Dennis Hopper, 34 – Taos, New Mexico (Caterine Milinaire/Sygma/Corbis)
In the late 1960s at the height of his career, Dennis Hopper left Hollywood for artistic bohemia in New Mexico. His daughter looks back on a man in search of free expression and a more contemplative way of life.
Read the full article in the NYT Style Mag: Destiny in Taos.
Each of the three ratios is used to reflect cinematic history during the respective period that it depicts.
Read the full article via Slate
1985 to the Present, More or Less Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
The 1960s Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
The 1930s Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
“This video is the closest thing I’ve ever seen to my dreams or imagination; it’s the closest I’ve got to translating vagueness into a viewable form.” – Stephen Wilkinson
“To me the video for ‘Dye The Water Green’ held a certain identifiable quality linked with a sense of possibility and exploration – when there is a new place to go, another bend around the corner to uncover, or a different vista coming into view.” – Michael Robinson
Video from ‘The Green E.P.’ out next week, with an interview from the artists via Warp.net