In the late 1960’s, New York-based photographer Arthur Tress got the idea to ask children about their dreams. The children described nightmares and fantasies so intriguing and otherworldly that Tress set about creating those dreams in real life, constructing the imagined scene and photographing it… Read More ›
Candace Hilligoss in still from Carnival of Souls, 1962.
Just over two years ago, the creative team at The Viral Factory put together this homage to the evolution of fashion for the opening of a East London shopping center. Inspired by music, dance, and fashion from 1911 to 2011, this cheeky… Read More ›
From The Masque of the Red Death to Eyes Wide Shut, the masked ball has been a fixture of our collective imaginations since the late medieval period, waxing and waning in popularity throughout Carnival celebrations in the 15th century, Renaissance Italy in the 16th… Read More ›
The Conqueror Worm (aka Witchfinder General), starring Vincent Price, 1968. Related Posts: – Silent Sundays: The Brain Eaters (1958) – Man on Haunted Hill: The Venerable Vincent Price – Silent Sundays: Two Thousand Maniacs (1964)
For the last few hundred years, the gowns of the First Ladies have cemented a moment in time, not only providing a snapshot of evolving fashion, but also acting as a socio-political window to the historical context of their era. From… Read More ›
Poster for 1964’s Two Thousand Maniacs (via the fabulous Goregirl’s Dungeon) Related Posts: – Silent Sundays: Vincent Price (1963) – Silent Sundays: Las Vampiras (1969) – Silent Sundays: Cat’s Eye (1985)