-Hsien's film Daughter of the Nile (1987)

shihlun:

Japanese poster of Hou Hsiao-Hsien's film Daughter of the Nile (1987)

(Source: yiannakopoulou, via pinklazerbeam)

They Might Be Giants music video by O.O.P.S

midmarauder:

Criterion Cover for David Lynch’s “Mulholland Drive”

midmarauder:

Criterion Cover for David Lynch’s “Mulholland Drive”

kino-obscura:

TYPOGRAPHY: WONG KAR-WAI (1988-2013)

kino-obscura:

TYPOGRAPHY: WONG KAR-WAI (1988-2013)

kino-obscura:

TYPOGRAPHY: WONG KAR-WAI (1988-2013)

kino-obscura:

TYPOGRAPHY: WONG KAR-WAI (1988-2013)

kino-obscura:

TYPOGRAPHY: WONG KAR-WAI (1988-2013)

kino-obscura:

TYPOGRAPHY: WONG KAR-WAI (1988-2013)

kino-obscura:

TYPOGRAPHY: WONG KAR-WAI (1988-2013)

kino-obscura:

TYPOGRAPHY: WONG KAR-WAI (1988-2013)

kino-obscura:

TYPOGRAPHY: WONG KAR-WAI (1988-2013)

kino-obscura:

TYPOGRAPHY: WONG KAR-WAI (1988-2013)

kino-obscura:

TYPOGRAPHY: WONG KAR-WAI (1988-2013)

 

Happy birthday Wong Kar-Wai, it’s my fourth time watching Chungking Express and i still love this scene so much.

(Source: misplacedland, via gorgeousnessss)

dig-image:

Nikolas Gambaroff
http://www.contemporaryartdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/2014-04-28MeyerKainer-GAMBAROFF-4423FIN-A.jpg

dig-image:

Nikolas Gambaroff

livelymorgue:

April 7, 1983: For the 50th anniversary of the “King Kong” film, a 3,000-pound model was being hoisted onto the Empire State Building once again, but “with a blowout in an armpit” and other problems, the nylon replica ape was a laughingstock, or a disappointment, but not a terror, for millions of metropolitan area residents. Photo: Sara Krulwich/The New York Times

livelymorgue:

April 7, 1983: For the 50th anniversary of the “King Kong” film, a 3,000-pound model was being hoisted onto the Empire State Building once again, but “with a blowout in an armpit” and other problems, the nylon replica ape was a laughingstock, or a disappointment, but not a terror, for millions of metropolitan area residents. Photo: Sara Krulwich/The New York Times

livelymorgue:

April 7, 1983: For the 50th anniversary of the “King Kong” film, a 3,000-pound model was being hoisted onto the Empire State Building once again, but “with a blowout in an armpit” and other problems, the nylon replica ape was a laughingstock, or a disappointment, but not a terror, for millions of metropolitan area residents. Photo: Sara Krulwich/The New York Times

Kazumasa Nagai

Kazumasa Nagai

text-mode:

Nicely synchronized abstract ASCII-video by Institut für Musik und Medien, 2011.