The Ghetto Tarot is a photographic interpretation of the traditional tarot deck in the ghetto. The scenes are inspired by the Rider Waite Tarot deck (originally designed in 1909 by artist Pamela Colman Smith) and are replicated together with a group of Haitian artists called Atis Rezistans (resistant artists) in the Haitian slums using only… Read More The Ghetto Tarot
Imagine a world where a little boy can grow up to be the woman of his dreams, and a young girl can rise to become a leader of men. Welcome to Kumu Hina’s Hawaii.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. That is below, if you’re curious. I do have more content prepared and hoped for (though this is no resolution of any sort) in 2015. Starting tomorrow: Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about… Read More 2014 in review
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BY JOSEPH EHRMAN-DUPRE Buoyant, clever, sensitive; words can do very little to express the exuberance and authenticity of Daniel Ribeiro’s near-perfect debut feature, The Way He Looks, based on his 2010 short film with the same cast and premise. The… via Towleroad News #gay http://ift.tt/1qERqlP
Out singer/songwriter Matt Fishel’s new cover of “Finally” celebrates international Pride with photos sent in by fans from all over the world. via Towleroad News
Cultural appropriation or simple appreciation? Of course there’s a lot of inter-ethnic “imitation” throughout the world, but this is a fascinating phenomenon. This feels very different from Gwen Stefani and her Harajuku period, or any other “let’s dress up like those funny-looking people” effort. Considering the stigma and preconceptions that we project on the inaccurately named “Mexican… Read More Bangkok Barrio Boys