Extended international trailer for Jim Jarmusch’s upcoming vampire film The Only Lovers Left Alive.
Yes, I will always reblog this. I want the movie NOW.
(I also want the little cordial glasses they sip the blood from, because I’m ridiculous like that.)
Gareth Pugh for MAC
Isn’t it utterly fun when a company’s advertisements — DEVICES THEY USE TO SELL YOU THINGS — are beautifully crafted from the very fabric that covers your eyes and shows you nightmares?
May have to start wearing make up again.
Atticus you should youtube Gareth Pugh ans watch his fashion videos. Especially as done with Nick Knight. They are breathtaking.
Adding to my list of “to dos” this weekend, reblogging for everyone else to enjoy.
"Start wearing makeup again". AGAIN. Atticus, darling, I demand photos.
Stunning imagery in The Cell
This movie is gorgeous. There are things wrong with it, but there’s no denying it’s grotesquely beautiful.
Mr. Price at the Albright-Knox
Vincent Price’s relationship with the Albright-Knox Art Gallery dates back to the early 1960s. Many people might not know, but Vincent Price studied art history at Yale University and was an avid art lover and collector. Public access to fine art was important to Price, so it seems fitting that he helped promote the Collection and the benefits of membership at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.
In honor of the posting of this 1979 video by the Gusto Blog at the Buffalo News (originally posted this morning by Retrontario) in which Price talks about the benefits of becoming a member of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, here are photos from Mr. Price’s visit to the Albright-Knox on October 18, 1963.
Photographs by S. Greenberg. Images courtesy Albright-Knox Art Gallery Media Collection.
Auntie Jilli’s First Rule of Tumblr, peeps: always reblog Peter Murphy from the opening of The Hunger.