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mosaic by neelzito
Mai 26, 2006, 10:03 pm
Filed under: artsy fartsy, Foto

Ihr kennt alle diese Zeitungscover, auf denen ganz viele kleine Fotos zusammengesetzt ein neues großes ergeben. So sind auch alle Bilder auf dieser Seite aufgebaut. Das interessante; Sie generieren sich immer wieder neu. Das heißt, ihr könnt solange reinzoomen wie ihr wollt. Ihr werdet immer wieder neue Bilder sehen.



BBC’s latest star by elgrande
Mai 16, 2006, 9:42 am
Filed under: hilarious, video, zeitgeist

Cab driverEin farbiger Taxifahrer steht in der Empfangshalle der BBC, wartet auf einen Experten für Online-Geschäfte mit Musik und trägt ein Schild mit dessen Namen: Guy Kewney. Er ist ein wenig überrascht, als man ihn bittet, mitzukommen, ein Mikrophon anzulegen und sich neben einer Moderatorin zu plazieren; was tatsächlich passiert, bemerkt er erst, als er live im Fernsehen vorgestellt wird: als der Experte für Online-Geschäfte mit Musik Guy Kewney. Seine überraschter Gesichtsausdruck – und die nachfolgende Improvisation eines Interviews – ist unter Mitarbeitern der BBC zum Tagesthema geworden, der echte Guy Kewney nicht amüsiert, die Identität des Minicab-Fahrers noch unbekannt.

Source: Titanic

Popolitics – Free Tibet by elgrande
Mai 15, 2006, 7:15 pm
Filed under: bitches with glitches, Foto, politics, zeitgeschichte

Until 1949, Tibet was an independent Buddhist nation in the Himalayas which had little contact with the rest of the world. It existed as a rich cultural storehouse of the Mahayana and Vajrayana teachings of Buddhism. Religion was a unifying theme among the Tibetans — as was their own language, literature, art, and world view developed by living at high altitudes, under harsh conditions, in a balance with their environment.

Free TibetThe Dalai Lama, an individual said to be an incarnation of the Buddha of Compassion, had been both the political and spiritual leader of the country. The current Dalai Lama (the 14th) was only 24 years old when this all came to an end in 1959. The Communist Chinese invasion in 1950 led to years of turmoil, that culminated in the complete overthrow of the Tibetan Government and the self-imposed exile of the Dalai Lama and 100,000 Tibetans in 1959.

Since that time over a million Tibetans have been killed. With the Chinese policy of resettlement of Chinese to Tibet, Tibetans have become a minority in their own country. Chinese is the official language. Compared to pre-1959 levels, only 1/20 monks are still allowed to practice, under the government’s watch. Up to 6,000 monasteries and shrines have been destroyed. Famines have appeared for the first time in recorded history, natural resources are devastated, and wildlife depleted to extinction. Tibetan culture comes close to being eradicated there.

Peaceful demonstrations/protests/speech/writings by nuns, monks, and Tibetan laypeople have resulted in deaths and thousands of arrests. These political prisoners are tortured and held in sub-standard conditions, with little hope of justice. Unless we can all take part and recognize Tibet’s loss as our own, the future looks grim.

Source free

Evolution of Dance by elgrande
Mai 10, 2006, 10:43 pm
Filed under: hilarious, Music, video, Weirdos

Rashaan Roland Kirk by elgrande
Mai 7, 2006, 11:09 am
Filed under: hilarious, Music, video, Weirdos

Rahsaan Roland Kirk
(August 7th, 1935 – December 5th, 1977) was a blind American jazz saxophonist, perhaps best known for his ability to play more than one saxophone at once. Kirk was born Ronald Kirk in Columbus, Ohio, but felt compelled by a dream to transpose two letters in his first name to make Roland. After another dream about 1970 he added Rahsaan to his name. Kirk played and collected a vast number of musical instruments, mainly various saxophones, clarinets and flutes. His main instruments were tenor saxophone, and two obscure saxophones: the manzello (similar to a soprano sax) and the stritch (a straight alto sax lacking the instrument’s characteristic upturned bell). Kirk modified these instruments himself to accommodate his simultaneous playing technique. He typically appeared on stage with all three horns hanging around his neck, as well as a variety of other instruments, including flutes and whistles. Kirk also played harmonica, english horn, recorders and was a competent trumpeter. He often had unique approaches, using a saxophone mouthpiece on a trumpet or playing nose flute. He additionally used many extramusical sounds in his art, such as alarm clocks, whistles, sirens, and even primitive electronic sounds (before such things became commonplace).

Source: Wikipedia

New David Lynch: Inland Empire?!? by elgrande
Mai 4, 2006, 10:16 pm
Filed under: artsy fartsy, Foto, video, Weirdos


There are rumors about David Lynchs next Film Inland Empire, he will only use DV and has abandoned 35mm.
Here is a scene that might be a part of Inland Empire, the clip is part of an promo dvd from digidesign company.

When you are a big fan of David Lynch, there is a flickr group out there that features private shots in his stile.