John Waters and David Lynch meet outside of Bob’s Big Boy restaurant in Los Angeles, 1979.
“Lynch had been with John Waters earlier on the day of the interview and almost got him to join us. David later provided me with a copy of his short film ‘The Amputee,’ also shot by Elmes, which we screened following the interview on one TV set outside on the UCLA campus — a world premier. The interview ends on one of the great lines from David Lynch, who said he wasn’t interested in Hollywood stars at the time: ‘If you’re going into the netherworld, you don’t want to go in with Chuck Heston.’” —Tom Christie
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Byoungho Kim: The Progression of Silence
brass, piezo, signal wire, sound controller
Johnnie Walker House Seoul, Korea
The Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit looks scary as fuck even to those who are not interested in aircraft or military at all. Just look at that plane: a strange, triangle-like shape with no discernible details that is about as much detached as the traditional shape of colors of the aircraft as we know it as possible, closer to the UFO than anything made by human hands. And to make things worse, it’s a strategic bomber, capable of carrying nuclear bombs. With the B-2, they got the whole psychological aspect of terror based on the appearance down a T: it’s an airplane that makes you shit your pants with the looks alone.
by Sho Shibata