Everything Under The Heavens


Horse (Uma).  Ink on Paper.  Artist Soga Shôhaku, about 1770’s, Japan

i-D July 1987 Ph. Nick Knight

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Polyptych of Death (detail) preserved at the Museo Nacional del Virreinato in Tepotzotlan, Mexico.

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no no no officer you don’t understand, this is medicinal meth

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Maurice Sapiro aka Maurice L. Sapiro (b. 1932, NJ, USA) - Moonglow, 2014    Paintings: Oil

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Documentary on Toshiro Mifune to Start Shooting

Prominent Japanese-American director Steven Okazaki is set to shoot Mifune: Last Samurai, a high-profile feature docu on Toshiro Mifune, the most prominent actor of Japan’s golden age of cinema.

I want to convey to younger audiences how extraordinary Toshiro Mifune was for his time. Before him there were no non-white movie heroes with stature and international appeal. This was before Bruce Lee or Jet Li or Shaft. In fact, Clint Eastwood’s cool, take-no-shit character came from Mifune