Because nothing matters
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Margo Guryan - Love Songs

1968

carnetimaginaire:

Raquel Diaz, El interior del corazón.

carnetimaginaire:

Raquel Diaz, El interior del corazón.

rumpledwhoonmars:

Sorry, couldn’t help myself.

mmepastel:

Rien à ajouter.

mmepastel:

Rien à ajouter.

(Source: anitramm)

This gig is about more than a night out: It’s about what one woman’s return means, what it represents. Born within a month of Madonna and Michael Jackson, Kate Bush remains a rare female embodiment of complete creative control, something she established when the music business was a proper business. She was the first woman to write and perform a British #1 (“Wuthering Heights”) and have a British #1 album (Never for Ever), and she’s also produced her own work since 1982’s The Dreaming. She still defines her career, resolutely, on her own terms, but this doesn’t mean it’s not right to gawp at her uncritically—although tonight’s gig is a great one, it isn’t perfect.
izotecipotx:

Nguyen Thanh Binh | Vietnam 
School Girls | 2010

izotecipotx:

Nguyen Thanh Binh | Vietnam 

School Girls | 2010

(Source: artnet.com)

nevver:

Peanuts
anneyhall:

"I talk to God but the sky is empty."
Sylvia Plath

anneyhall:

"I talk to God but the sky is empty."

Sylvia Plath

books0977:

Woman Reading by Window. Jessie Wilcox Smith (American, 1863-1935).
Smith was a US illustrator famous for her magazine work in Ladies Home Journal and children’s book illustrations. In 1884, she attended the School of Design for Women and later studied under Thomas Eakins at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. After finishing school, she worked in the production department of the Ladies Home Journal for five years. She furthered her education by taking classes under Howard Pyle and also attending the Brandywine School.

books0977:

Woman Reading by Window. Jessie Wilcox Smith (American, 1863-1935).

Smith was a US illustrator famous for her magazine work in Ladies Home Journal and children’s book illustrations. In 1884, she attended the School of Design for Women and later studied under Thomas Eakins at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. After finishing school, she worked in the production department of the Ladies Home Journal for five years. She furthered her education by taking classes under Howard Pyle and also attending the Brandywine School.

nevver:

Peanuts
ladylikelady:

Joan Evans- c.1951

ladylikelady:

Joan Evans- c.1951

screengoddess:

Sylvia Sidney

screengoddess:

Sylvia Sidney

goregirlsdungeon:

Nico

goregirlsdungeon:

Nico

(Source: l-o-o-p-y)