On Sunday night, the Kardashians took Armenia. Kim and Khloe's trip to the family's ancestral land was the focus of the latest episode of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians."
It was great to learn more about the off-brand Kardashians, i.e. their cousins Kourtni, Kara and Krista, but it was Kanye West's visit to an Armenian art school that can't be missed.
While touring the Tumo Center for Creative Technologies, West (who never misses an opportunity to tell someone he went to art school) revealed he has lofty goals for his wife's reality show.
"They’re shooting my wife’s show, and I keep on, like, asking them to shoot it like it’s Stanley Kubrick," he told one of the school's instructors.
It's no secret that West isn't a fan of how the reality show is shot. In fact, it's the reason he rarely makes an appearance on the E! series.
"I don't really do her show just because I don't particularly like the way the producers shoot some of the shots. I'm very meticulous to that, right? I'd like to get a different [director of photography] or whatever," he told New York radio station Hot 97 in 2013. "And when we got engaged, I made sure the show was there [filming] because I felt like that was something that would make her happy. Regardless of how it was shot, I felt like this is a moment she would like to have and would like to share, and just have that documented. And we could decide later or not to air it."
Meanwhile, West's tour of the school also revealed he's pro-robot ("That's dope, I like robots") but scared of 3D printers.
"This is what I'm afraid of, right here, 3D printing. The Internet destroyed the music industry, and now this is what we're afraid of with the textile industry," he told the school's managing director. "There will come a time when people are making their shoes at home."
Check out the clip at Gawker.
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