Urban Art Nomads - ARTS
Bleu de toi
Alexayandra, artist from Belgium
''I write scenarios and I also stage plays.
My first short film "Bleu de Toi", in which I also play, was made last summer (July 2016).
The film tells the story of Louise who suffers the psychological and physical violence of her companion.''
by Dirk Petzold
A trilogy of Alfred Hitchcock movie posters created by Polish graphic designer Michal Krasnopolski for The Birds, Psycho, and Rear Window. The Warsaw, Poland based art director and graphic designer Michal Krasnopolski is mainly working in the fields of advertising, poster design and packaging. In his spare time he loves to watch good old thrillers. As a tribute to one of the greatest directors of all time, he decided to create this Alfred Hitchcock movie poster series.
Coming 20 years after their breakout, the Irish pop-punk trio's new album is a welcome return to form
It’s been a long way back to basics for Ash. The Irish trio became stars as teenagers in the U.K. for their ebullient pop-punk jams and endearing youthful antics, cute enough to be (erroneously) marketed as a boy band in their early days but RAWK enough to cite J Mascis as a key influence.
Photo by: Heidi May
LA Weekly - Henry Rollins
BY HENRY ROLLINS, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 2016 AT 4:30 A.M.
This is about Miles Davis.
It is early evening in Zagreb, Croatia. I have been on the festival circuit since last week, living on a tour bus where every bunk is occupied. It’s crowded and we all know each other quite well now.
The festival setting is often a tragiclectic mix of ancient and new.
by Christopher Jobson on July 1, 2016
Spending an entire evening under the stars in near pitch darkness, photographer Mikko Lagerstedt (previously) captures spectacular landscapes of frozen tundra and misty mornings of Iceland and his native Finland.