anotheranonymoussoul:

The fall of Icarus by René Milot







idk what this aesthetic is but it happened this week




soyonscruels:

happy labour day, american friends, sorry your left-wing political history was forcibly divorced from your labour movement as part of the public consciousness so you don’t just celebrate international worker’s day like the rest of us :(




sirensongfashion:

Iselin Steiro by David Sims for Vogue Paris March 2010




the-pool:

UFO zine

An infographic zine about UFOs, inspired by scientific journals and looney ufologists alike. Black and white, 48 pages, printed on newsprint. 




thefilmstage:

David Lynch does the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.




russian-criminal-tattoos:

'Glory to the Communist Party!'

A rare thieves’ tattoo. 'Baring teeth at the authorities' it expresses hostility towards the Communist Party and law enforcement agencies.




Valie Export - Shadow, 1971




To be a scandalous bitch, or not to be a scandalous bitch; that is the question.



lord-kitschener:




She made up prayers and said them,
Worshipping unknown gods with unknown singing,
Her customary magic, which would cover
The white moon’s face and darken the sun with cloud.



People will stare. Make it worth their while → Alexander McQueen | Pre-Fall ‘13




artemisdreaming:

Kahlil Gibran - American (Bsharri, Ottoman Syria (now Lebanon) 1883 - 1931 New York City, USA)

The Slave, 1920

American, 20th century

Graphite on dark cream laid paper, actual: 28 x 21.5 cm (11 x 8 7/16 in.)

Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Professor and Mrs. Reginald Daly, 1932.48 (harvardartmuseums.org)




artemisdreaming:

Sketch for Jesus the Son of Man, 1923

Kahlil Gibran (Lebanese, Bsharri 1883–1931 New York)




LL