20th century style culture

In the 21st century consuming culture is all about an online experience. We read websites instead of magazines and stream movies online. Thats why its sometimes refreshing to go back to the old style of experiencing culture.

Thats what I did yesterday before jumping on the bus to Jönköping.

S Magazine is a Bi-annual publication with a worldwide distribution growing with each issue. It celebrates diversity, decadence and the occasional libido enhancing gadget. It was created by 4 young danish photographers, but has grown to include some of the best photographers and stylists from London, Paris and New York.

20 Fragments of a Ravenous Youth by Xiaolu Guo is a revised version of the author’s (and filmmaker) first novel. Its a story about a young peasant girl who travels to Beijing to experience the modern world.

Female Prisoner Scorpion is the japanese cult trilogy of the female prisoner Scorpion (portrayed by the beautiful Meiko Kaji) from the 70´s. Its a story about revenge which later became a huge inspiration for Tarantinos Kill Bill.


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