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The new movie poster illustrated by British artist Sam Hadley in a wonderful pastiche of '70s advertising art a seven-hour for the release of a 1972 German miniseries directed by R.W. Fassbinder that had never before been shown in the U.S.
The new movie poster illustrated by British artist Sam Hadley in a wonderful pastiche of ’70s advertising art a seven-hour for the release of a 1972 German miniseries directed by R.W. Fassbinder that had never before been shown in the U.S. (Adrian Curry)

“Everybody’s happy nowadays”. Your Sunday song.

Der erste sensible Punk. Simon Reynolds erinnert sich an Buzzcock’s Pete Shelly.

The new is but the old

The new is but the old by another name. Painting by artist Yale graduate, painter and professor Angela Fraleigh.
The new is but the old by another name. Painting by artist Yale graduate,
painter and professor Angela Fraleigh. (Source)

The best about the north

The best about the north
are our neo-nazis

This successful in-house advertising by Northern Germany’s broadcast company shows how dry humor copes with prejudice. The broadcast company asked their viewers to send in what they liked most about the north and co-produced the teasers. Viewer created content if you like. —Source

Authors: Detlev Buck, Thomas Vöcks
Production line: Carsten Schüler
Camera: Jan Kerhart
Post production: Lars Weise
Editorial staff: Matthias Fening, NDR Trailerredaktion Hamburg
Made with: HDCam —Source