Sunday, 15 June 2014

CULTURE & ENTERTAINMENT


Photo via Dazed Digital.

Larry Clark is selling his snapshots at £100 a pop. According to the director, this sale is for "all the kids that come to my shows in their thousands and could never afford ten to fifteen thousand dollars for a print... This is a pay back to all the skate rats and collectors who would like a souvenir so I can die happy". Read full article in Dazed. E.T.P. 2'


Photo: The Procrastinator (some) Times.

This past week The New Yorker shared Haruki Murakami short story Yesterday. This is how it begins: "As far as I know, the only person ever to put Japanese lyrics to the Beatles song “Yesterday” (and to do so in the distinctive Kansai dialect, no less) was a guy named Kitaru. He used to belt out his own version when he was taking a bath. Yesterday Is two days before tomorrow, The day after two days ago." Read full story in The New Yorker. E.T.P. 25'

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