This is the new project (tumblr blog) by Rudolph J Razo
Eduard “Ed” van der Elsken (10 March 1925 – 28 December 1990) was a Dutch photographer and filmmaker.
His imagery provides quotidian, intimate and autobiographic perspectives on the European zeitgeist spanning the period of the Second World War into the nineteen-seventies in the realms of love, sex, art, music (particularly jazz), and alternative culture.
forgive my fucking English, I study this language.
It’s hard to keep a blog to stardom. And even more when you do not remember that you have a blog (tumblr).
Shortly af ter my abandonment because of drugs, try to be moreresponsible with the blog … In fact … not succeed. Still, my very poor taste for the “good" art, I got something like 2 followers.Sorry for not posting more photos. I promise nothing.
I changed the theme (again) because I think the theme reflectswhat will the “magazine”. Today art is shit, "artists" who are trash in the street (flags, tires, tables etc) and the next day to schedule a show in Ney York. Same goes with photography and music.This is not relevant, but it is my opinion and I wanted to express it.
Now … The theme goes something like “artr glitch”, a mixture of good art (photos, videos, blog, etc) all over place, trying to findthis style …. "glitch art”.
Now, remember, you can submit your work to be published on the blog, and hopefully someday I will not spend the money on drugsand publish a magazine …. I doubt it, but you know, Jesus is powerful.
The next issue of romka magazine is almost here. It features 68 photographers from 31 countries, their favorite photographs and the stories behind them. We also put together strictly limited poster editions of four of the most beautiful pictures from this issue.
You can preorder both the magazine and the posters on the website. They will be produced two weeks from now and shipped in time for christmas.
Sorry to be absent more than 7 months, I hope to understand the life of an LSD addict is hard, one day you can be in NY in less than 2 minutes you are in Guatemala, without clothes, withoutmoney, no food, only with eight sheets of LSD.
Just as these and the pope’s last kiss, take another sheet and appear in Brazil, together with all the whores, criminals and children.
So thanks for the continued activity, please go on andPINEALROSETTA
Fantastic work| Clara | Argentina
Keep sending us your work firstname.lastname@example.org we continue spreading their work to the world
Friday, March 11 at 10:00pm Gam Gallery, 110 E.Hastings - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Noise/doom/drone/punk! with: ŻAL NUN UN SCREAMING QUEENS SLAYLOR MOON - - - - - - - - - - - -
Members of Shearing Pinx/Mass Marriage
Members of Pompoir
Members of Velvet Fist
Friday, March 11 at 10:00pm
Gam Gallery, 110 E.Hastings
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Thanks to the 101 followers of the magazine will continue to work for you. Respect for the art!
Nosferatu the Vampyre is a 1979 West German vampire horror film written and directed by Werner Herzog. Its original German title is Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht (“Nosferatu: Phantom of the Night”). The film is set primarily in 19th century Wismar, Germany and Transylvania, Romania, and was conceived as a stylistic remake of the 1922 German Dracula adaptation, Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens. It stars Klaus Kinski as Count Dracula, Isabelle Adjani as Lucy Harker, Bruno Ganz as Jonathan Harker and French artist-writer Roland Topor as Renfield. Herzog’s production of Nosferatu the Vampyre was very well-received by critics and enjoyed a comfortable degree of commercial success, taking in 1,000,000 admissions in Germany.
The film also marks the second of five collaborations between director Werner Herzog and actor Klaus Kinski, immediately followed by 1979’s Woyzeck. An almost completely unrelated sequel, Vampire in Venice, was released in 1988 by director Augusto Caminito, with only Klaus Kinski returning to reprise his loosely connected role.
Speech for a new 2011
Before I forget, and nobody sees it. A very ideal speech for the new year and the best, directed by Andrei Tarkovsky.
Fluoxetine (trade name Prozac) is an antidepressant of the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) class. Fluoxetine is approved for the treatment of major depression (including pediatric depression), obsessive-compulsive disorder (in both adult and pediatric populations), bulimia nervosa, panic disorder and premenstrual dysphoric disorder. Despite the availability of newer agents, it remains extremely popular. Over 22.2 million prescriptions for generic formulations of fluoxetine were filled in the United States in 2007, making it the third most prescribed antidepressant.
The FDA requires all antidepressants, including fluoxetine, to carry a black box warning stating that antidepressants may increase the risk of suicide in persons younger than 25. This warning is based on statistical analyses conducted by two independent groups of the FDA experts that found a 2-fold increase of the suicidal ideation and behavior in children and adolescents, and 1.5-fold increase of suicidality in the 18–24 age group. The suicidality was slightly decreased for those older than 24, and statistically significantly lower in the 65 and older group. This analysis was criticized by Donald Klein who noted that suicidality, that is suicidal ideation and behavior, is not necessarily a good surrogate marker for completed suicide, and it is still possible that antidepressants may prevent actual suicide while increasing suicidality. This opinion goes against the general consensus that “suicidal ideation has been associated with suicide attempt in retrospective studies and with suicide in prospective studies.”
Dimethyltryptamine or N,N-Dimethyltryptamine (DMT) is a naturally-occurring tryptamine and psychedelic drug, found not only in many plants, but also in trace amounts in the human body where its natural function is undetermined. Structurally, it is analogous to the neurotransmitter serotonin (5-HT) and other psychedelic tryptamines such as 5-MeO-DMT, bufotenin (5-OH-DMT), and psilocin (4-OH-DMT).
DMT is created in small amounts by the human body during normal metabolism by the enzyme tryptamine-N-methyltransferase. Many cultures, indigenous and modern, ingest DMT as a psychedelic in extracted or synthesized forms. DMT is a clear to white, crystalline solid. However, DMT found on the illicit market is commonly impure and may appear yellow, orange, or salmon in color unless special care has been taken to remove these impurities. Such impurities result from degradation or originate from plant matter from which the DMT may have been extracted from. A laboratory synthesis of DMT was first reported in 1931, and it was later found in many plants.
A standard dose for smoked DMT is between 15–60 mg. This is generally smoked in a few successive breaths. The effects last for a short period of time, usually 5 to 15 minutes, dependent on the dose. The onset after inhalation is very fast (less than 45 seconds) and peak effects are reached within a minute. In the 1960s, some reportedly referred to DMT as “the businessman’s trip” because of the relatively short duration of vaporized, insufflated, or injected DMT. DMT is commonly vaporized in glass pipes also suitable for use with crack cocaine and methamphetamine. Improvised smoking devices can be constructed from light bulbs. The vapor is sometimes described as harsh, and some users even compare its flavor to that of burning plastic. Some users elect to combine it with cannabis, parsley, mullein, or other plants in an attempt to improve flavor and reduce harshness. Combining DMT with plant matter or depositing it upon a substrate of ash also facilitates use of an ordinary pipe, a bong, or a vaporizer. It is worth noting that 5-MeO-DMT, a psychedelic drug structurally similar to N,N-DMT, is sometimes referred to as DMT through ignorance or by abbreviation. As a white, crystalline solid, it is also similar in appearance to DMT. However, it considerably more potent (5-MeO-DMT typical smoked dose: 5-20mg), and care should be taken to clearly differentiate between the two drugs to avoid accidental overdose.
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