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espop:

David Bowie, 1983.Visto en los archivos de Life.

espop:

David Bowie, 1983.
Visto en los archivos de Life.

nina

nina

bigblueboo:

negative space: cube matrix
inspired by Victor Vasarely’s piece via jessiethatcher

bigblueboo:

negative space: cube matrix

inspired by Victor Vasarely’s piece via jessiethatcher

mccartneymadness:

Amsterdam, 1964

mccartneymadness:

Amsterdam, 1964

16 September: On this day in 1964, The Beatles performed at City Park Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana. While in town, they also met Fats Domino.

'The Beatles were scheduled to arrive at New Orleans Lakefront Airport where they were to be flown by helicopter to the Congress Inn. However, that was not what happened. First of all the helicopter blew a tire, so limousines were ordered instead, but they went to Moisant Field, New Orleans International Airport by mistake. It turned out that this was to the good because that was where The Beatles' charter plane landed. They piled into the limousines and were off, complete with flashing blue lights and screaming sirens, at 3 am. Unfortunately The Beatles' car got separated from the rest of the motorcade and followed a different route. There were a few hundred fans near the hotel, standing along the road designated their official route, and when they saw The Beatles in an unguarded car they quickly surrounded it, screaming hysterically.

Police soon arrived and forced the fans aside, but as The Beatles’ car was backing up, it hit a Kenner police patrol car, causing slight damage. Finally The Beatles made it to the motel, ran through the lobby, the laundry room then outside and to their motel rooms: a three room suite - Room 100. […]

At the concert some 700 teenagers broke away from the stand and attempted to crash through the barriers keeping them from the stage. It took 225 New Orleans police more than 20 minutes to restore order. Mounted police patrolled the area around the stage while the fans who broke through onto the football field were roped off to one side. More than 209 fans collapsed and had to be revived with smelling salts and one girl had her arm broken but refused to go to hospital until after the show.’ - The Beatles - A Diary

Footage from New Orleans and interviews pertaining to the wild show can be seen and heard on YouTube, here.

– (via thateventuality)

iconoclassic:

unlikelywords: Brother and Sister (by Thomas Hawk)

iconoclassic:

unlikelywords: Brother and Sister (by Thomas Hawk)

aquaticwonder:

Peril, Keith Negley 

aquaticwonder:

PerilKeith Negley 

designaemporter:

s-he84

designaemporter:

s-he84

pretaportre:

Tom Ford LFW Spring 2015 

Tom Ford worked up an unapologetic homage to glam rock for spring — with the focus squarely on the glam. Models with Joan Jett-esque shags and kohl-rimmed eyes strode out on towering platform-soled sandals in a lineup of superlean, glitter-and-sequin-spangled designs.

Among the high-octane designs was a long-sleeved black minidress sewn with chainmail-like bands of silver leather and a thigh-skimming dress that shimmered with gold sequins, with cutaway tulle panels at the waist.

Even when Ford turned down the volume, the looks were still provocative, as in a black ankle-length skirt, slashed to the thigh to expose sheer black stockings. Meanwhile, a finale of evening looks had a subversively seductive feel, inspired, Ford said, by Carlo Mollino’s photographs. A transparent black chiffon top was sewn with bondagelike black sequin bands, while black tuxedo pants were paired with a sheer mesh top, embroidered at the bodice with strategically placed metallic flowers. | via WWD

smokin


London Transport poster, Victor Galbraith, 1958

London Transport poster, Victor Galbraith, 1958

oldrockstarsman:

Jefferson Airplane - White Rabbit (vocals only)

design-is-fine:

Princely chess board, first part of the 17th century. Ivory and Amber. South of Germany. Via Zeller

magictransistor:

The Lewis Chessmen, carved from walrus ivory and whales teeth (Belonging to a group of 78 pieces found at one site on the Isle of Lewis [Camas Uig] in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland, 1831); 12th century, probably made by Scandinavian craftsmen originating in Trondheim, Norway.

metrocentric:

Belgrano

dribbblepopular:

Samurai Original: http://bit.ly/17KjjUb

dribbblepopular:

Samurai Original: http://bit.ly/17KjjUb