Chorus - ©Dvein -
"Chorus" is a contribution to This is NOW, an exhibition that took place in Oslo, showcasing international talents in poster art and motion graphics.
This project started as a poster but quickly evolved into a disturbing video with this mouthlike-character producing weird noises and fusing with the buzz of the exhibition visitors.
We know there’s quite a big DC Comics fandom here on Tumblr, so we are hoping you’ll do us a favor and vote for the Smithsonian Libraries’ copy of Wonder Woman #1 as the most iconic image in the Smithsonian! The comic was created in 1941 by William Moulton Marston (who incidentally also helped invent the polygraph) as a way to bolster a more powerful feminine archetype. Not only does our branch, the Dibner Library of History and Technology, hold many Wonder Woman comics, it is also the home to Marston’s papers.
Wonder Woman #1 broke new ground with its hero’s winning combination of strength, smarts, and style. Her backstory has closely followed many of the major shifts in American history, merging fiction, modern technology, and early feminist morality. Today she continues to wield her signature Lasso of Truth, empowering her loyal fans both women and men alike.
©Eileen Tjan - Self Portraits
Cleon Peterson - The Practice of Masters
Editorial Vogue Bride Tribute to Buster Keaton
Photo : Eugenio Recuenco
Set Design : Eric Dover
Art Production : Marie Gilot
DER PHANTASTISCHE FILM ( the fantastic film ) was a series of science fiction-fantasy- and horror-films on the air monthly from 1970 on in the 2.german tv-program ZDF. some of the shown treasures were THE TIME MACHINE, JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH, THE INNOCENTS, VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED and KING KONG.
The title of the series was designed by HEINZ EDELMANN
trasformare il corpo umano come quello di una bambola.
©Jan-Pieter ‘t Hart
©Dhyan Bodha D’Erasmo & G
Magazine : IO Donna
Ph: Dhyan Bodha D’Erasmo