Robert Frank, Tulip, Paris, 1950
If you have 26 minutes, and I know you do, check out the classic "Pull My Daisy." Even if you've seen it 10 times and had it spoon fed to you while in art school you owe your self the treat. Although the film is most closely associated with Robert Frank it's really the sound of Kerouac's voice and his free form narration that steals the show and makes the film worthwhile. So even if you don't want to watch the subtitled, crappy quality video clip go ahead and have a listen. Give it some time to load. It's a biggin!
Friday, July 24, 2009
Posted by Evan Sklar at 9:00 AM