Statuette of a naked woman, maybe the Great Goddess of Babylon (or Ishtar). From the necropolis of Hillah, near Babylon.
Oil on Canvas
24” x 20¾” Inches
Kendal Murray: Plant Sculptures
Less than two days left to prepare for Hood Bush. Friday at dawn, we ride. Or about like 9 or so.
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Yinka Shonibare, MBE
How To Blow Up Two Heads At Once (Gentlemen) – image Axel Schneider © MMK Frankfurt
Lost in the brick wilderness. Model: raynetupelo
title theme song from the space western Moon Zero Two courtesy of the combined talents of Julie Driscoll and Don Ellis with his Orchestra.
when two of your friends get into an argument and they both try to drag you in for support and you’re like
We’re remembering Donyale Luna, the first African-American to appear on the cover of British Vogue in 1966. The 6’2” model also appeared on the cover of Harper’s Baazar in 1965, posed nude for Playboy in 1975 and several films produced by Andy Warhol. She overcame many prejudices during her time. Yet, she was a troubled woman with a beautiful soul, who was described as someone who was “living in a wonderland, a dream” at a young age. She attempted to distance herself from racial controversy and began a bad drug habit. Luna died at age 32 in 1979, leaving behind her young daughter, Dream and a legacy remembered thru Black History.
Hans Silvester - More from the Natural Fashion series (2006-7)
Hard Harder Hardest The Face May 2001 by Solve Sundsbo