Daily Archive: May 20, 2022

I´m not that rich – KALTBLUT Magazine

A KALTBLUT exclusive. Photography by Thomas Camarero. The model is Theo Comelli signed at Bananas Models. Fashion film directed by Alba Camarero. Styling by Charlie Daudré-Vignier using Carbone 14, Gregory Assad, Hermès, Burberry Vintage, Yves Saint Laurent, Vivetta, Calvin Klein, Hellene Helene, Gucci.

Thomas Camarero is a young Spanish photographer based in Paris. His main goal is to question gender and social inequalities through his work in the fashion industry.

This editorial is about opulence and obsession with the image that we want to give to others in the context of a consumerist and hierarchical society. Sometimes we are

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Death Row Records Will Become ‘an NFT Label’

Snoop Dogg wants to make Death Row Records the first major record label in the metaverse.

The legendary Long Beach-born rapper announced this week that Death Row “will be an NFT label,” just days after acquiring the Los Angeles record label that launched his career and put West Coast hip-hop on the worldwide map. The announcement marks Snoop’s latest foray into blockchain technology, which has been quickly embraced by many in the music industry.

“We will be putting out artists through the metaverse,” Snoop said on social audio app Clubhouse. “Just like we broke the industry when we were

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Third Coast Percussion’s borderless music finds inspiration in fleet-footed beats

The style of electronic music and dance known as footwork might appear a strange bedfellow to classical music, but the Grammy-winning group Third Coast Percussion embraces the fleet-footed sound on Perspectives, a new album that pushes the notion of a percussion ensemble into fresh territory.

Footwork is the hyper-beat music born in Chicago’s underground dance competitions and house parties in the late 1990s. On Third Coast Percussion’s album, the style undergoes a mesmerizing transformation in a seven-movement suite called Perspective.

The music, which often clocks at 150 beats per minute or more, is by Jerrilynn Patton, a footwork

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American Film Institute Announces 2022 Cinematography Intensive For Women

The American Film Institute (AFI) has announced a call for applicants for its new program, the 2022 Cinematography Intensive for Women presented by Panavision.

As female cinematographers have fought to close the gender gap for recognition, the program seeks to help aspiring female cinematographers. The four-day program will be held on the AFI Campus in Los Angeles from July 15 through July 18. Applications open May 20.

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The goal of the program is to provide participants with a toolkit to secure on-set experience in the field and first-hand industry insights demonstrating the path to professional

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