There are a number of crucial voices in our culture. @blkagendareport is one of them.
— Cornel West (@CornelWest) May 31, 2013
“A lot of people won’t get no supper tonight/A lot of ’em won’t get no justice tonight”
A comedian who worked at mcdonald’s for seven years tells it like it is.
I. Pandora’s Box: The Engineers’ Plot
II. Pandora’s Box: To the Brink of Eternity
III. Pandora’s Box: The League of Gentlemen
IV. Pandora’s Box: Goodbye Mrs. Ant
V. Pandora’s Box: Black Power
VI. Pandora’s Box: A is for Atom
Pandora’s Box, subtitled A Fable From the Age of Science, is a six part 1992 BBC documentary television series written and produced by Adam Curtis, which examines the consequences of political and technocratic rationalism.
They just don’t make book covers the way they used to. That is: epically weird, like this series of science fiction books published by Norwegian imprint Lanterne in the ’60s and ’70s and spotted by Caustic Cover Critic. Designed by Peter Haars, the covers are not only deliciously bizarre and psychedelic, but also pretty compelling, as book covers go. Check out some highlights from the series after the jump, and then head over to this Flickr page for more.