martes, 31 de julio de 2012

Lulu Gainsbourg & Scarlett Johansson - Bonnie and Clyde

Scarlett Johansson records cooing tribute to French singer Serge Gainsbourg

Rich Kids of Instagram "They have more money than you and this is what they do."

Ugh, rich kids. It isn’t enough that they get into the best Ivy League universities, fly around the world in their own helicopters, and eat black truffle chips while ironically watching Girls in an attempt to relate to the unwashed masses—in their own Bang & Olufsen-outfitted home theaters, no less. They have to ruin Instagram with their La-Mer’d up faces too!
The unabashedly braggadocio site Rich Kids of Instagram documents the everyday extravagancies of being filthy-mother-effing rich…wait—I meant, rich offa their parents. Each obnoxiously sepia-toned photograph is surrounded by a stupid gilded frame, just like the ones at the Met, except much classier (not).
These trust fund-babies are seen doing everyday things like sipping Dom Pérignon on a private jet, stomping on divots with “champers” (ie: champagne) in hand, and, of course, polluting the net with multiple photos of Bentleys, Porsches, and restored Gold Plymouth Barracudas.
Because we have nothing better to do than troll the internet, looking to see what spoiled, self-entitled 20-somethings are doing and tweeting about in their perennial spare time, right? Yeah, I thought so. 

Pippi two papers

Pipi relaxing with friends after going to the candy store.
Why do you think that I saw flying horses?

lunes, 30 de julio de 2012

Let's Have A Kiki - Instructional Video

'Let's Have A Kiki' from the new album Magic Hour

The covers of Hara-Kiri

Hara-Kiri magazine (1960-1985)

Hara Kiri is a French satire magazine. To be honest, I have never looked inside an issue. The covers are some of the best graphic art I have ever seen, sexual, violent, hateful, ironic, and hilarious. I am posting some of the covers, but in order to get the full, violent, naked bodies, scatalogical, and fun, Hara Kiri experience you should really go look at them all.

The magazine was founded in 1960 by Georges Bernier (aka Le Professeur Choron,) François Cavanna, and Fred Aristidès (aka Fred.) Hara Kiri was nicknamed "Journal Bête et Méchant" (Stupid and Vicious Magazine.) The early  covers depicted cartoon samurai.

Bodies We Want

Paralympic rower Oksana Masters photographed by Martin Schoeller for ESPN’s 2012 Body Issue’s Bodies We Want

We All Have Stories to Tell