10.19.14 /19:35/ 871
10.19.14 /19:29/ 1843

Happy Birthday Divine  (October 19, 1945 – March 7, 1988)

"All my life I wanted to look like Elizabeth Taylor. Now Elizabeth Taylor looks like me".


By and of Lee Miller


Albarrán Cabrera"The mouth of Krishna"
Japan 2014, #189. Pigments, gampi paper and gold leaf. 
10.18.14 /10:36/ 39


Hin Chua - After the Fall (2009)

Artist’s statement:

"For me, these images explore the unpredictable, often disturbing results of the collisions that are gradually and chaotically reshaping the spaces around us. These silent hand-overs, the transformations of one environment into another, may speak to something deeper within our collective memories: the loss of places we once knew, an inexorable reminder of the inevitability of change. A farewell to personal Edens."


goths, 1984 [photo by: Mike Forster]
10.13.14 /19:25/ 257


Dirty Windows, Merry Alpern


Wild Honeycomb
10.11.14 /12:27/ 5173


u can make ur life a silent movie by staying in your house watching shadows on the walls doing pained faces in the mirror not talking to anyone


Fashion photographer Lucia Giacani's editorial Under My Skin for Vogue Italia 

Photographer: Lucia Giacani 

Stylist: Dinalva Barros
Make-up: Elena Pivetta
Hair stylist: Ana Rodriguez 
Manicurist: Rossella Galvani 
Model: Kristina Sheiter 
Special thanks: Maxwell Goodway

Buster Keaton with, yes, Boris Karloff in makeup as Frankenstein’s Monster at a charity baseball game in Los Angeles, 1940. Buster typically led the comedians’ team at the games, held to benefit Mount Sinai Hospital. He’d show up with his gag men, a truck of props, and plenty of routines all worked out to make the event as successful as possible for its good cause. (Scanned from Gone But Not Forgotten, 1981.)
10.05.14 /00:10/ 164

Sydney Long
Sadder than a Single Star that Sets at Twilight in a Land of Reeds, 1899
10.04.14 /11:21/ 312

(via David Lynch Returns to His Roots in Philadelphia’s Urban Decay)
PHILADELPHIA — Before summoning unsettling images of horror out of the American everyday on film, David Lynch was a visual art student at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) in Philadelphia. From 1965 until he relocated to Los Angeles in 1970, he was both shocked and enamored by the grit and decay of the city, which was then at an economic low point. David Lynch: The Unified Field opened earlier this month at his alma mater to explore how, although his career reached prominence on the screen, his roots are in drawing and painting, and how that medium has continued to grow with dark branches through his career.
10.02.14 /20:55/ 53


Comme des Garçons Primavera/Verano 2015
Semana de la Moda de París
Comme des Garçons Spring/Summer 2015
Paris Fashion Week

09.29.14 /21:08/ 95
Canvas  by  andbamnan