Finally!!! Someone posted these makeovers. My friend Erin and I fucking loved this show and have been dying to watch them again… and now we can.
Thank you Louis Zeppieri for posting these. I’ve posted 10 here. There are 37 to watch @ Zeppieri’s YOU TUBE HERE!!!
This is EVERYTHING!!!
Who Are You?
vintage shots via the always AWESOME MYSELFIXION
CARIOCAS by Antonio Da Silva
This is a voyeuristic hunt during my trip to Rio de Janeiro with lots of sea, sun, sweat and sexual encounters. Brazilian men care about their physique and they freely allow admiration of their sculpted bodies. The sensuality of those men creates blurry sexual identities.
An outdoors gym in the Arpoador area unveiled to me the vibrancy of the country and the diversity of men. Just behind the gym there is a gay cruising park. The gym crowd training during the day is very different from the one training at night. The film is a portrait of this shift while adding more Brazilian testosterone to this Summer’s football excitement in the country!
WATCH THE FULL 10 min FILM HERE for only $6
A film by Antonio Da Silva
With: Arpoador Gym Goers, Zao, the Hustler, the Hustler Rodrigo, the Cruisers and Mates from encounters
Camera, Editing, Sound Design and Music: Antonio Da Silva
Assistant Editor: Miguel Pho and Rui Oliveira
Motion Graphics: Miguel Conceição and Elena Fernandez
Narration: Rodrigo Penalosa
Thanks to: MixBrasil Cultural Diversity Film Festival and Cris Reckziegel
Whatever did happen to Bobbie Gentry, that’s the question that Rosanne Cash, daughter of legendary Johnny Cash, asks?
More than 30 years ago Bobbie Gentry disappeared from the public’s gaze and despite various attempts to track her down her whereabouts remain unknown as she remains steadfastly in a state of anonymity. VIA PODOMATIC
LISTEN TO THE PODCAST AFTER THE JUMP!!!
more images HERE @ Style.com
“I’m going to a galaxy far, far away,” Lupita told me with a laugh as the announcement was made in early June. As a child watching Star Wars for the first time, Lupita was intrigued by R2-D2 and C-3PO. “They just resonated with me,” she says. “Being able to convey emotions with just a few digital sounds—it speaks of good storytelling.” That storytelling is still holding her in thrall. “It’s a wonderful opportunity to be working in these fantastical realms,” she says. “They’re worlds away from 12 Years a Slave, that’s for sure—but that kind of diversity is what dreams are made of.”
It’s really all about the mayor… & Michelle… & Waxie.
THE TENTH is a publication of art and culture based on the history, culture and research in ideas and aesthetics of the BLACK, GAY community. Loosely inspired by W.E.B. Du Bois’ influential 1903 essay, “The Talented Tenth” and playing off of Alfred Kinsey’s popular, mythical 10% estimate, THE TENTH is a product of the dialogue at the intersection of this “10th” — the vanguard minds of the BLACK, GAY community. Print Issue out this APRIL 2014. FIRST PRINTING SOLD OUT reserve a copy (coming in July) HERE.
GREAT article on the publication HERE @ T MAG (via Thomas D)
Pink Rooster Studio is a creative studio focusing on print, identity, exhibition, and interactive work with clients in fashion, film and music. The studio was founded in 2009 by 3 vanguard minds in the creative industries who’d each created unique visual identities.
DIOR.COM: “I thought that, to explain the reasoning behind it, this house should be – in a time when everything is tending to the machine – more like an artisanal laboratory than the ideal of a factory,” Christian Dior admitted in his memoirs. Even before founding his own House, the couturier recognized that the noble professions exercised by the artisans were inseparable from the haute couture. Even if they were only a third the size of the original model, each miniature dress in the Petit Théâtre Dior is also produced based on a cotton toile in the purest haute couture tradition and necessitates the same precision and rigor as its big sister. In the ateliers time seems to have stood still: the embroidery is done by hand, as in the 18th century, and the silk flowers are born between the fingers of an artisan with quasi-botanic exactitude.
On the original Miss Dior dress designed in 1949 or on its miniature version, produced specially for the exhibition, bouquets of rose, jasmine and lilac burst into bloom. In order to arrive at such a result, the petite main perpetuates a legacy that has remained intact; the fabric petals are cut out by hand with a punch tool and the embossing is done with a period tool that ensures both perfection and astonishing realism. Fixed around a brass stalk, the petals become a flower as they’re worked by expert hands with a fairy-light touch. The details might be miniature but the savoir-faire remains grandiose, as evidenced by the spectacular dress Mexique from the fall-winter 1951-1952 collection in brown tulle embroidered with gold sequins and beads highlighted by a dark brown velvet ribbon on the bust.