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Original manuscript for Alice in Wonderland hand written and illustrated by Lewis Carroll, 1862

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third screen #kindlfire 7 hd (hier: Y&R Germany)

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Jan Hammer - Crockett’s Theme

You have here one of the most famous songs ever made for TV screen. Czech composer and keyboardist Jan Hammer, previously keyboard of the Mahavishnu Orchestra was asked to make the soundtrack for the 1984 NBC series Miami Vice. Crockett’s Theme is the song dedicated to the hero, James “Sonny” Crockett, played by Don Johnson. Massive 1980’s hit in Europa, its big synth soundscapes and typical sequenced bassline has inspired the development of electronic music in the 1990’s through movements like trance or progressive. A classic among the slaps.

Fuck, That’s Delicious with Action Bronson: UK food

Restaurant in an Upside-Down Fishing Boat (via Kornum)

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 I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night - Trailer

Das Tony Yeboah Haus in Frankfurt Niederrad

Das Projekt wurde im Juni 2014 von Studenten des Fachbereichs Visuelle Kommunikation, Fussballfans und dem Frankfurter Fanprojekt realisiert. Die gestaltete Hauswand ist ein sichtbares Zeichen für Toleranz und gegen Diskriminierung. Sie zeigt den ehemaligen Fussballprofi Anthony Yeboah, der als einer der ersten Afrikaner in der Bundesliga zum Opfer von Diskriminierung und Fremdenfeindlichkeit wurde. Zur Einweihung des Kunstwerks kam er nach Frankfurt um für den Film ein Interview zu geben.

Ja sam uvijek bio miran kao Buddha, jer za mene vise ne postoje cuda … 

– Plavi Orkestar

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Astrid Tirlea.

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This is great. Not all stories are worth telling the world about, that’s for sure.

One of the very smartest things I’ve heard in a very, very long time

Thank God someone has finally said this.

The Central Nervous System, containing the brain and spinal cord.

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Martyka ‘Skin Dog’ Brandt - gang member, champion racecar driver and devoted solo father.

'Skin' documents the life of Martyka Brandt, a member of New Zealand’s largest and most notorious gang, the Mighty Mongrel Mob. In a gang comprised predominantly of Maori and Pacific Islanders, Martyka was one of the few Pakeha members who joined the gang in the early ’70s.

From being admitted to a mental institution at the age of 14, escaping and living a life of Mongrelism, Martyka’s life drastically changed as he began to raise his own family, later becoming a solo father raising 10 children through welfare and foster care.

Filmed in Napier, New Zealand

A film by Tom Gould
Music composed by Fire & Ice
Special thanks to Halcyon Digital, Te Paea, Tynesha, Martika, Nikita

1week1project adds movement to buildings with architecture animee

see all of the moving buildings here.

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