roserosette:

The Howl, 1968, Tinto Brass
snowce:

Sasha Kurmaz, Museum of the Great Patriotic War, Kiev, Ukraine

snowce:

Sasha Kurmaz, Museum of the Great Patriotic War, Kiev, Ukraine

(Source: mpdrolet)

nabiloou:

Lilita Postaža  (via Lilita Postaža)

nabiloou:

Lilita Postaža
(via Lilita Postaža)

snowce:

Max Ernst, Paysage Noir, 1923

snowce:

Max Ernst, Paysage Noir, 1923

(Source: lawrenceleemagnuson)

cinemasavage:

Lifespan (Dir. Sandy Whitelaw, 1975)

cinemasavage:

Lifespan (Dir. Sandy Whitelaw, 1975)

thepastsituation:

Portrait of an unidentified Maori girl in traditional costume holding a poi. Taken by Frank J Denton in June, 1903.

thepastsituation:

Portrait of an unidentified Maori girl in traditional costume holding a poi. Taken by Frank J Denton in June, 1903.

(Source: natlib.govt.nz)

catsofsilentfilm:

Evelyn Nesbit
Evelyn Nesbit was a chorus girl, artist’s model, and famous beauty during the early days of the 20th century. In 1906 she was involved in a scandal and a sensationalist trial when her abusive, exploitative husband murdered her rapist. In 1907 she starred as herself in a “ripped from the headlines” short film called The Unwritten Law depicting the events of the murder. She made 12 more films from 1914-1932.

catsofsilentfilm:

Evelyn Nesbit

Evelyn Nesbit was a chorus girl, artist’s model, and famous beauty during the early days of the 20th century. In 1906 she was involved in a scandal and a sensationalist trial when her abusive, exploitative husband murdered her rapist. In 1907 she starred as herself in a “ripped from the headlines” short film called The Unwritten Law depicting the events of the murder. She made 12 more films from 1914-1932.

miss-catastrofes-naturales:

Andrei Tarkovsky

Polaroids

dirtypeanutgirl:

Kazuo Umezu

dirtypeanutgirl:

Kazuo Umezu

(Source: sniffaniie)

The White Bird Marked With Black (Yuri Ilyenko, 1971)

(Source: batarde)

churchsext:

in case anyone was considering buying a shirt with that image, the man in the photo is requesting that people dont buy it 

oppress-yourself:

Vive L’Amour (Tsai Ming-liang, 1994)