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aleister crowley in 1912... Brilliant mind and living proof that if you stare too long into the abyss it also stares back at you.. and will eventually consume you completely

into the final church of the noddy apocalypse … 93 \m/ \m/ \m/ 93

‘Buster’ Keaton by Joseph Frank. ☚

♥ Joseph Frank ‘Buster’ Keaton This could be an interesting group project.

Sigourney Weaver filming Alien (1979)

Sigourney Weaver in Aliens. An amazing and intelligent space babe hottie!

David Lynch & morning coffee

On the occasion of David Lynch’s birthday (and with the anniversary of his masterpiece Blue Velvet coming up this September), Flavorpill presents 65 obscure facts about the renegade director/writer/photographer/musician/artist.

Actress, Saigon, 1900's

Vintage Photographs of Pre-Revolution China, - Cholon Actress, Cholon, Saigon, French Cochinchina Attribution Unk

Stanley Kubrick "2001 A Space Odyssey"

Interstellar: Christopher Nolan's Movie Shows Kubrick's 2001 Casts Long Shadow!

Director Stanley Kubrick films a scene with actor Keir Dullea on the set of the 1968 film A Space Odyssey”

Pink / Charlie Kaufman

Andrew Geoffrey "Andy" Kaufman (January 1949 – May was an American entertainer, actor and performance artist.

Ruth Asawa working inside on one of her crocheted wire sculptures | 1957 | Photo by Imogen Cunningham

scandinaviancollectors: “ RUTH ASAWA, Asawa working inside on one of her crocheted wire sculptures, Photography by Imogen Cunningham.

Stanley Kubrick shooting A Clockwork Orange

Stanley Kubrick shooting "A Clockwork Orange" - I always appreciated the directors who stand behind the camera and film everything by themselves, having full control on their art, no intermediates

Janis Joplin in her apartment, 1968 / Lyon Street in San Francisco, Ca.

Love and Haight: Jim Marshall's Iconic Sixties San Francisco Photos

It’s fairly certain that no one suggested to Jim Marshall to “be sure to wear some flowers in your hair.” As filmmaker Eric Christensen remembers, “Ji.


National Geographic, August 1960 Dancers during Red China’s birthday celebration.