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"Best shop in Brighton" Nick Cave RT @artrepublic: @nickcave just popped in & chose this print

"Best shop in Brighton" Nick Cave RT : just popped in & chose this print

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marcusblack1844:

october-seance:

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marcusblack1844:

october-seance:

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vintagegal:

Showgirl gets ready for the Folies Bergere show at the Hotel Tropicana, Las Vegas,1969 

vintagegal:

Showgirl gets ready for the Folies Bergere show at the Hotel Tropicana, Las Vegas,1969 



mrcheyl:

dre3k:

kayla-kunt:

yuu-ung:

jeffreycaluag:

"Anaconda" - Nicki Minaj 

Choreography by: Jeffrey Caluag & Dimitri Mendez

They went in

This gave me eternal life.

lol they go in at :38 though

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beautynursedondarkness:

Art (Work in Progress) by Akira Beard, 2011

beautynursedondarkness:

Art (Work in Progress) by Akira Beard, 2011



red-lipstick:

Benjamin König  (b. 1976, based Upper Bavaria, Germany) - Untitled

red-lipstick:

Benjamin König  (b. 1976, based Upper Bavaria, Germany) - Untitled

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dekonstruktivisme:

Véronique Leroy autumn—winter 1998—99.
Véronique Leroy, who works in Paris, won the Gouden Spoel (Golden Spindle) competition in 1989. She was the first and only non-graduate of the Antwerp Fashion Academy (she studied at Studio Berçot in Paris) to win this prestigious award. After her studies she worked for a while as an assistant to Azzedine Alaïa and Martine Sitbon. In 1991 she presented her first collection.
Véronique Leroy has developed her own signature, with seemingly relaxed radicalness and an aversion to trends and avant-garde. Her designs are just incredibly feminine and sexy. She stands for radical, ‘unguarded’ elegance, and she always went, already in times when fashion was still dictated by minimalism, for an uncompromising ‘sensuel de l’éclat’ (the sensuality of brilliancy). 
She converts anything which ‘better’ taste labels vulgar into ‘sublimely vulgar’. She replaces ‘noble’ materials with common ones, which she elevates in her creations by treating them just as respectfully. She uses materials like lurex, vinyl, polyester and fake fur, or synthetic leather-imitations, superimposing prints that feature from predators to marsupials. 
And goes on to add bright colours, such as pink, apple green and gold. The finish? As perfect as perfect can be. To quote the last paragraph of a poem that Stéphanie Cohen wrote about her: Her soul is not black, her skin not white./She is full of colours, way off trends/Her life is not clear, her fashion not a rose,/her tongue is rather clear, for the one that can hear. 

dekonstruktivisme:

Véronique Leroy autumn—winter 1998—99.

Véronique Leroy, who works in Paris, won the Gouden Spoel (Golden Spindle) competition in 1989. She was the first and only non-graduate of the Antwerp Fashion Academy (she studied at Studio Berçot in Paris) to win this prestigious award. After her studies she worked for a while as an assistant to Azzedine Alaïa and Martine Sitbon. In 1991 she presented her first collection.

Véronique Leroy has developed her own signature, with seemingly relaxed radicalness and an aversion to trends and avant-garde. Her designs are just incredibly feminine and sexy. She stands for radical, ‘unguarded’ elegance, and she always went, already in times when fashion was still dictated by minimalism, for an uncompromising ‘sensuel de l’éclat’ (the sensuality of brilliancy). 

She converts anything which ‘better’ taste labels vulgar into ‘sublimely vulgar’. She replaces ‘noble’ materials with common ones, which she elevates in her creations by treating them just as respectfully. She uses materials like lurex, vinyl, polyester and fake fur, or synthetic leather-imitations, superimposing prints that feature from predators to marsupials. 

And goes on to add bright colours, such as pink, apple green and gold. The finish? As perfect as perfect can be. To quote the last paragraph of a poem that Stéphanie Cohen wrote about her: Her soul is not black, her skin not white./She is full of colours, way off trends/Her life is not clear, her fashion not a rose,/her tongue is rather clear, for the one that can hear. 

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asylum-art:

The Visionary Worlds of Agostino Arrivabene

Artist on Tumblr | Facebook

MIROIR Magazine:  There is a spiritual quality to your paintings, what inspires the visions you paint?

Agostino Arrivabene:  I think it’s a dimension of suspense and anticipation. Since I was a child, when I lost my mother prematurely, this loss placed me in front of the unknown, and that which abruptly takes life. For me, death, from the start, became synonymous with questions without answers and for a long time death became identified with a voyage without destination, a search towards the unknown. The certainty and conviction in myself grew roots towards that diaphragm that divides the real world from the spiritual. The diaphragm that separates and the vibrations necessary to give pictorial substance to my iconographic world. 

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nemfrog:

Vest fronts, etc. H. O’Neil’s Fall and Winter Catalogue, 1890-91.

nemfrog:

Vest fronts, etc. H. O’Neil’s Fall and Winter Catalogue, 1890-91.

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thebitchpudding:

when you have a really good idea but don’t know how to do the thing

image

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