Previously on A Man Named Marlowe: Marlowe stops in at an all-night diner in an attempt to decompress from the murders he’s witnessed. When he gets back to his apartment, he receives a call from a henchman, telling him that Krypton Club owner Benny Chance … Read MoreA Man Named Marlowe Episode 4: The Ghost & The Odyssey
We’ve covered Stanley Kubrick’s early career as a Look Magazine staff photographer before. He shot these beautiful photos of New Yorkers in the 1940s. Take a look at the people of the day! Many lived very similar lives (at least as captured in these moments) to … Read MoreStanley Kubrick’s New York: Portraits of New Yorkers in the 1940s by the Famed Director
Take a look at these gorgeous black & white photos shot in Rio de Janeiro by Juan Velandia. They’re beautiful pieces of high-noir art. Raymond Chandler would be proud to set a Marlowe novel in Rio de Janeiro after seeing these photos. Except for the photo … Read MoreNo Musica: Fotographias from Juan Velandia
Check out these great stipples from Renzo Razzetto.
Mexico City-born and Italy-based artist Sandrine Zondervan had this to say about her inspiration: “I express my personal universe through mediums such as painting, photography, writing, and soft sculpture. I’m inspired by those themes that have influenced me since I was a child, being part of … Read MoreSandrine Zondervan: Divine Creatures