Boris Bilinsky, poster artwork for the french release of Metropolis, 1927.
1 Poster Cityscape Montage #1 – Bilinsky used images from the film for the artwork. 2 Movie poster: Kunstbibliothek, Staatliche Museen / Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin. More: mubi.com / uow.edu.au
Gorgeous minimal early 30s radio. Wells Coates, Radio Ekco AD 65, 1932/34. E. K. Cole Ltd. England. © Viktoria and Albert Museum
A. M. Cassandre, poster artwork for Pi Volo aperitif, 1924. More to see & read: Source
“A film is a petrified fountain of thought.” – Artist and filmmaker Jean Cocteau, born on this day in 1889 via @BFI
Duchamp descending a staircase.
“A love of letters is the beginning of typographical wisdom. That is, the love of letters as literature and the love of letters as physical entities, having abstract beauty of their own, apart from the ideas they may express or the emotions they may evoke.” —John R. Biggs
Herb Lubalin, type pages fom UC & lc, 1978.The complete magazine: Source
THIS. ᔥ@undercurrent @Medium
“Xiangjun Shi is a freelance animator and filmmaker in New York. She likes to draw. And, as she says here, she likes physics. Why does she like physics? Because what physics teaches her about the world literally knocks her off her cartoon chair and sends her sprawling. She is a young woman enchanted, delighted, haunted — by a logic she can barely glimpse, but that she suspects is very beautiful.”
"You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them." - Maya Angelou, RIP