Oct 24, 2012

Sexist Print Ads from the 50s

Few years before the sexual revolution of the 60s, sexism was not only tolerated, it was expected and actively encouraged, partly through chauvinistic print ads like the ones below.

If you have been watching MadMen, then you know what we are talking about.





















Oct 14, 2012

Ride - Lana Del Rey




Once again, a stunning music video from Lana Del Rey
If you haven't watched it yet, this is the epic 10 minutes-short film, where Del Rey appears as a troubled, wandering biker girl at war with herself.
The words of the monologue are incredibly moving
If you believe in the freedom of the open road, here you are.





...Live Fast...
...Die Young...
...Be Wild...
...Have Fun...




"Ride" will appear on Lana Del Rey's upcoming Born To Die: Paradise Edition re-issue.


Oct 12, 2012

James Dean

James Dean on the set of Giant (1956)
Rebel Without A Cause, Nicholas Ray (1955)
James Dean in his aunt and uncle’s basement in Indiana, 1955, photographed by Dennis Stock.





James Dean and Marilyn 




James Dean in his East Village, 1955












Marilyn Monroe and James Dean in a candid shot off set. 
James Dean and Elizabeth Taylor


"Dream as if you'll live forever.
 Live as if you'll die today."



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