A Monster in Paris concept art
I think that Louis Armstrong loosened the world, helped people to be able to say “Yeah,” and to walk with a little dip in their hip. Before Louis Armstrong, the world was definitely square, just like Christopher Columbus thought.
Hugh Masekela, jazz musician
Je pense que Louis Armstrong a rendu le monde décontracté, a aidé les gens à dire “Yeah” et leur a permis une démarche plus cadencée. Avant Louis Armstrong, le monde était plus, coincé, “carré” comme ce que pensait Christophe Colomb
Hugh Masekela, musicien de jazz
An attempt at coming up with a logo design for The Bugle when they were looking for one…
Jack Lemmon photographed on the set of Some Like It Hot by Phil Stern, 1959.
Strangers on a Train (1951).
On July 14, someone somewhere in India will tap out what is being called the world’s last telegram. India’s state-owned telecom company, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, has been holding out as other countries around the world retire their antiquated telegraph services. Now, after delaying the move for two years, the business operating what is considered to be the world’s last telegraph service is finally ready to pull the plug, saying telegrams are no longer commercially viable in the age of digital communications.