convolucion:

Nema-ye Nazdik (Close-up), Abbas Kiarostami (1990)

Lewis - Romantic Times (1985)
The legend of Lewis continues…

Earlier this year, we released the mysterious, bewitching L’Amour, a 1983 private press record thought to be the only release by one of music’s true lost talents: Lewis.
So lost, in fact, was Lewis, he eluded every effort to track him down. Scant details were known: just a series of possibly apocryphal stories about a sports car-driving Canadian with a model on his arm and a habit of skipping town when there were bills to be paid.
[…]
Sourced soon after the re-release of L’Amour, Romantic Times is the 1985 follow-up to L’Amour – and it’s released as Lewis Baloue. The name may be slightly different, but this is absolutely our man: a familiar blond posing on the sleeve, a familiar, tortured voice pouring his heart out over languid synths and synthetic waltz beats.
[…]
The album further fleshes out the Lewis myth – we see him pictured in that white suit with his famous white Mercedes and a private jet too; we hear him focussing more intently on matters of the heart, and appearing to unravel in the process.

Lewis - Romantic Times (1985)

The legend of Lewis continues…

Earlier this year, we released the mysterious, bewitching L’Amour, a 1983 private press record thought to be the only release by one of music’s true lost talents: Lewis.

So lost, in fact, was Lewis, he eluded every effort to track him down. Scant details were known: just a series of possibly apocryphal stories about a sports car-driving Canadian with a model on his arm and a habit of skipping town when there were bills to be paid.

[…]

Sourced soon after the re-release of L’Amour, Romantic Times is the 1985 follow-up to L’Amour – and it’s released as Lewis Baloue. The name may be slightly different, but this is absolutely our man: a familiar blond posing on the sleeve, a familiar, tortured voice pouring his heart out over languid synths and synthetic waltz beats.

[…]

The album further fleshes out the Lewis myth – we see him pictured in that white suit with his famous white Mercedes and a private jet too; we hear him focussing more intently on matters of the heart, and appearing to unravel in the process.

MOSCOT, Orchard Street, New York, 1980

MOSCOT, Orchard Street, New York, 1980

keyframedaily:

"What would he say if someone wanted to remake, say, Eraserhead? ‘If they were near me I might shoot them. If I had a gun.’”
David Lynch.

keyframedaily:

"What would he say if someone wanted to remake, say, Eraserhead? ‘If they were near me I might shoot them. If I had a gun.’”

David Lynch.

phdonohue:

it’s… fantastik, las vegas, nevada

phdonohue:

it’s… fantastik, las vegas, nevada

phdonohue:

pinball hall of fame, las vegas, nevada

phdonohue:

pinball hall of fame, las vegas, nevada

Haydée Politoff, La collectionneuse (Éric Rohmer, 1967)

Haydée Politoff, La collectionneuse (Éric Rohmer, 1967)