Friday, July 26, 2013

Shanay Hall

Window faces

Regensburg, July 2013

Anna Karina

A day in the life, Jul 24

A day in the life, Jul 24, Moon over Regensburg

Natalia Vodianova

From my vaults: Christy Chung


Nancy Williams

New York

Aerial view of Manhattan Island looking north. December 1924

Sasha Grey

ph: Sean & Seng

First Lines: James Kelman - How Late It Was How Late

Unless they thought he was dead; fair enough, ye could see that, some poor cunt scratching himself and thinking, Naybody's there, naybody's there; so why no just take them, the guy's dead, take them, better that than them just sitting there going to waste, disintegrating christ sake why no just take them.

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Claire De Jong

ph: Dafne Ederveen

In the Dark

Regensburg, July 2013

Emma Pei

ph: Ronald James

A day in the life, Jul 23

A day in the life, Jul 23, window display

Tereza Janakova

Just so thoughts (habits)

It is sometimes amazing to learn that you have adopted certain habits you're not even aware of. Recently a good friend of mine pointed out how fascinated she is to watch me eating a meal.
The German way of eating is to have the fork in your left hand, the knife in your right. Whatever it is you're having, you cut off a singular piece, then bring it to your mouth with the fork from the left, then go on to cut the next. The American way is different: you cut off several pieces, then lay down the knife, switch the fork to your right hand and then proceed to eat the cut pieces.
I'm an American who emigrated as a child to Germany in 1971 and have been living here ever since. I was certain that I had fully adopted the German habit of eating. However, my friend pointed out to me that I actually cut a singular piece, switch American-style to the fork to eat it, then switch  back again to cut the next piece. It's basically the American way, but with me it's one piece at a time. I had never noticed this, but checked on myself and it's actually true...

Who's That Girl?

Art: Günter Brus


Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Coco Rocha

ph: Kenji Leung

In the Dark

Regensburg, July 2013

Cassi Lee

A day in the life, Jul 22

A day in the life, Jul 22, window display

Kate Moss irrégulière

ph: Terry Richardson

From my vaults: Julie Christie


Hana Soukupova

ph: Branislav Simoncik

New York

Ana Beatriz Barros

ph: Fabio Bartelt

First Lines: Roddy Doyle - Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha

We were coming down our road.

Tanya Dziahileva

ph: Hans Feurer

In the Dark

Regensburg, July 2013

Iza Olak

ph: Asa Tallgard

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

A day in the life, Jul 21

A day in the life, Jul 21, sign

Frida Gustavsson

ph: Hasse Nielsen

New Stuff: King Crimson

Catching up with my King Crimson collection.

Lisa Bommerson

New Stuff: Aphex Twin

A gift from my pal Ralf.

Pier Angeli

Swordfish (2001)

A secretive renegade counter-terrorist co-opts the world's greatest hacker (who is trying to stay clean) to steal billions in US Government dirty money.
Slick cyber spy thriller with a ridiculously outlandish plot and in the end no better or different than most action thrillers.
Halliwell (no star): "Loud and overwrought action thriller that dispenses with logic and characterisation."
Maltin ** 1/2: "Some terrific post-MATRIX action moments and stunt set pieces are the only saving grace, as it becomes silly and unreasonably far-fetched. Derivation of the title is never fully explained, we'd like to think it's from the Marx Brothers' HORSE FEATHERS."

Who's That Girl?

Art: Frank Brunner

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