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Untitled by Eve Badía
#zynthastique: I have no better word to express how much I love this.
A delightful mix of experimental attitude/ambiance and dreamy vocals. Never becoming esoteric or abstract. I’d put it up there with Melody of Certain Damaged Lemons, one of the key albums that nudged me towards more open aural horizons.
2’sday: Mulholland Drive #2sday #noir #inspirations #textiledesign #fashiondesign #doppelgänger #fade #photography
Beyond thrilled to be a part of @philadesignersmkt #StylePOP2014 & @ccdparks’ Dilworth Park inaugural season events. We’ll be there IRL from Sept 25 - Oct 23 #popupshop #YAY #MadeInPhilly
Still from Lifeboat (1944)
Dir: Alfred Hitchcock
DoP: Glenn MacWilliams, Arthur C. Miller
Story concept by John Steinbeck
In Power We Entrust The Love Advocated by Dead Can Dance (1984)
Without consciously evident trigger, this song suddenly began to echo in my mind. What a wonderful surprise, indeed.
One day, I will begin reciting the lyrics of this song on a loop, ad infinitum, well my finitum I suppose. Just because.
The dimensions of your mental thought-space ought to be equivalent to the mathematical concept of infinity. Otherwise, you have let them put limits on something that once was, and always should remain, boundless.
The mind ought to be your inner universe. It can still be populated with contextual tethers to the external planes of existence, without letting them become rigid walls to constrain the potential of your imagination.
Messy Enough by The Radio Dept. (2010)
Have fun, Radio Dept.-worthy times for me tonight. I’m working through the night, pretty much every night until October. Then, I will only have to work every weekday night! It’s cool though because I get to make some pretty [and] awesome things in the process. When you have the crazy passion to create it’s the only thing that feeds that obsession, like being in love. And it also sure can get messy enough, but in the end… it’s oh-so worth it.
You Got My Soul by Domina (1985)
Linear Construction by Naum Gabo (1942-43)
Black Out by Uber and Kosher
2’sday: #Marble: Slab; Composition book. #pattern #concrete vs. #abstract #fashiondesign #inspirations
Pretty chaotic - process outtake