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It seems that Hollywood, and it’s not that I’m guilty of this I’ve just been fortunate to have made some very successful films, but it seems like everybody in studio positions with the power to say yes and the power to say no wants a home run with everybody on base. They want a grand slam during the last game of the World Series with the games tied four and four. They want, everybody wants to be a hero and they want to ride into Hollywood at the eleventh hour and pull a piece of shit out of the closet and turn it into some sort of silk purse and you have a last minute hit. Everybody wants that hit to be a $100mil hit. There seems to be an attitude among the people who run the studios - not all of them - but a lot of people who run the studios seem to have an attitude that if a film can’t at least hit third base, let alone home, then we don’t really know if we want to make this picture. And that’s the danger. The danger’s not from filmmakers, the danger’s not from the producers or the writers, it’s from the people who are in control of the money, who essentially say, “I want my money back and I want those returns multiplied by the powers of ten. So I’m not really interested in sitting here and seeing a movie about your personal life. Your grandfather. What it was like to grow up in an American school. What it was like to masturbate for the first time at thirteen or whatever. I want a picture that’s going to please everybody.” In other words, I think Hollywood wants the ideal movie with something in it for everyone. And of course that’s impossible. - Steven Spielberg

Chambre 666, 1982 (dir. Wim Wenders)

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3rd Year Degree Show. I’ve decided to put in my pigeon wing chandelier. The wings are silkscreen on paper. 

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Always in season.



stylezeitgeist _ editorial : contemplating harlem.

all clothes : 11 by boris bidjan saberi.

" Comparing yourself to others is an act of violence against your authentic self. "
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'Raise boys and girls the same way' - Jenny Holzer, Instillation, candlestick park 1987

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"The Untold Renaissance": Ikire Jones Spring/Summer 2014 Lookbook.

It’s all dapper hommes, suave strides and bold prints and patterns in Nigerian designer Wale Oyejide’s Spring/Summer 2014 lookbook for his brand Ikire Jones.

“This collection pays homage to 18th century textiles and tapestries while exploring the absence of persons of color in Medieval and Renaissance-era European art.  Borrowing from the sampling method employed in hip hop culture, each reinvented piece tells an original narrative from the perspective of Africans who have been placed in an alien context.  Through this reverse lens to the past, the present circumstances of individuals who feel displaced and alienated may also be considered.”

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The rarest of the rare: a men’s magazine advocating hairy armpits on women.

We need more of this. Personally, I shave, but that’s just cause I don’t like the feeling of deodorant on hair.

Sometimes I’ll forget to, for a day or two, and I’ll have the teensiest amount of stubble. For some reason, I’ll feel really insecure about it.

Because society teaches us that we should.

I thought I was going to rage but then it was awesome

This is wonderful. 
I personally do not shave and have seen many harsh reactions, comments and discrimination for it, even had people tell me it was unnatural ( as ironic as that is). It is rare that you see magazines really come out and say that it is alright for a woman to have body hair, we have been so conditioned to view it as this gross “un-feminine ” thing when it is simply a personal choice…. shaving or not, you can still be feminine with body hair. The fact that women feel vulnerable and insecure when they have a small bit of body hair or skip a day of shaving is ridiculous, we should be comfortable with ourselves no matter what, and our community/friends/family should support our choices.
We have been so conditioned to try and alter/shove ourselves into this small un-realistic box of “beauty” that we are loosing the true beauty of ourselves and striving for the beauty of others perceptions.
Love yourself. 
And if you want to be hairy, dammit, be hairy. 

Hells. Yes.

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