Night of the ghoulz

ryersonlib:

 Pengar Eller Livet, by Carl Johan De Geer.

A photobook published by Bonnier in Stockholm, 1970. More information on De Geer can be found here.

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i-love-czech-film:

From Jiří Barta´s short film Zaniklý svět rukavic aka Secret World of Gloves. IMDB summary:

Using an array of gloves in different styles and from different historical periods, the film is a short history of the cinema - from silent movies via pastiches of Buñuel and Fellini and Close Encounters of the Third Kind to a futurist junkyard where tin cans become animated police cars in a city of urban decay.

i-love-czech-film:

From Jiří Barta´s short film Zaniklý svět rukavic aka Secret World of Gloves. IMDB summary:

Using an array of gloves in different styles and from different historical periods, the film is a short history of the cinema - from silent movies via pastiches of Buñuel and Fellini and Close Encounters of the Third Kind to a futurist junkyard where tin cans become animated police cars in a city of urban decay.

(Source: thelimpingscorenzo, via decadentiacoprofaga)

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Steven Arnold, Sea of Transition.

Steven Arnold, Sea of Transition.

(Source: changdiaz)

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oursoulsaredamned:

Walters Art Museum, Ms. W.593, f.182b (‘A sea-horse with large wings’). Shams al-Dīn Muḥammad al-Ṭūsī, Wonders of Creation. Turkey, 10th cen…

oursoulsaredamned:

Walters Art Museum, Ms. W.593, f.182b (‘A sea-horse with large wings’). Shams al-Dīn Muḥammad al-Ṭūsī, Wonders of Creation. Turkey, 10th cen…

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doomandgloomfromthetomb:

Television - Piccadilly Inn, Cleveland, Ohio, July 24, 1975
Duders! Head over to Aquarium Drunkard NOW to check out a truly stellar Television bootleg (which was actually one of the first things I posted on this blog oh so many Marquee Moons ago). Cleveland, Ohio 1975! The place to be, against every odd imaginable. Verlaine and co. played two nights — the recording over on AD is the second night. As an added bonus to you Doom & Gloomsters, here’s a recording of the first night! Not quite as good a recording, but actually better than I remember. A different setlist, and even the repeats are pretty different from the next show. Totally killer stuff. Just $3 to check in to the Piccadilly Inn!

doomandgloomfromthetomb:

Television - Piccadilly Inn, Cleveland, Ohio, July 24, 1975

Duders! Head over to Aquarium Drunkard NOW to check out a truly stellar Television bootleg (which was actually one of the first things I posted on this blog oh so many Marquee Moons ago). Cleveland, Ohio 1975! The place to be, against every odd imaginable. Verlaine and co. played two nights — the recording over on AD is the second night. As an added bonus to you Doom & Gloomsters, here’s a recording of the first night! Not quite as good a recording, but actually better than I remember. A different setlist, and even the repeats are pretty different from the next show. Totally killer stuff. Just $3 to check in to the Piccadilly Inn!

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fhtagn-nagh:

Mechanique Vegetale: Ne Cherchez Plus Le…

(Some Waves compilation, Graf Haufen tapes, 1983)

(Source: poddema)

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ozu-teapot:

Missing Close-ups - Jeff Keen - 1965

ozu-teapot:

Missing Close-ups - Jeff Keen - 1965

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fernsandmoss:

Charles Zoller, Black Lily, 1924

fernsandmoss:

Charles Zoller, Black Lily, 1924

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theyvcreation:

Hans Bellmer, La Poupée, 1933–36

theyvcreation:

Hans Bellmer, La Poupée, 1933–36

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electripipedream:

The Alice B. Toklas Cook Book
Cover by Pablo Picasso (The Cock and Knife, 1947)
1960

This contains one of the first published cannabis recipes, Haschich Fudge, given to her by Brion Gysin which was popularized by the 1968 film I Love You, Alice B. Toklas starring Peter Sellers. When originally printed in 1954 the recipe was excluded from the first US edition and only appeared in the UK edition, until being included six years later in the Anchor Book edition.

Alice B. Toklas reading her recipe for Haschich Fudge recorded by Pacifica Radio in 1963:
http://youtu.be/5kVZOb5uik0

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#brion gysin  #pablo picasso