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

via diskopino

©Silvia Matteini
Human Doll
trasformare il corpo umano come quello di una bambola.

©Dhyan Bodha D’Erasmo & G 


Magazine : IO Donna

Ph: Dhyan Bodha D’Erasmo

Zombie Survival Guide

de Bettina

This Guide is our graduation project at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts. It’s a motion graphics piece for zombies and should help them survive.
Being undead can be difficult. Your arms and legs tend to rot and fall off. So what do you do? Our film shows the beginning of the infection, the development of the zombie and how to behave as newly undead.

Thanks to George A. Romero for being such a great director of many awesome zombie movies.

Hope you guys enjoy and welcome to the army of the undead.

Concept, Design & Animation: Bettina Gericke, Chris Meyer
Sound Design: Johannes Helsberg
Sound Technician: Dirk Austen / Paul Productions
Voice: Peter Bennett

This Land is Mine - Nina Paley

"En un ejercicio de fina ironía e ilustración en dos dimensiones, Nina Paley, quien resalta el hecho de que lo que pretende es dar un acercamiento a la historia del conflicto árabe – israelí y no ser una fuente histórica crítica del hecho ha logrado resumir en menos de cuatro minutos cómo en el Medio Oriente las dinámicas bélicas trazan una línea histórica que conducen a un unico final común…”

El ¿Quien mató a Quien? aqui:

Ernst Reijseger | Crystal Palace

Suite improvisada para Cello de Ernst Reijseger, inspirandose en las pinturas del pintor germano-estadounidense Jerry Zeniuk durante la exposición que le dedico en 2013 la galeria de arte moderno Glaspalast de Augsburg.

The improvised cello suite by Ernst Reijseger. The state gallery of modern art inAugsburg’s Glaspalast (Crystal Palace), a branch gallery of the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich, hosts in 2013 a comprehensive exhibition of the works of the German-American painter Jerry Zeniuk. In this place - inspired by a world of pictures - Ernst Reijseger records his solo programme “Crystal Palace”.

The musician Ernst Reijseger and the painter Jerry Zeniuk know each other since the mid 90s. This encounter turns out to be an extraordinary constellation. Both artists deal with painting as well as music. Jerry Zeniuks connection with music is closely linked to his work as a painter. Many of his pieces are made while listening to music. Zeniuk carries the abstraction on, concentrates on the basic elements, leaves only the absolute necessary and creates new space with colours. Ernst Reijseger originally comes from the free jazz and seems to prepare in his work the return to tonality. He plays with the elements of melodies, rhythms and cadences and works with the room, concentrates on simple effects, in order to reach out to his listeners.

Reijseger lets himself be inspired by the images. His improvisations are sensitive and tender, some miniatures seem to explode and flow into new parts with catchy melodies inviting to hum along. A thrilling experiment, with Ernst Reijseger’s music not being played after a score but according to the colours of Jerry Zeniuk.

The recording is done in an outstanding way. One microphone that works like the ear, our most sensitive sensory organ, records all audible perceptions directly to an analog tape. 7 x 4 = 28 single works (miniatures) are created for the album „Crystal Palace”, sounds full of colour.

(Source: Spotify)

Encontrado en toys and techniques donde Ben Graves comenta:

"I found this record out thrifting the other day. Appears to be private press, titled simply "Folk Guitar." It was sleeveless, and I haven’t been able to find any information about Madeleine Helfer. I like this record though because her voice sounds a bit like Josephine Foster. Very quiet, melancholy trad standards and a civil war song that is really beautiful."

All The Way - a Charles Bukowski poem

Directed, filmed and edited by Willem Martinot
Based on the poem “Roll The Dice” by Charles Bukowski
Voice: Tom O’Bedlam
Music: Tony Anderson
Shot in Andalusia, Spain
Actor and assistant: Imre Tigchelaar
Inspired by Salomon Ligthelm


Roll the Dice by Charles Bukowski

if you’re going to try, go all the
otherwise, don’t even start.

if you’re going to try, go all the
way. this could mean losing girlfriends,
wives, relatives, jobs and
maybe your mind.

go all the way.
it could mean not eating for 3 or
4 days.
it could mean freezing on a
park bench.
it could mean jail,
it could mean derision,
isolation is the gift,
all the others are a test of your
endurance, of
how much you really want to
do it.
and you’ll do it
despite rejection and the
worst odds
and it will be better than
anything else
you can imagine.

if you’re going to try,
go all the way.
there is no other feeling like
you will be alone with the
and the nights will flame with

do it, do it, do it.
do it.

all the way
all the way.
you will ride life straight to
perfect laughter,
it’s the only good fight
there is.

Lanzar los dados - Charles Bukowski

“Si vas a intentarlo, ve hasta el final.
De otro modo, no empieces siquiera.
Si vas a intentarlo, ve hasta el final.
Tal vez suponga perder novias, esposas,
parientes, empleos y quizá la cabeza.
Ve hasta el final.
Tal vez suponga no comer durante 3 o
4 días.
Tal vez suponga helarte en el
banco de un parque.
Tal vez supongo la cárcel,
Tal vez suponga mofas, desdén,
El aislamiento es la ventaja,
todo lo demás es un modo de poner a prueba tu
resistencia, tus auténticas ganas de
Y lo harás a pesar del rechazo y las
ínfimas probabilidades
y será mejor que cualquier otra cosa
que puedas imaginar.
Si vas a intentarlo ve hasta el final.
No hay sensación parecida.
Estarás a solas con los
dioses y las noches arderán en
Hazlo, hazlo, hazlo.
Hasta el final.
Hasta el final.
Llevarás las riendas de la vida hasta
la risa perfecta, es la única lucha digna
que hay.”

©Leena McCall - Portrait of Ms Ruby May, Standin

Retiran un cuadro de una galería porque el ​vello púbico de su protagonista causa escándalo. PG 
Leyden Gallery is delighted to announce that the painting ‘Portrait of Ms Ruby May Standing’ by Leena McCall, which was removed from the Society of Women Artists’ 153rd annual exhibition at the Mall Galleries, is now to be shown at the Leyden Gallery, London.