"I feel like it’s not about the music anymore—it’s about how many friends you have on Facebook and your Instagram pictures. I hate that. I feel so bad for the talented new bands that are working so hard, and they have to fight with these monsters where it’s all about the appearance, the way you look, the amount of posts you did this month. I don’t want to be a part of that—going to a festival and taking a selfie on stage and all the EDM shit. I feel like it’s such bad publicity for music and for true artists, and I’ll try to fight as hard as I can to not be like that."
Grimes performing @ Pitchfork Festival
July 20 2014, Chicago, IL.
Photo by Stephanie Bassos
- Abert Camus ve Srangel (Albert’s cat..)
- Albert Camus, born in 1913 in Mondovi, Algeria, published “The Myth of Sisyphus” and “Strange” in 1942 will be followed including “The Plague” (1947), “The Rebel” (1951) and “fall “(1956). He received the Nobel Prize in 1957 and died in a car accident on January 4 1960
- Photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson
- Albert Camus
- Albert Camus by Loomis Dean - LIFE
- Outsider; Albert Camus, whose feud with Jean-Paul Sartre is the subject of Andy Martin’s book The Boxer and the Gamekeeper. Photograph by Loomis Dean-Time & Life Pictures-Getty Images
- Albert Camus with his twin children in Brefs in Vendée, 1946.
- Camus in a test of devotion to the cross.
- Camus on the island of Saint-Honorat Cannes front in 1945, Camus rediscovered the Mediterranean.
- Summer 1957 in Sorel-Moussel in Eure-et-Loir, at Michel and Janine Gallimard.
Love Me If You Dare/Yann Samuell
Some parts were just too hurt that I cried & Marion Cotillard is unbelievably beautiful.