Archivo de la categoría: Art & Visual Culture

Why Bomb? or The Great Bussines of War

Why Bomb? or The Great Bussines of War – This work remember us a parallel history to World War II, the Atomic Race, the birth of American Military-Industrial Complex, all this finally registered as the triumph of the allies against … Sigue leyendo






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Danny Boy – de Se-Ma-For Studio

Danny Boy from Se-Ma-For Studio on Vimeo.






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Dan Mountford – Aesthetic Studies

Amazing images from a series of aesthetic studies by Dan Mountford. “Dan Mountford” is not an unknown name for people who often browse the internet for experimental graphics and mixed media artworks. You can can read more about the talented … Sigue leyendo






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Giampaolo Sgura Photography

Fashion photography by Giampaolo Sgura. In nearly two decades, Giampaolo Sgura has produced a great mix of highly aesthetic imagery for leading brands from the fashion and publishing industry. Today he is considered as one of the most sought-after portrait … Sigue leyendo






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Stephan Glathe Photography

Editorial and fashion photography by Stephan Glathe. Stephan Glathe is a Stuttgart, Germany based photographer who works internationally in the fields of advertising, editorial, and fashion photography. For clients such as HUGO BOSS, Intersport, Etirel, Medima, Kinga Mathe, and many others, … Sigue leyendo






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Skydiver Luke Aikins Becomes First Person to Jump 25,000 Feet From a Plane Without Using a Parachute

On July 30th skydiver Luke Aikins successfully jumped out of plane at 25,000 feet without using a parachute. He landed on a special 10,000 square foot net in the California desert that captured him falling without injury. The stunt, called … Sigue leyendo






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Moka Pots – Stylish & Affordable Espresso Makers

This post was sponsored by Moka Pot via Syndicate Ads. Not only is a Moka Pot a stylish addition to any kitchen or break room, it’s a convenient way to make authentic Italian coffee on any stovetop including induction hobs. … Sigue leyendo






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Terry Jones Talks About Playing the Enormous Mr. Creosote in Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life

The online film series “Eyes on Cinema” posted a really wonderful 1983 interview in which Terry Jones spoke in detail about the manner in which make-up artist Chris Tucker turned him into morbidly obese Mr. Creosote in the rather hilariously … Sigue leyendo






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Terry Jones Talks About Playing the Enormous Mr. Creosote in Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life

The online film series “Eyes on Cinema” posted a really wonderful 1983 interview in which Terry Jones spoke in detail about the manner in which make-up artist Chris Tucker turned him into morbidly obese Mr. Creosote in the rather hilariously … Sigue leyendo






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A Quietly Dramatic Orchestral Cover of the Classic Eurythmics Song ‘Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)’

In 2012, vocalist Hilde Marie Kjersem also known as Marie Munroe and performed a quietly dramatic version of the classic Eurythmics Song “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” accompanied by the incredible Norwegian Radio Orchestra. The song was recorded for … Sigue leyendo






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