Leah Borromeo Reader

Leah Borromeo

  • 5 Articles Written
  • 0 Comments left

Jack Munro makes bricks out of animal blood

Leah Borromeo Reader Find

By Leah Borromeo in New Design on Saturday 3 November 2012

Recent architecture graduate Jack Munro has found a way to make bricks out of blood. Not much more has to be said about this really. Some people find this disgusting. I think it’s rather poetic. But I’m a nutcase.

Read more (1 comment)

Ubu: a magnificent film resource

Leah Borromeo Reader Find

By Leah Borromeo in Cool Websites on Friday 2 November 2012

All avant-garde, all the time. For the past three or four years, Ubu – named after the Alfred Jarry play – has been my constant time-wasting companion. My favourite thing on there is Film, the Samuel Beckett movie with Buster Keaton. There’s also poetry, performance, rare texts – all the stuff that makes you look […]

Read more

The Cotton Film: Dirty White Gold

Leah Borromeo Reader Find

By Leah Borromeo in New Film on Friday 2 November 2012

When you bag a bargain, who pays for it? Up to 300k Indian farmers have committed suicide to get out of debt since 1995. That’s 14,027 from August 2011-2012. I’m making a film to find out why, and to see if we – as fashion consumers and producers – can take direct action to stop […]

Read more

Panda Ross: infamous X Factor audition

Leah Borromeo Reader Find

By Leah Borromeo in Video on Friday 2 November 2012

The world needs a celebrity called Panda. Keen not to miss her chance on X-Factor, she checked herself out of hospital – where she’d been down with pneumonia – openly flirted with the sexually ambiguous Simon Cowell, sang a belter of a tune where everyone fell in love with her, and was ushered off the […]

Read more

The disturbing world of child pageant star Eden Wood

Leah Borromeo Reader Find

By Leah Borromeo in Video on Friday 2 November 2012

Not many people know I’m American. There are reasons I left America – baby beauty pageants where parents doll up toddlers in bikinis, cake them in make-up and have them crunk on national television is one of them. Eden Wood is one of our more extreme cases. Careful. Once you see her, you cannot unsee […]

Read more (1 comment)

close

Like us on Facebook

Don't show this again - I already like Lost At E Minor