Rose, c’est Paris (Bettina Rheims & Serge Bramly 2010)
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Rose, c’est Paris (Bettina Rheims & Serge Bramly 2010)

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cover of this week’s Economist. 

cover of this week’s Economist

 
amartoor:

Henry Clarke, French Vogue 1969 
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amartoor:

Henry Clarke, French Vogue 1969 

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Peter Turnley
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Peter Turnley

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future-drama:

Charles and Ray Eames for Polaroid, 1972

"I’ll kill your dog"

The world’s creepiest ice cream ad

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“‘Write what you know’ will always be excellent advice for those who ought not to write at all. Write what you think, what you imagine, what you suspect. That is the only way out of the dead end of the Serious Novel which so many ambitious people want to write and no one on earth wants to read.”

Gore Vidal vs. Norman Mailer, on the Dick Cavett Show

RIP.

Gore Vidal vs. William Buckley.

RIP. 

Painting with a digital paintbrush. 

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NYT corrections: Samuel L. Jackson and Tupac

"How Samuel L. Jackson Became His Own Genre" 

This article has been revised to reflect the following correction:

Correction: April 26, 2012

An earlier version of the Samuel L. Jackson Movie Generator included a photograph of a Tupac Shakur impersonator, not one of Shakur himself.

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