So happy I found this groovy little film on 1960s fashion and culture!!!
I’m feeling pretty inspired thanks to it…
I wish I was on this ride right now!!
That”s right…my brother is a Puppet DJ!!! He will be playing a set in San Francisco on April Fifth at Broadway Studios starting at 9:30 or ten ish…. Check out this sweet video teas and maybe I’ll see you at the show!
P.S. Shelter will be posting an interview with Paragon in the next few weeks!!
Turkish Delight or Turks Fruit is a artfully raw and some what brutish Dutch film from 1973. Directed by Paul Verhovens and shot by Jan De Bont . This film is based on one of the best-selling Dutch books Turks Fruit a twisted romantic tale of bohemian love. Rutger Hauer plays Eric Vonk a poor and strong-willed artist who falls in love with the young and free-spirited Olga Stapels played by Monique Van De Ven. The cinematography is unique and inspiring and the colors are incredibly vivid!! I am always mesmerized by the starring actors and how perfectly they fit their roles. If you like romance, sex, violence, art, fashion and the 1970s you have to see this film!!! But just a warning it really isn’t your typical chick flick….
P.S. Thanks Brian O’Keeffe for taking the photos while we watched the movie!!!
That’s right Bowiemas will be held in S.F. for the very first time this Saturday!!!! We are looking forward to celebrating our ninth year of Bowiemas in a brand new city. If you happen to be in the bay area and like David Bowie you must come to and celebrate his sixty sixth birthday with us. It’s an all night dance party with nothing but Bowie played and a few tracks by artist he has worked with or been inspired by. Everyone dresses up as their favorite Bowie incarnation and at midnight we do a mass in his honor. It’s a fun and wild time with so much glitter and so many smiles!!!
P.S. How fucking cool is this poster!!!!!?????? When James Nielsen sent it to me I almost fainted.
Pretty sick 90+ minute collection of animated shorts from 1978. Flip through and enjoy these strange little moving picture gems! The quality of the VHS rip is a let down, but regardless is filled with spectacles.
Mountain Music around the 58 minute mark is a magical thing with baby animals and weird hippie puppets strumming in the woods and then WHOA amplifers grow out of the soil and nature starts to jam hard! I think it bummed out the animals, though. I think the moral of the story is that rock and roll makes volcancos erupt? Alright!