the wandrlustr

Aug 01

Olympic Stadium (Estadio Olímpico Universitario), Mexico City, 1968 — Augusto Pérez Palacios, Raúl Salinas, and Jorge Bravo

Olympic Stadium (Estadio Olímpico Universitario), Mexico City, 1968 — Augusto Pérez Palacios, Raúl Salinas, and Jorge Bravo

Polish Poster for Lola (Jacques Demy, 1961)
Designed by Maciej Hibner

Polish Poster for Lola (Jacques Demy, 1961)

Designed by Maciej Hibner

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Takeshi Kitano, Violent Cop (1989)

Takeshi Kitano, Violent Cop (1989)

Jul 31

Red Fence, 1987 — Mark Cohen

Red Fence, 1987 — Mark Cohen

Robert Altman with The Steinettes

Robert Altman with The Steinettes

(Source: fuckyeahrobertaltman, via sighkingu)

Third Avenue EL, New York City, 1955 — Elliott Erwitt

Third Avenue EL, New York City, 1955 — Elliott Erwitt

German Poster for The Long Goodbye (Robert Altman, 1973)

German Poster for The Long Goodbye (Robert Altman, 1973)

“[Ethan] Hawke has described Boyhood as an example of “human time-lapse photography,” and in so doing, he identifies the film’s essential feat: it returns cinema to its original mandate, to reflect reality as it occurs in time in a sequence of images. This is an important point. The displacement of celluloid images by digital images has been a consistent source of cultural anxiety for more than a decade now, as has the concomitant loss of trust in the veracity of images. Distrust of the digital is wrapped up in our larger ambivalence about technological progress, and our conviction that the modern condition of living in a state of distraction is directly tied to the dizzying array of new devices.” — It’s About Time by Holly Willis, Film Comment

Daytona Beach, Florida, 1967 — Elliott Erwitt

Daytona Beach, Florida, 1967 — Elliott Erwitt