Zapruder Frame 235

Trabert waited until the audience had left the basement cinema. Holding in his hand the commercial replica of agent Greer’s driving licence he had bought in the arcade near the overpass, he walked toward the young man sitting in the back row. Already his identity had begun to fade, the choreography of his hands tracing a last cipher across the blunted air.

“A photograph is a secret about a secret. The more it tells you the less you know.”
— Diane Arbus

F. Scott Fitzgerald's Turkey Recipes

  • Turkey Cocktail: To one large turkey add one gallon of vermouth and a demijohn of angostura bitters. Shake.
  • Turkey à la Francais: Take a large ripe turkey, prepare as for basting and stuff with old watches and chains and monkey meat. Proceed as with cottage pudding.
  • Stolen Turkey: Walk quickly from the market, and, if accosted, remark with a laugh that it had just flown into your arms and you hadn't noticed it. Then drop the turkey with the white of one egg—well, anyhow, beat it.

"Brazil"

“To make customers is the new problem.”
— Edward Bernays, in Propaganda, 1928
A walk through the woods. A walk through the woods.

A walk through the woods.

Verdickt & Verdickt - Greenhouse, Asse 2006. Photos (C) Lander Loeckx. Verdickt & Verdickt - Greenhouse, Asse 2006. Photos (C) Lander Loeckx.
  1. Bloomers — after Amelia Bloomer, a women’s rights advocate
  2. Cardigan — after the Seventh Earl of Cardigan, James Thomas Brudenell (1797-1868)
  3. Chauvinism — after legendary French soldier Nicolas Chauvin
  4. Decibel — after Alexander Graham Bell, one tenth of a bel
  5. Guppy — after R.J. Lechmere Guppy (1836-1916), a Trinidadian clergyman
  6. Leotard — after Jules Léotard (1830-1870), the French aerialist
  7. Masochism — after Leopold von Sacher-Masoch (1836-1895), the Austrian author of Venus in Furs
  8. Pompadour — after Jeanne Antoinette Poisson, the Marquise de Pompadour
  9. Saxophone — after Belgian instrument designer and musician Adolphe Sax
  10. Silhouette — after Étienne de Silhouette (1709-1767), a French finance minister