bobbygio:

Paul Cadmus ( 1904-1999). Dancers Backstage


Discovered this artist as an undergrad. Still such a fan.

bobbygio:

Paul Cadmus ( 1904-1999). Dancers Backstage

Discovered this artist as an undergrad. Still such a fan.

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arcadezen:

"Tempest" flyer, 1982.

(via vazetti)

Now is the time. This is the hour. Ours is the magic. Ours is the power. Now is the time. This is the hour. Ours is the magic. Ours is the power. Now is the time. This is the hour. Ours is the magic. Ours is the power.
Now is the time. This is the hour. Ours is the magic. Ours is the power.

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Via Marvin Jones. “Keep your proud natural together.” The back up vocals are what makes it.

"1. Is the internet the future?

2. Are businesses succeeding on the internet?

3. Are you finding success on the internet?”

Someday, I will be able to answer yes to all of these questions. Thinking of using this for the first day of IS 30: Internet and Society. 

The Queen (1968): “The Queen was filmed in NYC in 1967 and released in theaters in 1968. In 1967 it was illegal for men to dress as women. The documentary follows a 1967 Drag pageant judged by Andy Warhol among others. It stars Jack Doroshow aka Flawless Mother Sabrina, Richard Finochio aka Rachel Harlow and Crystal LaBeija. Crystal went on to start The House of LaBeija pageants which was the premise of the 90’s documentary Paris is Burning.”

Watch the end (1:00:00) for a legendary read by Crystal LaBeija. “Crystal, where are you going? This is not the time to show temperament!”

We’ll never have it this good again.

comicsihave:


The New Mutants #24-29Cover art by Bill Sienkiewicz
Images from http://www.mycomicshop.com


Classic in New Mutants. Been reading old comics lately. They are much more densely written because they use thought bubbles. In most contemporary comics, the characters’ thoughts are not rendered in this way: more explosions and flashy graphics, but less introspection. *sigh* comicsihave:


The New Mutants #24-29Cover art by Bill Sienkiewicz
Images from http://www.mycomicshop.com


Classic in New Mutants. Been reading old comics lately. They are much more densely written because they use thought bubbles. In most contemporary comics, the characters’ thoughts are not rendered in this way: more explosions and flashy graphics, but less introspection. *sigh* comicsihave:


The New Mutants #24-29Cover art by Bill Sienkiewicz
Images from http://www.mycomicshop.com


Classic in New Mutants. Been reading old comics lately. They are much more densely written because they use thought bubbles. In most contemporary comics, the characters’ thoughts are not rendered in this way: more explosions and flashy graphics, but less introspection. *sigh* comicsihave:


The New Mutants #24-29Cover art by Bill Sienkiewicz
Images from http://www.mycomicshop.com


Classic in New Mutants. Been reading old comics lately. They are much more densely written because they use thought bubbles. In most contemporary comics, the characters’ thoughts are not rendered in this way: more explosions and flashy graphics, but less introspection. *sigh* comicsihave:


The New Mutants #24-29Cover art by Bill Sienkiewicz
Images from http://www.mycomicshop.com


Classic in New Mutants. Been reading old comics lately. They are much more densely written because they use thought bubbles. In most contemporary comics, the characters’ thoughts are not rendered in this way: more explosions and flashy graphics, but less introspection. *sigh* comicsihave:


The New Mutants #24-29Cover art by Bill Sienkiewicz
Images from http://www.mycomicshop.com


Classic in New Mutants. Been reading old comics lately. They are much more densely written because they use thought bubbles. In most contemporary comics, the characters’ thoughts are not rendered in this way: more explosions and flashy graphics, but less introspection. *sigh*

comicsihave:

The New Mutants #24-29
Cover art by Bill Sienkiewicz

Images from http://www.mycomicshop.com

Classic in New Mutants. Been reading old comics lately. They are much more densely written because they use thought bubbles. In most contemporary comics, the characters’ thoughts are not rendered in this way: more explosions and flashy graphics, but less introspection. *sigh*

Via SmashTV: Taking the A train to fashion, indeed. Why has no one ever hired Mr. T to do New York Fashion Week or the Ebony Fashion Fair?

gas-station-disco:

the demo lyrics for venus are so amazing

That’s my jam. gas-station-disco:

the demo lyrics for venus are so amazing

That’s my jam. gas-station-disco:

the demo lyrics for venus are so amazing

That’s my jam. gas-station-disco:

the demo lyrics for venus are so amazing

That’s my jam. gas-station-disco:

the demo lyrics for venus are so amazing

That’s my jam. gas-station-disco:

the demo lyrics for venus are so amazing

That’s my jam.

gas-station-disco:

the demo lyrics for venus are so amazing

That’s my jam.

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