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X-Men: The Animated Series - Graduation Day

fer1972:

The Textile Moths of Yumi Okita

eyeforireland:

I love how Dublin is an old yet young city.

eyeforireland:

I love how Dublin is an old yet young city.

fleurdelunaa:

bath series

youmightfindyourself:

Mary Frey, Catcher, 2014 as part of the Satan Ceramics show

youmightfindyourself:

Mary Frey, Catcher, 2014 as part of the Satan Ceramics show

estrella-fuego:

fatalscroll:

Zelda Wynn Valdes was the first black female fashion designer to own her own boutique. Her famous, figure hugging silhouette was worn by stars such as Dorothy Dandridge, Josephine Baker, Ella Fitzgerald, Joyce Bryant, Maria Cole, Edna Robinson and later superstars like Gladys Knight and opera diva Jessye Norman. She also designed dresses for legendary figures like Marlene Dietrich and Mae West.

Valdes came up with the costume for the Playboy Bunny which remains the same to this day.

I’m gagging.

Like SHIT.

ziggy-the-gengar:

I’m like a reverse dudebro, I constantly need to reaffirm how queer I am, just in case anyone mistakes me for a heterosexual.

In the Flesh | Series 2 - Episode Six by Dominic Mitchell

cognitivedissonance:

And nearly half a million bucks….

thegetty:

Eye-to-eye with a member of the Roman cavalry. This mask, a part of a larger helmet, may represent Aphrodite, Artemis or even Apollo. This elaborate mask would have been used ceremonially.
See the full picture here.
Eye-to-eye connects the peoples of yesterday to you through art.
Mask from a Cavalry Helmet, A.D. 75 - 125, Unknown. Roman. J. Paul Getty Museum.

thegetty:

Eye-to-eye with a member of the Roman cavalry. This mask, a part of a larger helmet, may represent Aphrodite, Artemis or even Apollo. This elaborate mask would have been used ceremonially.

See the full picture here.

Eye-to-eye connects the peoples of yesterday to you through art.

Mask from a Cavalry Helmet, A.D. 75 - 125, Unknown. Roman. J. Paul Getty Museum.

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