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Wish You Were Here album cover outtakes, 1975. Designed by Storm Thorgerson. 

"The album’s cover image was inspired by the idea that people tend to conceal their true feelings, for fear of "getting burned", and thus two businessmen were pictured shaking hands, one man on fire."
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spaceprlncess:

Wish You Were Here album cover outtakes, 1975. Designed by Storm Thorgerson. 

"The album’s cover image was inspired by the idea that people tend to conceal their true feelings, for fear of "getting burned", and thus two businessmen were pictured shaking hands, one man on fire."

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slutevrrr:

Jean-Paul Bourdier

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In Hollywood, more often than not, they’re making more kind of traditional films, stories that are understood by people. And the entire story is understood. And they become worried if even for one small moment something happens that is not understood by everyone. But what’s so fantastic is to get down into areas where things are abstract and where things are felt, or understood in an intuitive way that, you can’t, you know, put a microphone to somebody at the theatre and say ‘Did you understand that?’ but they come out with a strange, fantastic feeling and they can carry that, and it opens some little door or something that’s magical and that’s the power that film has. -David Lynch
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In Hollywood, more often than not, they’re making more kind of traditional films, stories that are understood by people. And the entire story is understood. And they become worried if even for one small moment something happens that is not understood by everyone. But what’s so fantastic is to get down into areas where things are abstract and where things are felt, or understood in an intuitive way that, you can’t, you know, put a microphone to somebody at the theatre and say ‘Did you understand that?’ but they come out with a strange, fantastic feeling and they can carry that, and it opens some little door or something that’s magical and that’s the power that film has. -David Lynch

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mrgonzalo:

Breve conjunto de datos sobre la visita de Almendra a Perú en 1969.
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mrgonzalo:

Breve conjunto de datos sobre la visita de Almendra a Perú en 1969.

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solarsisterss:

Two women on the shore (woodcut, 1898) Edvard Munch

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