29
Oct, 2011

Camera / DoP / Direction: Aleš Bravničar / bravnicar.com
Edit: Rok Mele / rearok.com
Assistant: Anže Godec
Make-up: Tina Fabjan (head of make-up artists, Max Factor)
Music: Spread Your Love by Black Rebel Motorcycle Club (© Virgin Records 2001)
Model: Nina Kohne
Clothes by American Apparel, Palmers & Nancy Beachwear. Tights by Armani for Wolford.
1960 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible provided by Igor Pirnat’s Dream Car Rentals/ limoporoke.com

23
Oct, 2011

You know, I’ve got this theory; there are two kinds of people in the world. There are lyric people and music people. You know, the lyrics people tend to be analytical. You know, all about the meaning of the song. They’re the ones you see with the CD insert out like five minutes after buying it, pouring over the lyrics, interpreting the hell out of everything. Then there’s the music people, who could care less for the lyrics as long as it’s just got, like, a good beat and you could dance to it. I don’t know, sometimes it might be easier to be a music person and not a lyric person. But since I’m not, let me just say this: sometimes things find you when you need them to find you. I believe that. And for me, it’s usually song lyrics.

via wordsandlyrics (via litige)

23
Oct, 2011

nationalpost:

Seattle ‘superhero’ unmasked, uncharged after arrest

Self-proclaimed Seattle ‘superhero’ Phoenix Jones, a vigilante crime-fighter accused of assault, made his first court appearance on Thursday, but prosecutors have so far declined to charge him.

The onetime mixed-martial-arts competitor whose real name is Benjamin Fodor was arrested on Sunday after police said he pepper-sprayed a group of innocent nightclub patrons he believed were involved in a street brawl downtown.

He was jailed briefly on suspicion of four misdemeanor counts of assault and released on US$3,800 bail.

He showed up for a brief hearing on Thursday in Seattle Municipal Court wearing a pinstriped shirt and his black-and-yellow mask, which he removed at the request of a court officer. He donned it again as he left the courtroom. (Nicole Neroulias/Reuters)