Gonzo trip to wonderland

160 cities in 45 countries. 3 friends lost, too many added. A new house. 4 computers bought then broken. 1 boyfriend, then none, 5 kilos added, 2 lost. 1 new camera. 1 pair of braces, no more. But just 1 freaky family. only 18 years of life behind me, welcome to my gonzo diary.
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Janet Leigh
Happy Labor Day!  Skeleton In The Sky, art by Stanley Meltzoff - 1961
Model wearing an evening gown by Christian Dior, 1950. Photo by Irving Penn.
On the set of Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933). 
Marilyn Monroe - autographed photo
Woman on Bus, Detroit, 1955. Photo by Bill Rauhauser     
Elvis Presley buying a 1956 Lincoln Continental in Miami, August 4 1956.
Rudy Burckhardt’s ‘A View from Brooklyn’ 1954.
Burckhardt, originally from Switzerland, was a filmmaker and photographer who immigrated to New York from London in the 1930s. 
© 2014 Rudy Burckhardt / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Rudy Burckhardt’s ‘A View from Brooklyn’ 1954.

Burckhardt, originally from Switzerland, was a filmmaker and photographer who immigrated to New York from London in the 1930s. 

© 2014 Rudy Burckhardt / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

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Marilyn Monroe photographed by Bob Sandburg, 1952.
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Vertigo (1958) dir. by Alfred Hitchcock

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Vertigo (1958) dir. by Alfred Hitchcock

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“A series of short films developed for the ARTE creative platform” 
This is a project we have been working on since a while, series of 5 short movies how developed bribes of tematics out of our bigger prøject! please take the time to watch, and share ! 
Watch The Chaøs Chrønicles - Fragment I - Les oubliés 
Watch The Chaøs Chrønicles - Fragment II - Rituals 
Clara Bow with a little friend - c. 1920’s
"The more I see of men, the more I like dogs."

Clara Bow with a little friend - c. 1920’s

"The more I see of men, the more I like dogs."

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Vertigo (1958) dir. by Alfred Hitchcock

Vertigo (1958) dir. by Alfred Hitchcock

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This is the green Pucci dress Marilyn Monroe was buried in when she passed away in 1962. The photo was taken while she was on a trip to Mexico in February of 1962.

This is the green Pucci dress Marilyn Monroe was buried in when she passed away in 1962. The photo was taken while she was on a trip to Mexico in February of 1962.

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