bush-party:

Aquarela do Brasil with music by Michael Kamen and vocals by Kate Bush

Aquarela do Brasil is one of the most famous Brazilian songs worldwide. It was written in 1939 and covered for the 1985 Terry Gillam film Brazil by the film’s composer Michael Kamen. This version featured vocals by Kate Bush, but never became widely known. Please enjoy it today, on Brazil’s Dia da Independência (September 7th).

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liquidnight:

Sebastian Liste
“Eight years ago sixty families occupied the “Galpao da Araujo Barreto”, an abandoned chocolate factory in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Prior to establishing in this place, these families lived throughout the dangerous streets of the city. In 2003, these families came together to seize this deserted factory, which lay in ruins, and they transformed it into a home.
Here a boy drug dealer sells inside the chocolate factory. The levels of drug use and related violence are increasing among youths in the community.”
Salvador de Bahía, Brazil, 2009-2011
[via La Lettre de la Photographie]

liquidnight:

Sebastian Liste

“Eight years ago sixty families occupied the “Galpao da Araujo Barreto”, an abandoned chocolate factory in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Prior to establishing in this place, these families lived throughout the dangerous streets of the city. In 2003, these families came together to seize this deserted factory, which lay in ruins, and they transformed it into a home.

Here a boy drug dealer sells inside the chocolate factory. The levels of drug use and related violence are increasing among youths in the community.”

Salvador de Bahía, Brazil, 2009-2011

[via La Lettre de la Photographie]

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criterioncorner:

Poster: BRAZIL (dir. Terry Gilliam) 1985
it occurs to me that i don’t talk about BRAZIL nearly enough on this here blog. so… here we go, i’ll take 5, please.
frodesignco:

Re-released for the first time ever, and for the first time available to international customers. Brazil11 by 17 Hand S&NLimited Editionof Only 50(International shipping now available) Order Here 

criterioncorner:

Poster: BRAZIL (dir. Terry Gilliam) 1985

it occurs to me that i don’t talk about BRAZIL nearly enough on this here blog. so… here we go, i’ll take 5, please.

frodesignco:

Re-released for the first time ever, and for the first time available to international customers.
Brazil
11 by 17 Hand S&N
Limited Edition
of Only 50
(International shipping now available) 
Order Here 

(Source: frodesignco)

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