I want this SO bad.
August 2, 1947. Simone de Beauvoir in Paris. (Details of the bag, necklace and coat tissue to be noticed). The photo, by Charles Hewitt, is in the cover of the new English translation of Le Deuxième Sexe.
photo by Ara Gallant, 1976
Berndnaut Smilde’s surreal, ephemeral indoor cloud formations are designed to be “an almost cliché and cartoon like visualisation of having bad luck.”
Created through carefully controlled climates and well timed bursts of smoke machines, each cloud only lasts for a moment before dissipating.
Find more by Smilde here.
Grey Gardens (Robert Maysles, Albert Maysles, Ellen Hovde & Muffie Meyer, 1975)
Shadow, Sussex, 1984
© Linda McCartney
March 10th, 1967.
In response to the ban on Film No. 4, commonly known as Bottoms, Yoko, puzzled by all the fuss, told a reporter: “It’s quite harmless. There’s no murder or violence in it. Why shouldn’t it be given a certificate?”
She was mistaken for being twenty-five years old at the time, when in reality, she was actually thirty-four.
Photo courtesy of Yoko Ono.
Once upon a time, John Lennon. During the film of the Magical Mystery Tour, photographed by David Redfern, in 1967…