Saturday, April 16, 2011

The Red Spectre

Sometimes life gets you really jaded about the world, and you think nothing is amazing. But that is because you live in a bubble that is your own comfortable routine. The brain won't react unless it is in a new situation. Such is our evolution as modern peeps. When learning something new or finding something new sometimes the brain gets mad, it doesn't like not being good at something. So it tricks you into being upset so you won't do it anymore. But how will you ever learn?


This sparked my happiness today, re-posted from the NYT blog:

This exclusive clip is from Segundo de Chomon’s 1907 film “The Red Spectre,” which is part of the Fashion and Film Festival. The coloring was done in 1907, by hand-stenciling. It will be screened at the Museum of Moving Image through April 24 and at the Graduate Center at the City University of New York on April 19 and May 2

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