Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Sunday, December 20, 2009

X


The Xx - Crystalised

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Francesco Vezzoli part deux

Francesco you make me cry Magical Rainbow color filled tears.

Francesco Vezzoli was born in 1971, in Brescia, Italy. He studied at the Central St. Martin's School of Art in London from 1992 to 1995. He currently lives and works in Milan.




Monday, December 7, 2009

Gaspar Noé

Because Noé is a Crazy MoFo and i can't wait for ENTER THE VOID

Short film starring Eva Herzigova, directed by Gaspar Noé


Voyeurism

Kohei Yoshiyuki

During the 1970s photographer Kohei Yoshiyuki prowled the parks of Tokyo at night armed with a 35mm camera, infrared film and flash. His images reveal the hidden Tokyo, couples and groups freed from the constraints of life by the blanket cover of night. Clandestine trysts, onlookers hiding in bushes and those moved to participate are captured by his camera.

Each park, it seems, had its area of specialization. The pictures Yoshiyuki shot between 1978 and 1979, focusing on homosexual encounters, unfold amid wide-open vistas. The slim young men and the trees they lean against while cruising, groping, or otherwise enjoying the attentions of (sometimes multiple) companions form a series of coolly elegant verticals.

The Park
Gelatin Silver Print
1973

Kenneth Anger

Kustom Kar Kommandos

CANDY MAGAZINE

AN amazing editorial spared for the first issue of CANDY Magazine.

CANDY MAGAZINE ISSUE #1 / CALLUM WILSON SHOT BY KARIM SADLI / STYLED BY ROBBIE SPENCER

Candy Magazine by
LUIS VENEGAS

A Dark Night

Time for some MAGIK.

Pink Narcissus (1971)

A Forgotten artist.



Before the art duo Pierre et Gilles, before fashion photographer David LaChapelle, before the artist Jeff Koons, and before the neo-Pop movement broke, there was director James Bidgood and his film PINK NARCISSUS







Released as a work by "Anonymous", "Pink Narcissus" was the creation of a New York theatrical costume designer and physique photographer named James Bidgood, who filmed the entire production in his apartment over a period of seven years starting in 1964; finally, tiring of his relentless tinkering with the footage he had created with no finished product to show for it, his producers edited the film themselves and released it in 1971. (Bidgood demanded that his name be taken off the credits as a result, and its true authorship was not revealed until nearly thirty years after its release.)