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Found video and esoterica

Hal_1ncandenza

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Found photos and art can be as exciting and profound as anything hanging on the walls of your local MOMA. Take a walk downtown, go to a garage sale, and you’ll find these abandoned gems.

Lost videos are less oft encountered in the physical world, but the internet has provided a sprawling playground of esoterica to pick through.

This thread is for those strange “who made this...and why” finds you encounter browsing the internet late at night(possibly with aid of a chemical magnifying glass).



My latest find is this 50’s CinemaScope tour of mid century San Francisco.


a strangely beautiful rendition of Rhubarb, filmed on a rooftop somewhere sometime
 
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