Music Minute: Krzysztof Komeda “Rosemary’s Baby Interlude”

“A chance to sit quietly and find out who you are; where you've been and where you're going.” -Ira Levin, Rosemary's Baby {published in 1967}   I called this an interlude because of its sauntering sweet nature between the high stakes and drama that is"Rosemary's Baby". Polanski's iconic film had many claiming he had beckoned the…Read more Music Minute: Krzysztof Komeda “Rosemary’s Baby Interlude”

E.O.F. Mystery School {Master Mason} Vintage Style Inspiration @Theeyeoffaith #hamont

We mused over the Modern Mystery Men of Yale, and wanted to establish our own secret sanctum.... mys·ter·y 1  (mst-r) n.pl.mys·ter·ies 1. One that is not fully understood or that baffles or eludes the understanding; an enigma: How he got in is a mystery. 2. One whose identity is unknown and who arouses curiosity: The woman…Read more E.O.F. Mystery School {Master Mason} Vintage Style Inspiration @Theeyeoffaith #hamont

E.O.F. SNAPSHOT OF THE DAY {DECEMBER 6, 2016}

+Damn, son. . . + Photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson {circa. 1933} by George Hoyningen-Heune  //seminal art photography of the 1920s & 30s Stay {STYLE-WISE} Until next time, {theEye} +

Lost in a Paradise: {WWII Memories} Vintage Vernacular from Another Earth

This is a short clip from Terrence Malick's "The Thin Red Line" which never ceases to inspire and engage the mind and soul with its thoughtful narration and invigorating visuals that take the viewer through the complex voyage of a soldier to war hidden by the beauty of "paradise". . . It really must have…Read more Lost in a Paradise: {WWII Memories} Vintage Vernacular from Another Earth

{STYLE IDOL} Jean-Michel Basquiat

+ jean michel basquiat {French pronunciation: ​[ʒɑ̃ miˈʃɛl baskija]; December 22, 1960 – August 12, 1988} 1. artist. style icon.  2. academic; a little underground; a little street; archaic African; American hip-hop; Classic; Refined; Cultured; Gritty; Nitty; Bad Ass; Post-Punk; Anti-Conservative; Painted. Layered; Tough; Rugged; Tribal; NYC.  3. timeless.  4. cool.  + I don't listen to…Read more {STYLE IDOL} Jean-Michel Basquiat

Back When Boxing a Bear Was a ‘Thing’ . . .

It's hard to really pinpoint when men decided to take up boxing bears, but according to a recent article on VICE Fightland Blog the tradition began sometime in the mid-nineteenth century, and made its grand debut in New York in 1877 ( 'Pyrenean Bear, who wrestles all comers under the rules’).  Check out these INSANE…Read more Back When Boxing a Bear Was a ‘Thing’ . . .

NEW FOUND IMAGES OF WAR FROM THE EYE OF FAITH!

WAR? What is it good for? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING! Those are the words we have stuck in our head, as of late. With the world in such a dizzy spell of violence and outrage, its hard to believe in a world where war doesn't exist. But, like the faithful dreamers we are, we will have hope.…Read more NEW FOUND IMAGES OF WAR FROM THE EYE OF FAITH!

{Style-Wise} This Very Moment . . . Vintage Style Inspiration for Spring 2015

This very moment we couldn't be more blessed. Many props go to our many friends, fans, and followers who have helped get us this far - and many more to those who we have yet to meet who will take us even farther along the path our destiny has chosen for us. Life is nothing…Read more {Style-Wise} This Very Moment . . . Vintage Style Inspiration for Spring 2015

The Dapper Mystery Men Who Guard The Secret of the Voynich Manuscripts . . .

The strange, wonderful, and perplex. The Voynich Manuscripts . . . the World's most wildly weird book. Full of strange diagrams and cryptic text, many generations have passed and still no one has been able to make anything of it. The book is hidden deep away in Yale's Rare Book Collection making it kind of…Read more The Dapper Mystery Men Who Guard The Secret of the Voynich Manuscripts . . .

Stephen Hawking, His Life in the Stars and a Bad-Ass Brain

Thanks to the team at Online PhD for sending us this graphic! Hopefully everybody remembers the post we did on Stephen Hawking and his wild sexual escapades in Los Angeles! But don't think we forgot the brilliant genius that has made this 70-year old thinking legend an icon of science, as well as a real-life…Read more Stephen Hawking, His Life in the Stars and a Bad-Ass Brain