Diary Films - Jeff Keen - 1972-1976
Stolen Moments 1971-1972 (top left) / Lone Star 1974-1975 (top right) / Godzilla - Last of the Creatures 1975-1976 (bottom left) / Rosa Canina 1970s (bottom right)
Projected in various combinations, though usually as four screens with Rosa Canina always bottom right.
『TOMOTOMO』 OCTOBER ISSUE 2013
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Tomorrowland, Disneyland, 1969. via
I don’t know how many times I’ve watched this, but the song and the video will never get old for me.
Here’s to a glorious summer full of gorgeous parties like this one.
ETA: From puzzled-panther, 10 great reasons to love this vid (I agree with all of these - great list!):
- song is phenomenal
- cinematography is sweets
- women touching each other in a way that is both caring and platonic and romantic and appreciative and sexy all at once.
- BLACK WOMEN portrayed in a way that is affirming and celebratory but in no way confines them to either blackness or femaleness
- Black people depicted dancing in a way that is not hypersexualized, sexist, or a way to ridicule Blackness
- Black women portrayed in a way that doesn’t pit them against each other.
- “Leave your face at the door. Turn off your swag.”
- Black hair being depicted as beautiful, interesting, and a way of bonding rather than as something that is weird and should not be touched.
- so much great FAAAASSSSHHHHH
- it makes me feel good about me.
THIS IS BEAUTIFUL AND AWESOME
Love this dress
yeah holy shit this is all kinds of amazing. the colours in this are just so perfect.
Ayesha @ Select photos by Rachel Hardwick
André Courrèges 1968 Collection - Vogue Paris
AA Bronson, artist
Mark Jan Krayenhoff van de Leur, architect
Together for 13 years.
Despite it being unlikely, this is how I imagine B. and I looking when we are old.
UUUUUGH i hate that the source on this is vice (in case i hadn’t complained about it enough on tumblr, i hate vice almost as much as i hate terry richardson) but it’s too beautiful a photograph not to share.