[nonostantement #144] - saul leiter / shared values / chinese influence & twitter

Now with MORE Japanese monsters!

Welcome to nonostantement: a weekly newsletter with gentlemanly, inflammatory and aberrant stuff found all over the Internet.

Buongiorno, my name is  Joele, I live in Barcelona (well, mostly I live online) and this is my weekly newsletter about interesting stuff I found all over the Internet while working there (or here).

Soundtrack of this email, two tracks from the same artist, Steph Richards: "Underbelly" and "GONG" - I suggest you watch both videos because they are amazing.

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  • Saul Leiter is one of my favorite photographers. I have been randomly collecting his photographs for a long time, without knowing they all were of the same person. In this documentary he “deals with the triple burden of cleaning an apartment full of memories, becoming world famous in his 80′s and fending off a pesky film maker”. If you would like to know more about him (but with free content): Saul Leiter in Conversation with Vince Aletti

  • The Bakemono zukushi, an antique painted scroll collecting “monsters” from the Japanese folklore.


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