Mrs D.

Things that inspire me or make me laugh.

dangerousinthedark:

Last Time I and You, by Carla Marie- She photographed the same woman for 12 years.

“Can you imagine that act of looking and seeing and reseeing just to try to get to the truth of someone.”

dangerousinthedark:

Last Time I and You, by Carla Marie- She photographed the same woman for 12 years.

“Can you imagine that act of looking and seeing and reseeing just to try to get to the truth of someone.”

(Source: dangerous-muse)

chouetterweather:

the smiths are so fucking funny. i think people forget that their lyrics are tongue in cheek.

(via frickscale-deactivated20140322)

(Source: balloonies)

(via crowcrow)

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autumndewilde:

Mom and Dad the day they got married
They got married at the courthouse downtown and then went to china town for tea cakes

How great do they look?

autumndewilde:

Mom and Dad the day they got married

They got married at the courthouse downtown and then went to china town for tea cakes

How great do they look?

theglitoris:

New Video from Professor Possesor! @professorposses

Professor Possessor have just released the video to their first single “Valley Girl” from their new album ‘Strange Paradise’. 

stevedietgoedde:

Shoes and stockings of Smoking Mary Jane at the @davenaz and @girlvert party last night. #highheels #stilettos #stockings #shoes #feet #legs (Taken with Instagram)

The shoes are by Iron Fist, I might add.

stevedietgoedde:

Shoes and stockings of Smoking Mary Jane at the @davenaz and @girlvert party last night. #highheels #stilettos #stockings #shoes #feet #legs (Taken with Instagram)

The shoes are by Iron Fist, I might add.

picturedept:

The Glittering World

Molly Surno is a multi-disciplinary artist, her work ranging from immersive and itinerant public film screenings (Cinema 16), to an upcoming documentary about the Miss Trans World Indian pageant. “The Glittering World” is a series of Polaroid photographs taken with the transgender Native American community while working on this film.

Her work reveals a new reality not only outside of societal norms, but also outside of stereotypical perspectives on subcultures altogether. When we think drag queens, we think pink, heeled, altogether with Western feminine ideals. When we think desert, we do not think disco ball. “The Glittering World” reminds us of the profound diversity of America, and how we yield new traditions through our historical fantasies and present desires. Surno’s use of expired Polaroid film even feels radical, and outside of the usual analog mourning—“nostalgia isn’t what it used to be.”

“The Glittering World” is on view, along with more of Surno’s work, at Gasser / Grunert, closing this week, Friday, July 13.

Images courtesy the artist and Klemens Gasser & Tanja Grunert, Inc.

Gasser / Grunert
524 West 19th Street
New York, NY 10011

m-o-o-n-w-h-i-s-p-e-r:

Lion’s mane jellyfish, August 1973

m-o-o-n-w-h-i-s-p-e-r:

Lion’s mane jellyfish, August 1973

(Source: nationalgeographicscans, via mushroomm)

whetherowl:

unworn dresses prepared for Amy Winehouse’s final tour

whetherowl:

unworn dresses prepared for Amy Winehouse’s final tour

(via kitschyliving)

sisterwolf:

Helene Shelda, late 1920s

sisterwolf:

Helene Shelda, late 1920s