The worst thing is to get involved with people who aren’t passionate about what they’re doing.

— Willem Dafoe
Photograph by Venetia Scott for Mister Muse Magazine.
 

The worst thing is to get involved with people who aren’t passionate about what they’re doing.

— Willem Dafoe

Photograph by Venetia Scott for Mister Muse Magazine.

 


Watch the talk.

Watch the talk.


I would only marry the sea.

'Noces Blanches' editorial | Photograph by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin for Vogue Paris April 2006.

I would only marry the sea.

'Noces Blanches' editorial | Photograph by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin for Vogue Paris April 2006.

Vertigo to venture into the underworld to rescue the inner me.

Creep ft. Lou Rhodes | Video by Ellen Frances.

 Tricked, bought and sold.

Video by the Dutch ad agency Duval Guillaume Modem for Stop the Traffik.


O Minho tem o romanesco da árvore e o romance da família. (…) o seu estilo tem a macia luz do luar das noites estivais e o cadencioso murmúrio das ribeiras onde o céu estrelado se espelha. O Minho lucra muito, visto assim de passagem, na imperial de uma diligencia, lá muito no galarim do tejadilho, onde as moscas não se alem a ferretoar-nos a testa e a sevandijar-nos os beiços convulsos de lirismo. Viu a vossa Excelência perfeitamente o Minho por fora: as verduras ondulando nas pradarias, os jorros de água espumando na espalda dos outeiros, os fraguedos às cavaleiras dos milharais, a amendoeira a florejar ao lado do pinheiral bravio, as ruínas do paço senhorial com os seus tapetes de ortigas e guadalmecins de musgo ao pé da chaminé escarlate e verde do negreiro a golfar rolos turbinosos de fumo indicativo de panelas grandes e  galinhas gordas, lardeadas de chouriços. Simultaneamente, ouviu a vossa Excelência o som da buzina pastoril ressonando a sua longa toada nas gargantas da serra; viu os espantadiços rebanhos alcandorados nos espinhaços dos montes e os rafeiros à ourela das estradas com os focinhos nas patas dianteiras, orelhas fitas e olhar arrogante. Reparou decerto na pachorra estoica do boi cevado, que parece estar contemplando em si mesmo a metempsicose em futuro cidadão de Londres mediante o processo do bife. Tudo isto, que é a forma objetiva do Minho romântico, viu a vossa Excelência (…).

— Novelas do Minho, “biografias enoveladas” de Camilo Castelo Branco Publicadas em Lisboa entre os anos de 1875 e 1877.
Druids’ lagoon, Minho, Portugal | Photograph by Guglemaps.
[Check location here]
Inspirational track - Fall Apart (Death In June Cover), Nichamersly. Listen here.

O Minho tem o romanesco da árvore e o romance da família. (…) o seu estilo tem a macia luz do luar das noites estivais e o cadencioso murmúrio das ribeiras onde o céu estrelado se espelha.
O Minho lucra muito, visto assim de passagem, na imperial de uma diligencia, lá muito no galarim do tejadilho, onde as moscas não se alem a ferretoar-nos a testa e a sevandijar-nos os beiços convulsos de lirismo.
Viu a vossa Excelência perfeitamente o Minho por fora: as verduras ondulando nas pradarias, os jorros de água espumando na espalda dos outeiros, os fraguedos às cavaleiras dos milharais, a amendoeira a florejar ao lado do pinheiral bravio, as ruínas do paço senhorial com os seus tapetes de ortigas e guadalmecins de musgo ao pé da chaminé escarlate e verde do negreiro a golfar rolos turbinosos de fumo indicativo de panelas grandes e  galinhas gordas, lardeadas de chouriços. Simultaneamente, ouviu a vossa Excelência o som da buzina pastoril ressonando a sua longa toada nas gargantas da serra; viu os espantadiços rebanhos alcandorados nos espinhaços dos montes e os rafeiros à ourela das estradas com os focinhos nas patas dianteiras, orelhas fitas e olhar arrogante. Reparou decerto na pachorra estoica do boi cevado, que parece estar contemplando em si mesmo a metempsicose em futuro cidadão de Londres mediante o processo do bife. Tudo isto, que é a
forma objetiva do Minho romântico, viu a vossa Excelência (…).

