Le cimetière du Sud, dit de Montparnasse, ouvrit ses portes en 1824, soit 20 ans après le Père-Lachaise. Il était destiné à remplacer les vieux cimetières aujourd’hui disparus de Vaugirard et de Sainte-Catherine. L’essentiel du terrain qu’il occupe appartenait avant la Révolution à l’Hôtel-Dieu ou aux religieux de la Charité qui y possédaient un moulin, dit moulin de la Charité, qui existe toujours au sein de la nécropole et qui est classé, et un cimetière, dans lequel ils étaient enterrés . Continue reading
Por Juan Cárdenas @desautomatas Treinta años han pasado de una tragedia en la Ciudad de México que pudo ser menor, sin embargo no tuvo el cuidado necesario de quien más debió responder: el gobierno. Septiembre: Zona de Desastre, es una novela gráfica hermosa que recuerda y narra un poco de lo …
Many were offended last weekend after the Nation Wide Insurance spot aired during Super Bowl XLIX, cause who likes to see a dead kid while enjoying one of the most entertaining and most profitable TV spectacles in the USA, right? Also of course one with the best ratings in TV… And that’s exactly why they aired that spot, cause nobody likes to see a dead kid ever, period. But in a way we all need to be conscious about risks.
I’m not saying I agree with the message on the spot, just that I do understand two things, the spot itself and why they choose the Super Bowl for it; and why so many got offended. This last thing is the real problem, think about it instead of being offended so easily.
Rhyolite was once called “The Chicago from the South”. Founded in 1904 after discovering quartz all over a hill, it come to down and was abandoned in 1916. The population shrunk to fourteen by the beginning of 1920 and by then was already considered a ghost town. The last resident died in 1924. Rhyolite is now one of the most attractive ghost towns in the state of Nevada.
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Located at 49, rue du Monparnasse in Paris, Idem studio was originally built by the printer Emile Dufrenoy in 1880, as a space to install his lithographic presses. After more than 100 years, Idem is still a fine-art printing studio where artists like Picasso, Matisse, Miró or Giacometti have done some work. Continue reading
2015 Milk Calendar – SPLASH HEROES by Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz
Originally posted on Aurum Light Blog:
We are very happy to present to you today our Limited Edition of
2015 MILK Calendar – SPLASH HEROES!
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*** IMPORTANT UPDATE:
Before we go into details I need to acknowledge that we were very moved by your reaction to last year’s calendar “MILKY PINUPS 2014”.
I would like to say thank you to everyone who purchased a copy or shared a kind word!
It means the world to us and makes our work possible!
Milky Pinups was well received and in effect became a national Ad Campaign in USA for Coca Cola’s Fairlife Milk and we couldn’t have been happier about it!
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