Saturday, February 21, 2009

Bruce DAVIDSON Meets T-Rex




    Bruce Davidson (1933) began photography at the age of ten in Oak Park, Illinois. 
    As a youth, Davidson was given the freedom to explore 
    the streets of the city alone with his camera and in 1949,
    at the age of 16, he won first prize in the Kodak National High School Competition.
    He went on to attend the Rochester Institute of Technology and Yale University. 
    His college thesis pictured the emotions of football players
     behind the scenes of the game, and it was published in Life magazine in October 1955. 
    Later he was drafted into the army and was stationed in Paris 
    where he met Henri Cartier-Bresson, one of the four founders
     of the renowned international cooperative photo agency, Magnum Photos. 
    After military service, in 1957, Davidson worked as a freelance photographer
    for Life Magazine and in 1958 became a member of Magnum Photos. 








    T-REX ** HOT LOVE



    "Well she's my woman of gold
    And she's not very old - a ha ha
    Well she's my woman of gold
    And she's not very old - a ha ha
    I don't mean to be bold, a-but a-may I hold your hand?

    Well she ain't no witch and I love the way she twitch - a ha ha
    Well she ain't no witch and I love the way she twitch - a ha ha
    I'm a labourer of love in my persian gloves - a ha ha

    Well she's faster than most and she lives on the coast - a ha ha
    Well she's faster than most and she lives on the coast - a ha ha
    I'm her two-penny prince and I give her hot love - a ha ha
    Ow - ow - mh

    Well she ain't no witch and I love the way she twitch - a ha ha
    Well she ain't no witch and I love the way she twitch - a ha ha
    I'm her two-penny prince and I give her hot love - a ha ha"



    I would like to find this great design of Gianfranco Cugusi: the Zero.
    Bringing a modern-day charm to the long-forgotten LP player is the Zero. 
    It’s a CD Player that can also play the vinyl records. 
    What’s really unique is that a system has been incorporated 
    where the device is able to “read” the gaps between the tracks,
     memorize them, and make it selectable, quite like how you would do with a CD.
    The modern-day advantages include a CD system with an auto-recording feature 
    that will hold a terabyte of memory. 
    Files supported include MP3, MP4, WAV etc. 
    It’s been originally designed for the Italian company Brionvega.

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