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Costa do Sauipe, Brazil, 30 March 2014
Last week was entirely dedicated to printing a daily newspaper in Brazil. The week was hot and lush and humid and fucking exhausting. I’ve aged 10 years in one week. I’m seriously too old for that shit. Anywho, on the last day, I asked my local students (hired to hand out the newspaper outside the conference venues) to pose for me. The one on the right is Daniela — she speaks very good English and is obsessed with Breaking Bad. Costa do Sauipe, Brazil, 30 March 2014
Last week was entirely dedicated to printing a daily newspaper in Brazil. The week was hot and lush and humid and fucking exhausting. I’ve aged 10 years in one week. I’m seriously too old for that shit. Anywho, on the last day, I asked my local students (hired to hand out the newspaper outside the conference venues) to pose for me. The one on the right is Daniela — she speaks very good English and is obsessed with Breaking Bad.

    Costa do Sauipe, Brazil, 30 March 2014

    Last week was entirely dedicated to printing a daily newspaper in Brazil. The week was hot and lush and humid and fucking exhausting. I’ve aged 10 years in one week. I’m seriously too old for that shit. Anywho, on the last day, I asked my local students (hired to hand out the newspaper outside the conference venues) to pose for me. The one on the right is Daniela — she speaks very good English and is obsessed with Breaking Bad.

    Yasmine Hamdan - In Kan Fouadi + Mediya

    In Kan Fouadi + Mediya

    Yasmine Hamdan

    Ya Nass

    Yasmine Hamdan - In Kan Fouadi & Mediya

    Oh My. Although I was quite taken by Hamdan’s hypnotic performance in Jim Jarmusch’s Only Lovers Left Alive (Jarmusch filmed her sing a pretty big chunk of her song “Hal”) I had no idea her entire album would be this good. The whole of Ya Nass is Lovely&Sensual. 

    Merging two songs in one upload, why the hell not.

    [NPR is streaming Hamdan’s album => HERE]

    Papers, Please
    A Dystopian Document Thriller.

    I’ve always wanted to be an immigration officer… 

    Papers, Please is a puzzle video game developed by indie game developer Lucas Pope, focusing on the emotional toll of working as an immigration officer, deciding who to let in and who to exclude from entering the fictional dystopian country of Arstotzka.