The European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture

The European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture Launches in Berlin

The European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture has been launched Berlin, aiming to "establish the artistic and cultural presence of Europe’s 12 million Roma people" and led by Roma scholars, activists, and artists. “The European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture will be a hub for Roma self-expression – self-expression which will likely challenge …

Pizza News

Pizza News #1

After a couple of years running a blog, you start to notice where your content leans subject wise. In the tag cloud to your right, you'll notice the word "pizza" is a lot bigger than other tags. That wasn't intentional, I just love pizza. So to make it "official", I'm starting a feature called Pizza …

Anatomy of a Murder 1959 Poster

40,000 Movie Posters Under The Sea

Posteritati is home to over 40,000 movie posters from decades of cinema. The store/gallery is based in New York where you can purchase everything from a 1960s Swiss Scene Card of Casablanca for $150 to a 1933 Argentinian King Kong poster for $75,000. Find more on the Posteritati website. (via


FilmGrab – An Archive Of Movie Stills And Home Of Meme Creation

We can all appreciate cinematography when we watching a beautiful shot film but capturing the stills adds permanency to its allure. FilmGrab started out as a personal archive for its creator, Donnacha, and soon turned into a treasure trove filled with nearly 80,000 images from over 1000 movies. The images are free to use for …

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona Pavilion (Documentary)

The Barcelona Pavilion is one of the greatest and most famous pieces of modernist architecture. It was originally designed for the 1929 International Exposition in Barcelona by German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe but was demolished after the exposition ended. Mies had a series of photographs taken of the building beforehand and thanks to these images, …