JDS/2
A conflict of interests or an exercise in aesthetics?


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JDS/2
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grupaok:

Constant and Jan Elburg, View of the Pigeon, published by Galerie Le Canard, Amsterdam, 1952
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specialcar:

Porsche Poster 1952
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shihlun:

傑克,《紅繡帕》(台北僑聯出版社,一九六六)
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everybodytalking:

an extraordinarily cool photo.
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natgeofound:

Irish Guards remain at attention after one guardsman faints in London, England, June 1966.Photograph by James P. Blair, National Geographic
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davidhudson:

"The idea emerged that ‘we would hole up and make fake ethnographic records, with the sleeve notes and everything,’ says Byrne. ‘We’d invent a whole culture to go with it.’"
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"Profiling Eno for Musician toward the end of 1979, Lester Bangs got advance glimpses of the work-in-progress: ‘It sounds like nothing we’ve ever heard from Brian Eno before; like nothing ever heard before, period. The influence of the move to New York is unmistakable: a polyglot freneticism, a sense of real itching rage and desperation… It gives intimations of a new kind of international multi-idiomatic music that would cross all commercial lines, uniting different cultures, the past and the future, European experimentalism and gutbucket funk.’”
From “Brian Eno: Taking Manhattan (By Strategy),” by Simon Reynolds.
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jump-suit:

bunnybundy:

Ham!

Chimp’s first, historic words in space: “SUCK IT, HATERS”
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letsdolaunch:

Spacesuit uniforms for the groundkeepers as they prepare the diamond for the first game in the Astrodome, Houston, Texas, April 12, 1965.