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+ Happy Saturday + {MUSIC MINUTE} Baltimora – “Tarzan Boy” + ATLANTIS Rising !!! A Little Witch Pop never Hurt Anyone #seapunk #junglelife

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Give me the order! Give me the order! Ohhhhh Ohhh Ohhhhh Ohhhh. . . 

So, Happy Saturday! Thanks for a great +Art Crawl+

Those we saw, and those we didn’t . . .

Been digging the summer?

Jungle life.

[Props to our girl Whit at Girl on the Wing – check out her safari window on King St. W]

This one’s for you . . .

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NOTE how everyone be using them green screens for this same effect.

Here’s one example (and I’m not mad at it)

In fact, I love me some Ay-Yo-Ay-Yo-I-Hear-You’re-Riding-On-The-Same-Tall-Tall-Tale, especially on a Saturday night!

And, I know you might too! So, enjoy this one also . . .

It’s a double, on the house, from The Eye of Faith!

Oh, and in case you’re like wha?

It’s Azealia Banks.

She’s our girl.

But really.

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ATLANTIS

At·lan·tis

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noun
a legendary island, first mentioned by Plato, said to have existed inthe Atlantic Ocean west of Gibraltar and to have sunk beneath thesea, but linked by some modern archaeologists with the island ofThera, the surviving remnant of a much larger island destroyed by avolcanic eruption c1500 b.c
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A little WITCH POP never hurt anybody.

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Remember XIXIXI gets YOU 25% OFF at the checkout

when you shop the

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So go ahead and drop.

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Until next time,

{theEye}

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Destroy, Annihilate, Burn! Ray Bradbury’s “Fahrenheit 451” Unlocked . . .

Farenheit 451 book burning vintage cover

“Fahrenheit 451” is a classic of contemporary American literature, and is one of the most widely read and popular novels of all time.

Written by the late great Ray Bradbury (author of some of favourite reads including “Something Wicked This Way Comes” and “The Halloween Tree”), this story warns of a society where original thought and ideas are deemed dangerous, reading obsolete, and knowledge is kept under wraps.

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Julie Christie in the 1966 film directed by Francois Truffaut

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Farenehit 451 Vintage Film Poster - Julie Christie

It is a nightmare of a world brilliant captured by Bradbury’s precise prose. If you haven’t had a chance to read it, no shame (although we do recommend it), but do make a point to check out this cool breakdown of the book and its themes provided by Academic Earth, who provide some great insight into the film’s plot and themes.

Created by AcademicEarth.org

And make sure to check out our other articles (nearly 1,000)  to inspire the imagination, and massage your intellect; after all, we don’t want Bradbury’s vision to become real life.

We’re well on our way , so KEEP READING!

Farenheit 451 - Truffaut Film

Until next time,

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Liz Taylor, in the {plaster} FLESH!

Scents Memory is a fantastic blog we frequent, and is completely one-of-a-kind in it’s story. At Scents Memory you will find eloquent and dream-like fantasy descriptions of the world’s most luxurious and fantastic fragrances for men – a topic that is becoming more and more popular on the front of the men’s fashion scene these days.

If you’re wondering what kind of cologne might suit you, visit Scents Memory and indulge in tales of movie stars, travels, legends, and memory. {theEye} has it’s eye set on a bottle of KNIZE 10 – the favourite cologne to stars like James Dean and Marlene Dietrich for its unique qualities.

“This old school classic is anything but old. It is vibrant and modern in the most wonderful and unique way. And it is a pro at projecting with fine silage that garners some attention.  Mature is the order of the day with Knize 10, it is not for little boys to pay with matches like these. They could start a fire that is too hot to handle.”

{Lanier Smith, Scents Memory}

You might remember one of our latest E.O.F. Snapshots of the Day featuring Angie Dickinson against a fantastical wall of plaster life masks of some of Hollywood’s biggest legends.

One legend in particular caught the eye of Lanier Smith, the man behind the words at Scents Memory – that of the iconic Liz Taylor. Lanier was kind enough to share with us the photos he has of his copy of the exact same life mask seen in this photo!

The Eye of Faith is proud to share them with you here!

“When people say, ‘She’s got everything’, I’ve got one answer – I haven’t had tomorrow.”

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What a fine and rare treasure, indeed. The plaster cast was painted gold for an ultra decadent and glamorous touch. She look so peaceful in that moment…

This is just a small taste of what Lanier Smith has to offer, and by the word of {theEye}, you will not regret taking a visit to Scents Memory. Like we said, it is a truly one-of-a-kind experience on the web; a sensitive and thoughtful look at what the world has to offer a man, and the journeys he can take simply through the scent of his cologne.

Pretty simple, but pretty profound. Thanks Lanier and Scents Memory for sharing!

Sincerely,

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As good as any Noir Thriller you might find in the movies. In fact, the stories told in “Small Town Noir” could definitely make one helluva TV series – so many stories to dive over, so take a look. William Brest is just one of many from the town of New Castle that got the opportunity to stare into the lens of that mighty police camera…

So check it out, why don’t ya?!

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