The Louvre is evacuated before German invasion in 1939, its works returning in 1945
Watering the Garden
While you’re freezing your ass off, I’m suntanning in Florida!
(University of Miami-Special Collections)
Voltaire (via quotedojo)
Constantin Brâncuşi, Le Baiser, 1909
Not content with decorative 2D images, under Kazuki’s skilled hands frothy milk rises out of the mugs to resemble any number of pop culture characters that are sure to put a smile on your face.
Order two drinks and your beverages might be served up appearing to interact with each other. Coffee is already a great pick-me-up, but these kawaii beverages might be verging on over-the-counter anti-depressant territory.
Follow Kazuki Yamamoto on twitter to keep up with his delightful, drinkable artwork.
did this broccoli just flip me off?
Here I am in this month’s Shout Magazine! :) With a few nail photos and a little interview. My Batman nails also feature on the cover :O Exciting! :) xx
There aren’t many true glimpses at pre-Stonewall gay culture but The Queen, Frank Simon’s 1968 documentary about a national drag contest, would be exceptional even if such glimpses were limitless.
Drag queens from across the country — diva and bumpkin alike — descend on New York’s Town Hall for Miss All-America Camp Beauty Pagent 1967. There are star turns, of course — Jack Doroshow, known better lately as Mother Flawless Sabrina, is the unflappable 24-year old mistress of ceremonies, and Crystal LaBeija (below) who gives voice to tensions — of race, of class, of geography, of beauty, of toughness — that still rend gay culture.
While we take our drag today casually — with a shot of Absolut, and a bachelorette’s boa — in 1967 cross-dressing was illegal in most U.S. cities. Thus, “The Queen” was rated X.
rose mcgowan giving zero fucks at the 1999 vmas