Archive for September, 2007

The Simpsons go to Paris with Linda Evangelista

Posted in Infornography on 2007.09.28 by Jacinto Quesnel

The Simpsons and Linda E. do Harper’s Bazaar
Harper’s Bazaar August 2007
“The Simpsons go to Paris with Linda Evangelista”
“Models”: The Simpsons, Linda Evangelista, and various designers
Illustrations by Julius Preite

Sigg Jones

Posted in 277 on 2007.09.28 by Jacinto Quesnel

The Sinister Six (Nerdcore Hip Hop)

Posted in Cyberculture, Hacktivism, Infornography on 2007.09.25 by Jacinto Quesnel

Four words: OMFG!

Death to the Empire

Posted in Cyberculture, Hacktivism, Infornography, Miscelanea, Momento on 2007.09.19 by Jacinto Quesnel

Erica A. Smith, On The Political Situation Experienced In Our Era:

Contrary to the honeyed words of gentlemen, this Age of Empire is a pestilence upon every continent and soul, through colonization manifest or implied.
Rich men from stone buildings wade blindly through the penniless on their way to the opera, at leisure after a day spent plotting wars across the seas; and though these gentlemen are excellent at imposing a world order, they are equally adept at colonizing the women who maintain their homes.
All the while their attention is turned outwards, and all the while we plot from within. Discontent with the complex machinations of the imperialist state, we build a system of co-operation and autonomy. Fed up with the hunger about us, we glean and tax the rich.
Tired of playing master or servant, we work only as friends and lovers.
And when approached by the newspapers, how they look at us queerly when we tell them with open hearts, “Death to the Empire! No longer will we cower; we are all nobility! Your colonization of our bodies and
hearts is an act of war!”

[“the empire never ended”]

Gloomy Bear

Posted in Infornography on 2007.09.12 by Jacinto Quesnel

Fantasía Mexicana (1930), Sergei Eisenstein

Posted in Infornography on 2007.09.11 by Jacinto Quesnel

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

Posted in Hacktivism on 2007.09.10 by Jacinto Quesnel

Official promo for Gil Scott Heron’s collected lyrics and poems, Now and Then, published by Canongate Books http://www.canongate.net/NowAndThen/P… . Produced by Peter Collingridge and directed by Julian House (Intro) in 2001. http://www.aptstudio.com/portfolio/