LINKS & STUFF 05/14: French Vintage, Wes Anderson, and Robocop Redux

Here’s your round up of the latest and greatest film, art, and design related internet finds this month

It’s time to start up our Links & Stuff posts again. I sincerely thank you for your patience; it’s been far too long. If you want to stay in the loop before these posts roll around, follow Art DepartMENTAL on Twitter (@artdepartmental) and on Facebook where I post all the latest and greatest film, art, architecture and production design news and views.


Photo of the Month

Vintage French Photo

The Chairs | Paris, 1934 | By Emeric Feher

Chamade Vintage French Photos [EDIT: The site unfortunately no longer exists as of 03/19/17 but many of its photos are still online] is my favourite new discovery online featuring gorgeous vintage photos in arguably the most beautiful country in the world. [EDIT: The site unfortunately no longer exists as of 03/19/17 but many of its photos are still online]


Links of the Month


Video of the Month

Check out the trailer for Eleanor Ambos Interiors, a short film about a self-described ‘crazy’ interior designer in Long Island who creates spaces and rents out furniture from her spaces. You can see a 3 minute clip from the film on the website, Nowness. The film premiered at SxSW and has a runtime of 16 minutes. I hope I get to see the film in its entirety very soon! It looks great.


In Memoriam

In the last couple of weeks we’ve lost two major figures in film who were masters of technical achievement. They will be sorely missed.


Which articles and links did you love this week? Let me know in the comments.

Rose Lagacé | @artdepartmental

Posted by Rose Lagacé

Rose Lagacé is a production designer for film & television by day and an emerging filmmaker by night. Rose is also the creator and editor of Art Departmental where she celebrates the art and craft of production design.

  1. jeanellemarie@gmail.com August 11, 2014 at 1:22 PM

    Non of the links work I am clicking on under “This Week’s Links” and a lot of them I am very interested in – what can I do to view the linked pages?

    Reply

    1. Thanks for letting me know. All the links should now be working. 🙂

      Reply

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