woven art by Brent Wadden
While Dujardin is almost completely silent throughout The Artist, the actor still had to speak his lines while being filmed. But since the film used cards to relate the dialogue, it didn’t matter what language he spoke. “Sometimes, I acted in English, sometimes in French,” he says. “And sometimes, I was just speaking complete gibberish.”
- Entertainment Weekly, scan by satisfythecrave
Der dada, n°2, Berlin, 1919, couverture - cover.
Amazing Stories, August, 1947
The ad seems to be confusing science with necrophilia.
Bleu Deschamps on Flickr.