— Novelas do Minho, “biografias enoveladas” de Camilo Castelo Branco Publicadas em Lisboa entre os anos de 1875 e 1877.

Druids’ lagoon, Minho, Portugal | Photograph by Guglemaps.

[Check location here]

Inspirational track - Fall Apart (Death In June Cover), Nichamersly. Listen here.


Scavenger, I curse you!

Photograph by Nick Knight for Versace.
[Inspirational track here]

Scavenger, I curse you!

Photograph by Nick Knight for Versace.

[Inspirational track here]

DraumList and Guglemaps present a new photography workshop in The Netherlands. 
The Spanish photographer Alfonso de Castro, specialized in black&white photography and who has been developing his work all over China, is coming to Amersfoort to teach techniques on black&white and analog photography. “Murders in Amersfoort” is based on Alfonso’s work “Murders in China”. 
Participants will reproduce and shoot a murder with a large format camera and a Hasselblad. More information and booking available here. 
Inquiries: info@draumlist.com / letstalk@guglemaps.com
Photography Alfonso de Castro.

DraumList and Guglemaps present a new photography workshop in The Netherlands.

The Spanish photographer Alfonso de Castro, specialized in black&white photography and who has been developing his work all over China, is coming to Amersfoort to teach techniques on black&white and analog photography. “Murders in Amersfoort” is based on Alfonso’s work “Murders in China”.

Participants will reproduce and shoot a murder with a large format camera and a Hasselblad. More information and booking available here.

Inquiries: info@draumlist.com / letstalk@guglemaps.com

Photography Alfonso de Castro.

m3zzaluna:


"people are frightened by what they don’t understand." — the elephant man (1980)

Joy Division photographed at lancaster gate tube by Anton Corbijn. In 2007, the dutch photographer directed a biopic of their lead singer, the late Ian curtis, 1979.
© anton corbijn [website], from london. portrait of a city.

m3zzaluna:

"people are frightened by what they don’t understand." — the elephant man (1980)

Joy Division photographed at lancaster gate tube by Anton Corbijn. In 2007, the dutch photographer directed a biopic of their lead singer, the late Ian curtis, 1979.

© anton corbijn [website], from london. portrait of a city.


Rainbows are na illusion. Refracted light to make us think something is there when it’s really not.

— Dexter Morgan
Rainbow Road editorial | Photograph by Serge Leblon for AnOther Man magazine.
Rainbows are na illusion. Refracted light to make us think something is there when it’s really not.

— Dexter Morgan

Rainbow Road editorial | Photograph by Serge Leblon for AnOther Man magazine.


Don’t worry about your loving, it won’t go to waste. To love is to recycle.

Herat, Afghanistan | Photograph by Jalil Rezayee/EPA.

Don’t worry about your loving, it won’t go to waste. To love is to recycle.

Herat, Afghanistan | Photograph by Jalil Rezayee/EPA.

U-Bahn

47 beautiful portraits of Modern Movement’s finest creatives - musicians and artists - captured by London’s magnificent Tom Kavanagh in Berlin. The Modern Movement book is also accompanied by an 18-track CD compilation of artists in the publication - curated and produced by Jen Ellerson and aufnahme+wiedergabe.

Listen here!

The Wall Street Bull starts to talk and tells the story.

Mark Nickolas’s short film, My Life in the Canyon of Heroes, traces the history of the Wall Street bull from the perspective of none other than the animal himself, from his birth as a defiant piece of guerrilla art, up through his murkier days as the Occupy Wall Street movement’s symbol of financial greed and excess. The short is nominated for Smithsonian magazine’s In Motion video contest.


It is always during a passing state of mind that we make lasting resolutions.

— Marcel Proust
Clint Eastwood photographed on the set of Rawhide, 1959.

It is always during a passing state of mind that we make lasting resolutions.

— Marcel Proust

Clint Eastwood photographed on the set of Rawhide, 1959.

The whole 20th century was a mistake. (…) You can’t have opinions unless you form opinions. And you need something to form opinions. Today everybody got their opinion, but it’s not. It’s just the first thing that comes in their head and it’s worthless.

— Vivienne Westwood