Now Available! Mind Your Own F king Business!

Funny and tragic and sad … Corrupted, amoral Republican party along with #DumpTrump #FoxFakeNews and rightwing-nut cult drag the United States down to a new low…..

at least this humor allows some sort of catharsis

Mind Your Own F king Business comedian Cat Adell

Fendi Men’s Spring/Summer 2019 Collection: On the Runway


Yin and Yang, darkness and light find their balance, in FF territory for Spring/Summer 2019. Creative Director Silvia Venturini Fendi collaborate with guest artist Nico Vascellari

whose obsession with playful anagrams and a mythological view of the natural world manifests across an easy wardrobe of performing streamlined staples.

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Vintage Las Vegas




Las Vegas Strip, August 1970

Silent 8mm home movie by Matarazzo, driving south on the strip from Sahara to Caesars Palace. (Circa 8/19/70.)

CANTABRICO. TIMELAPSE 4K. PARTE 1 from Juan Carlos Cortina on Vimeo.

This is the first chapter of a trip along the northern coast of the Iberian Peninsula that I started in Galicia, going through the western half of Asturias, and that I intend to finish in Hendaye, the eastern end of the Cantabrian Sea.


CANTABRICO. TIMELAPSE 4K. PARTE 1 from Juan Carlos Cortina on Vimeo.

Filmed for 11 days in September 2017, it responds to the dream of starting the filming of a film that shows the incredible beauty of these sites. An idea that haunted me long ago by the head. Here is the beginning …  – Juan Carlos Cortina

Kraftwerk – Trans-Europe Express

Full album + bonus tracks – 1977 Kraftwerk Made in Germany

More than 40 years since Kraftwerk recorded this studio album in 1976.  Futuristic and techno at the time and critically acclaimed to this day. 

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Trans-Europe Express has also appeared on top album lists from a variety of sources. In 2001, TV network VH1 placed Trans-Europe Express at number 56 on their list of “100 Greatest Albums (of Rock & Roll) of All Time”.[45] In 2002, Slant Magazine placed the album at number one on their list of the greatest electronic albums of the 20th century.[46]Kraftwerk Trans-Europe Express In 2003, Rolling Stone placed the album at number 253 on their list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.[47] Channel 4 placed the album at number 71 on their list of top 100 Greatest albums.[48] In 2004, the online music website Pitchfork Media listed Trans-Europe Express as 6th best album of the 1970s, stating that “the day will soon come, if it hasn’t already, that Trans-Europe Express joins the ranks of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and Exile on Main Street as a record that simply cannot be written about”.[49] —

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The Performers: Act VI – Michael Clark

GUCCI and British GQ

However anyone wants to label it, initially I expected an avant-garde GUCCI-driven fantasy. For me it is that, however, I also get a sense of realism and honesty in the way Michael Clark looks and moves in the images.

Published on Mar 19, 2018

In British GQ and Gucci’s original video series ‘The Performers’ Act VI, post punk dancer Michael Clark performs in Tokyo’s love hotels and in a bath house.

Director: Johnny Hardstaff
Music: Chloé ft. Ben Shemie ‘Recall’

This Video is a Beautiful Reminder to Look Up at the Moon | The Verge

A new video titled “A New View of the Moon” captures the awed reactions of passersby looking at the Moon and its craters. For some, it’s the first time — and they can’t believe their eyes.

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Grace Jones – Slave to the Rhythm

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First single from Grace Jones’ 1985 album of the same name

The music video for “Slave to the Rhythm” features the hit single version of the song, billed as “Ladies and Gentlemen: Miss Grace Jones” in the album track listing. It largely consists of previously seen footage, using excerpts from Jones’ previously released music videos, “My Jamaican Guy” and “Living My Life”, as well as the A One Man Show documentary. Included are also still pictures of some of the singer’s most iconic looks and the Citroën CX TV advertisement.[6] No new footage of Jones herself was filmed for the video, which features a spoken voice-overs from actor Ian McShane, extracted from tracks “Jones the Rhythm” and “Operattack”. The video, of which there are several versions, was directed by Jean-Paul Goude, Jones’ boyfriend at the time.[7]Grace Jones

The video was nominated for the Best Female Video at 1986 MTV Video Music Awards, eventually losing to Whitney Houston’s “How Will I Know”.[8] It was included as a bonus on the re-release of the A One Man Show video.[9]