☛ Comment on s’enrhume à Paris by Jean-Jacques Sempé, series of 12 illustrated panels (one for each month of the year), month of November, 16×23 cm, 1961. Source for the hi-res reproduction depicted above: Ma galerie à Paris, where one can browse all twelve panels produced that year. This illustration was commissioned in 1961 by […]
☛ The Criterion Collection: Blow Out by Brian De Palma, United-States, 1981. Cover design by Eric Skillman. Eric Skillman is a Brooklyn-based writer, graphic designer, and art director. He’s been designing professionally since 2002. His official website is filled with various covers he created for The Criterion Collection (for films by Fassbinder, Kurosawa, Bergman, Mann, […]
☛ Richard Serra: “Hand Catching Lead”, 1968, 16 mm black-and-white film, no sound, 3 mins (watch it on YouTube) Opening and closing, grabbing and releasing, gathering and giving: this video could be seen –among other things– as an accompanying illustration to Jacques Derrida’s essay on “Heidegger’s Hand” (“Geschlecht 2: Heidegger’s Hand”, Loyala University Conference, Chicago, […]
• By Philippe Theophanidis on January 26, 2011 ― Published in Art, Movies, Technology | Tagged: animal, cinema, Derrida, film, hand, Heidegger, human, metal, movement, movie, representation, Richard Serra, shadow, time
A post about the death of Dino De Laurentiis; excerpt from various obituaries and additional resources are listed.