Panorama 757 | Terminal Commerce Building 12th and Callowhil… | Flickr

Panorama 757
Terminal Commerce Building 12th and Callowhill Streets Philadelphia, PA Friday, 7 January, 2011 Copyright © 2011, Bob Bruhin. All rights reserved. (via bruhinb.deviantart.com/art/Panorama-757-193493801)

David Lynch’s MasterClass Is Here!

David Lynch’s MasterClass on Creativity and Film now exists!

Over the course of thirteen on-demand lessons exclusive to the MasterClass platform, David Lynch teaches his unconventional process for translating visionary ideas into film and other art forms. At your own pace and from anywhere in the world, you can watch David Lynch’s classes, download a class-specific workbook, connect and share ideas with fellow classmates and occasionally submit your video questions to the class Q&A. Some questions will be selected to be answered directly by the director, so join soon if you don’t want to miss out on that rare opportunity.

Read more: Welcome to Twin Peaks – David Lynch’s MasterClass Is Here!

Love in the Eraserhood | Between the beautiful weather, the … | Flickr

Love in the Eraserhood
Between the beautiful weather, the Backyard Barbecue at The Trestle Inn (featuring sidewalk burlesque by Bella Tricks), and the “Sweet Lovin'” Proposition Tent sponsored by Fringe Arts, Philadelphia’s post-industrial “Eraserhood” neighborhood was filled with light, love, and beauty this lovely July First Friday. — Luminance HDR 2.3.0 tonemapping parameters: Operator: Mantiuk08 Parameters: Luminance Level: Auto Color Saturation: 1 Contrast Enhancement: 1 —— PreGamma: 1

Exploring David Lynch’s “Eraserhood”

Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 1 PM – 3 PMWhen David Lynch moved to Philadelphia in the late 1960s to attend PAFA, he discovered a city that was both terrifying and inspiring. Explore the neighborhood just blocks away from PAFA that so electrified Lynch’s imagination with two guides: Hidden City’s Peter Woodall and Bob Bruhin, photographer and author of “Walking the Eraserhood” (https://ehood.us/walking ). During this one-and-a-half hour walking tour, we’ll delve into the area’s industrial history, as well as the sights and sounds that inspired Lynch’s movies, particularly Eraserhead.

Tickets now on sale at: Exploring David Lynch’s “Eraserhood”