David Lynch talks about 'Blue Velvet,' heavy metal and why he loves "dream Logic" in our new interview. "Very rarely have I gotten ideas from nighttime dreams, but I love dream logic," he tells us. "And cinema can [show] dream logic." Click the link in our bio to read the entire interview. Photograph by Jacob Boll.
David Lynch describes this place in The Art Life. A place that pops up in many of his films. A woman in trouble. “It was in the fall, and it was pretty late. Usually my father would go out and yell, ‘John, David…,’ and that would bring us home. But this night, it must have been, I don’t know, close to that time, it seemed to be pretty late. I don’t know what we were doing, but from across Shoshone Avenue, out of the darkness, comes this, kind of like, strangest dream, because I had never seen an adult woman naked. And she had beautiful pale white skin and she was completely naked, and I think her mouth was bloodied. And she kind of came strangely, walking strangely across Shoshone, and came into Park Circle Drive, and it seemed like she was sort of like a giant, and she came closer and closer, and my brother started to cry, something was bad wrong with her, and I don’t know what happened. I think she sat down on a curb, crying, but it was very mysterious, like we were seeing something otherworldly, and I wanted to do something for her, but I was little. I didn’t know what to do.” #davidlynch#theartlife#womencomingoutofdarkness
David Lynch has a creatively different way of drawing. It seems as if at the beginning he draws the painting then scratch to add a texture, use fingers instead of a paintbrush then make a photo of it on a film camera and finally print on a paper. #contemporaryart#davidlynch
-Il fumo è come una bella donna, l'ami ma ti rendi conto che non è quella giusta per te. La lasci. Poi cominci a vagheggiarla, ti rendi conto che la tua giornata è triste senza di lei. E pian piano dimentichi guai e tormenti, incominci a scriverle, a pregarla di tornare con te. L'amore fa male, ma la mancanza d'amore ancora di più-
GRAZIE a Francesco Segala che ieri non solo è passato a trovarci allo stand @beccogiallo ma ha anche omaggiato me ed @elisa2b_art con il suo David Lynch. Quadretto da appendere immediatamente. ❤
Oggi pomeriggio facciamo il bis all'#Arf dalle 16.30 alle 18.30 con firmacopie e sketch de 'I segreti di David Lynch', il fumetto 'La chiamata' di Elisa (in anteprima) e 'Il mio primo dizionario delle serie tv cult" (con noi ci sarà anche Claudio Gotti). Let's rock!
P.S. Elisa la trovate anche dalle 13 alle 14.30
Night Time, My Time - Sky Ferreira (RSD Exclusive Picture Disc)
When the album first dropped I was amazed. This was back when all these new artists emerged into the music scene with actual ALBUMS. Not just radio hits. Sky Ferreira was one of them. Inspired by David Lynch and his TV series, Twin Peaks- Night Time, My Time was, in my opinion, one of the best albums of 2013. Completely different from when she came out with her Ghost EP but in the best way possible. She even caused some major controversy with the album cover as it became one of the most banned covers in American history. There really isn’t anything wrong with it. Most people are just babies and bitch everytime a strong and confident woman is not ashamed of her own body. And from what I read, her label gave her so much shit for coming out with this album and she even had to promote the album herself and make her own music videos for her singles since they refused to help her in any way shape or form. It explains why there is not that many physical copies of this album out there. Despite all the bullshit she went through, I hope she is okay. She has a beautiful mind and a gift that deserves all the attention and recognition it needs.
My Top 5: 24 Hours, I Blame Myself, Heavy Metal Heart, Love In Stereo, and NIGHT TIME, MY TIME