Esther ten Wolthuis tweets:
O’Connell Street, Dublin from Nelson’s Pillar, 1964.
A genuine ad from the 1920s.
In 1662, a 19 year old Isaac Newton wrote a list of all the sins he believed that he’d committed ‘before and after Whitsunday of that year’. They included:
Making pies on Sunday night
Threatning my father and mother Smith to burne them and the house over them.
Making a feather while on Thy day.
Denying that I made it.
Putting a pin in Iohn Keys hat on Thy day to pick him.
Striving to cheat with a brass halfe crowne.
Having uncleane thoughts words and actions and dreamese.
Wishing death and hoping it to some
Denying my chamberfellow of the knowledge of him that took him for a sot.
MORE: The Newton Project
(Pic: portrait of Isaac Newton by Sir Godfrey Kneller, 1689)
Featuring this month at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival – director Marshall Curry’s narration-free edit of the 1939 Amerikadeutscher Volksbund Nazi rally at Madison Square Garden in New York, attended by 20,000 people:
…an event largely forgotten from American history… A NIGHT AT THE GARDEN uses striking archival fragments recorded that night to transport modern audiences into this gathering and shine a light on the disturbing fallibility of seemingly decent people.
The director explains more in this Q&A with Field Of Vision.
This is the ‘hero’ car (the battle-scarred stunt double has since disappeared, having been sold to a salvage yard after filming).
Formerly believed to have been lost (or, worse still, scrapped like its stunt double), it’s actually belonged to the same New Jersey family since 1974 and was unveiled this week at the 2018 Detroit Motor Show, close to the 50th anniversary of the cinematic car chase that sealed its reputation.
Yours for between €2.5 and €4.0 million. Were it for sale. Which it’s not.
Meanwhile, less interestingly, Ford has announced a Bullitt-themed 2019 Mustang.