Director: Régis Roinsard, 2012
France, 1958. Computers are a distant dream and Microsoft word doesn’t exist; type writers are king. Rose Pamphyle (Déborah François) applies for a job as a secretary, however she isn’t very good. But her employer, Louis Échard (Romain Duris) has an idea.
I was trying to choose an artist to write about this week, and since I enjoyed Anthony Gerace’s photographs I’ve decided to explore some of his other work. As well as photography, Gerace also creates a wide range of collages; he uses vintage photographs and scraps of old paper to create pieces that convey a sense of nostalgia.
It’s nearly the end of my series “Plastic in the Wild”! I’ve taken more photos which I will reveal over the coming weeks. I think that these photos here aren’t as good as the others, but nevertheless I want to publish them because I still like them!
There are some amazing songs on Florence + the Machine’s third album How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful. I have the deluxe version which has extra songs and demo versions. My favourite songs are How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful; Third Eye and Which Witch (the demo version).
Here’s the third part of my series Plastic in the Wild. I photographed the plastic sheets on the ground, next to small grey, white and blue stones. I like how the colours of the blue and white sheets complement the blue and white stones.