designer & motioneer.
documenting things i love.
i really enjoy spatial puzzles, linear algebra, art theory, and design.
Pop Magazine #29
This Is Pop: New Pink
Stylist: Sara Moonves
Photographer: Jeff Henrikson
San Diego Surf was the first time Warhol had made a movie in California since the early Tarzan and Jane Regained, Sort of…in 1963. The month after San Diego Surf filming was completed, Warhol was shot by Valerie Solanas, which just about ended his work behind the camera.
Warhol said about La Jolla: “It was one of the most beautiful places I’d ever seen. We rented a mansion by the sea and a couple of other houses for the people who were going to be in the movie - some of them had flown out with us and the others just met us there. Everybody was so happy being in La Jolla that the New York problems we usually made our movies about went away - the edge came right off everybody. From time to time I’d try to provoke a few fights so I could film them, but everybody was too relaxed even to fight. I guess that’s why the whole thing turned out to be more of a momento of a bunch of friends taking a vacation together than a movie.”
Model Hana Jirickova for the fall-winter 2014 campaign from Scandinavian label Hunkydory.
date 27.06.14 time 13:20
Regard the notebooks of Paul Klee
Paul Klee, Beiträge zur bildnerischen Formlehre, 1922. Bauhaus Weimar.
Filed under: Paul Klee
Louis Isodore Kahn, Kimbell Art Museum , Fort Worth, Texas, USA, 1971 and Bill Brandt, “September 1955”, Great Britain, 1955.