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Taken from the fashion film series, Editing Kate, That’s How Much I Loved Him, directed by Younji Ku, uses archive footage from Knight’s editorial for Vogue Italia’s December 2010 issue.

Via SHOWstudio and Hypebeast.

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Juan Fontanive

Artist Juan Fontanive‘s kinetic sculptures also happen to be beautifully illustrated, mechanical flip books.

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These boots are made for walkin'

Nancy Sinatra performing These Boots Are Made For Walkin’, 1966.

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“Take Five”, recorded at Sachal Studios, Lahore, Pakistan.

Via Mid-Century Modern Freak.

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Fireball XL5

Fireball XL5, Ep-01 Planet 46, 1962.

I’m a tootie – why didn’t I think of that before?

Via simple dreams.

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The twins Alice and Ellen Kessler perform a Italian version of “Natural Man” during the fifth episode of Teatro 10 in 1972.

Now THAT’s entertainment…!  ;)

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A film about a sculpture by Chris Burden. Now on view at the Los Angeles Museum of Art.

Directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman.
Edited by Max Joseph.

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Ghost

Ghost by Marco Brambilla featuring Natasha Poly.

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Walking City

Walking City

Walking City by Universal Everything.

Referencing the utopian visions of 1960’s architecture practice Archigram, Walking City is a slowly evolving video sculpture. The language of materials and patterns seen in radical architecture transform as the nomadic city walks endlessly, adapting to the environments she encounters.

Creative Director : Matt Pyke
Animation : Chris Perry
Sound : Simon Pyke

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Choir of Young Believers live performance of Hollow Talk, the beautiful theme tune to brilliant Scandanavian crime drama  The Bridge.

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