Vulpeja enana by Bigas Luna from A fior di pelle
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Vulpeja enana by Bigas Luna from A fior di pelle

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Lumia Exotica by Bigas Luna from A fior di pelle
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Lumia Exotica by Bigas Luna from A fior di pelle

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Afrodita / Agittata by Bigas Luna from A fior di pelle

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Rabiza by Bigas Luna from A fior di pelle
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Rabiza by Bigas Luna from A fior di pelle

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Beelitz-Heilstätten Sanatorium, Julie Eilenberger

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Beelitz-Heilstätten Sanatorium, Julie Eilenberger




Garvanzona by Bigas Luna from A fior di pelle
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Garvanzona by Bigas Luna from A fior di pelle

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Lepura / Colipoterra by Bigas Luna from A fior di pelle

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From the series Destroy by Rosanna Jones




Colipoterra by Bigas Luna from A fior di pelle
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Colipoterra by Bigas Luna from A fior di pelle

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Capulina by Bigas Luna from A fior di pelle

Capulina by Bigas Luna from A fior di pelle




Storyville Portrait by E.J. Bellocq, 1912
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Storyville Portrait by E.J. Bellocq, 1912

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Untitled #66 by Kristamas Klousch, 2009
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Untitled #66 by Kristamas Klousch, 2009

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From Damaged Negatives by Glen Luchford

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Polaroid 11 by Christer Strömholm, 1977

Polaroid 11 by Christer Strömholm, 1977




Clip #18088 from the Turconi Collection: Barbe bleu (Pathé Frères, 1907)
http://50watts.com/Nitrate-Nocturne-2
This database is a record of the 35mm decomposed nitrate film frame clippings collected by Italian film historian Davide Turconi (1911-2005) from the Josef Joye Collection in Switzerland and from other unidentified sources. The collection consists of 23,491 clippings in total (usually two to three frames each). The vast majority of the frames cover the early years of cinema (from ca. 1897 to 1915); however, some items in the collection represent films produced as late as 1944.
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Clip #18088 from the Turconi CollectionBarbe bleu (Pathé Frères, 1907)

http://50watts.com/Nitrate-Nocturne-2

This database is a record of the 35mm decomposed nitrate film frame clippings collected by Italian film historian Davide Turconi (1911-2005) from the Josef Joye Collection in Switzerland and from other unidentified sources. The collection consists of 23,491 clippings in total (usually two to three frames each). The vast majority of the frames cover the early years of cinema (from ca. 1897 to 1915); however, some items in the collection represent films produced as late as 1944.

Read more here

Via 50 Watts