Sidney Poitier is captured giving an impromptu jazz concert along side with Sonny Stitt on the street corner. Photo by Lacey Crawford, circa 1960s.
American photorealist and photographer Chuck Close was invited by by Vanity Fair to photograph 20 of Hollywood’s brightest personalities, a star-studded roster that included Julia Roberts, Robert de Niro, Brad Pitt, Scarlett Johansson and Martin Scorsese to name a few, for the magazine’s 20th Hollywood issue. For this project, Close used a Polaroid 20×24 instant camera. Believe it or not, this particular camera model, which was manufactured by Polaroid in 1970, delivers instant prints 20 × 24 inches in size.
he’s going to catch a foot to his forehead with the wrong person.
no new friends
Polka Drake is still one of my favorite things on the internet
Roberto Rampinelli (Italian, b. 1948), Verso il mare, 2011. Oil on board, 40 x 30 cm.
i just choked lol
Testing a theory that if I listen to the music I was listening to 3 years ago I’ll make music that sounds like the music I was making 3 years ago. So far I think I was right.