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Category Archives: movies
Paris-based Mathematic Studio produced this wonderful animation for Bob Marley’s timeless “Redemption Song.” Directed by Octave Marsal and Théo de Gueltzl, the video draws heavily on imagery and iconography surrounding the Rastafarian movement.
Science Fiction fans around the world—myself included—were excited to see the first trailer for the new Dune film last week. (see below)Although I enjoyed the first cinematic interpretation of Frank Herbert’s interstellar saga, like many I found David Lynch’s version lacking in … Continue reading
Sincerely Erik, is a moving short film written and directed by Naz Riahi about one bookseller struggling in these plague times. Although it is fictional, it poignantly reflects the reality that many folks in the book trade are experiencing all over … Continue reading
When I stumbled upon the film noir gif below it reminded me what a pivotal role the bookshop Geiger’s Rare Books played in the noir classic. It’s been years since I’ve actually viewed the film, but I got a little … Continue reading
Charles Bukowski there’s a bluebird in my heart that wants to get out but I’m too tough for him, I say, stay in there, I’m not going to let anybody see you. there’s a bluebird in my heart that wants … Continue reading
I just ran across these oldschool posters that were created by the American Library Association to encourage young people to read more. I guess that they were aiming for Star Wars and Back to the Future fans.
Regular visitors to TBTP may know that my most recent obsession has been roasting my own coffee beans. Fortunately it’s a pursuit that’s heartily supported by friends and family who benefit from the hours of exploration and experimentation. While researching … Continue reading
Swedish artist Daniel Björk is behind these horrifically funny visions of classic horror films reimagined as Disney’s Wonderful World of Reading vintage children’s books. Enjoy before the lawyers make them disappear.
h/t to Touchwood Design If you ever have seen the classic 50s horror film The Blob, you may recognize the historic Colonial Theater in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. They’ve been posting witty updates on their marquee all week. Cartoonist Chris Ware’s heartbreaking cover this … Continue reading
I really love this ongoing project by illustrator and designer Matt Stevens. His reimagined movies as books concept is simply brilliant.