Japanese Movieposter for the 1964 musical ‘Les parapluies de Cherbourg” by Jacques Demy.
:::One of my favourite movies! Though the story of two lovers (Catherine Deneuve and Nino Castelnuovo) torn apart by war and economic needings is quite commonplace, the tender, romantic yet realistic development between the two enchanted me. Not to speak of the one-of-a-kind mise-en-scène: There are few movies as colorful, and beautifully photographed as this one. Also : the score by Michael Legrand (Catherine’s voice is quite pleasant!) is brilliant and really deserves it’s own entry!.
About the poster I can not say a lot . I Found it on ebay (for 700 Dollars it could be yours!), but I dig the super-kitschy Bishōjo-Manga style. :::
The Invisible- Protection (Ninja Tune, 2012)
::: :My favourite album for three weeks now, a rare feat. Please visit and fall in love/lust/delight: http://ninjatune.net/release/the-invisible/rispah:::
Movie Poster to Alain Resnais’ cult classic Last Year at Marienbad (1961)
::: For a very interesting read, Adrian Curry reviews several posters by Resnais on Mubi’s Notebook :::
( cheesecake with raspberries, first try ever. wish me luck!)
Antonio Canova, "Amore e Psiche", 1788-1793, particolare, Parigi, Louvre
Babi : Owl
::: Yes, it’s japanese Music, and quite stereotypically so: cute and weird, somewhat organic-sounding and playful. The academic background of the composer as well as her use of classical instruments on this album sets it quite apart, though- at least for me, because I know very few japanese musicians, and most of them are more rooted in electronical music.:::
Bonobo late night tales on my parents new (30 years old) record player. Sunday sounds splendid!
A carousel, approximately 110 years old. #stuttgart #killesberger_höhenpark #eliszi’s_jahrmarktstheater
I love cake 365 days a year,but especially on birthdays!
Happy first birthday to my dearest nephew!
EP of the year! Also awesome: the mp3-voucher inside completes the coverdesign.