The Last Whisper - Paulina Otylie Surys for Rosemunda magazine
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The Last WhisperPaulina Otylie Surys for Rosemunda magazine

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Poster designed by Marian Nowinski for Jaromil Jires’ Katapulta, 1985

Poster designed by Marian Nowinski for Jaromil Jires’ Katapulta, 1985




heksenhaus:

q lazzarus- ‘goodbye horses (12” mix.)’




Heinrich Heidersberger for L’almanach Prisma, 1952 [crop]
Via Au carrefour étrange

Heinrich Heidersberger for L’almanach Prisma, 1952 [crop]

Via Au carrefour étrange




regardintemporel:

Sayaka Maruyama - Japan Avant Garde, 2010

regardintemporel:

Sayaka Maruyama - Japan Avant Garde, 2010




lamelancoly:

Vito Acconci - Conversions II: Insistence, Adaptation, Groundwork, Display, 1971.

lamelancoly:

Vito Acconci - Conversions II: Insistence, Adaptation, Groundwork, Display, 1971.




rrosehobart:

From Photo Almanach Prisma, 1952
: aucarrefouretrange.blogspot.com

rrosehobart:

From Photo Almanach Prisma, 1952

: aucarrefouretrange.blogspot.com




frenchtwist:

Mask by Toshiko Okanoue, 1952

frenchtwist:

Mask by Toshiko Okanoue, 1952




Meret Oppenheim II by Man Ray, 1933

Meret Oppenheim II by Man Ray, 1933




“The rims of his eyelids were burning. A blow received straightens a man up and makes the body move forward, to return that blow, or a punch-to jump, to get a hard-on, to dance: to be alive. But a blow received may also cause you to bend over, to shake, to fall down, to die. When we see life, we call it beautiful. When we see death, we call it ugly. But it is more beautiful still to see oneself living at great speed, right up to the moment of death. Detectives, poets, domestic servants and priests rely on abjection. From it, they draw their power. It circulates in their veins. It nourishes them.” — Jean Genet, Querelle


La Gaffeuse (The Blunderer) by Marcel Mariën, 1987

La Gaffeuse (The Blunderer) by Marcel Mariën, 1987




lauramcphee:

Label for Belle Haleine parfum, featuring Marcel Duchamp as his alter-ego Rose Sélavy, 1921 (Man Ray)
Great piece here about this particular piece, Duchamp in drag and his foray into the perfume business.

lauramcphee:

Label for Belle Haleine parfum, featuring Marcel Duchamp as his alter-ego Rose Sélavy, 1921 (Man Ray)

Great piece here about this particular piece, Duchamp in drag and his foray into the perfume business.




Illustration by Hans Bellmer from L’Anatomie de l’Image (Anatomy of the Image)
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Illustration by Hans Bellmer from L’Anatomie de l’Image (Anatomy of the Image)

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Dennis Hopper and Isabella Rossellini in Blue Velvet (David Lynch, 1986)

(via tree-stump-palacegibsonsrosegarden)




Untitled by Sanne Sannes, 1959-1964
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Untitled by Sanne Sannes, 1959-1964

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