steadymirin:

Antoine Vaillant

steadymirin:

Antoine Vaillant

agliuk:

Open mind for a different view. @kris_haigh

agliuk:

Open mind for a different view. @kris_haigh

agliuk:

Outside the box

agliuk:

Everything looks perfect from far away, “Come down now,” but we’ll stay…
Photo courtesy of honorary wolf @iamgalla
Thank you Adam Gallager for supporting @wolfpackny #wolfpackalc in our mission to END AIDS! (at Jersey Street)

agliuk:

Everything looks perfect from far away, “Come down now,” but we’ll stay…

Photo courtesy of honorary wolf @iamgalla

Thank you Adam Gallager for supporting @wolfpackny #wolfpackalc in our mission to END AIDS! (at Jersey Street)

agliuk:

"My skin is bare my skin is theirs” @juliencasas

agliuk:

"My skin is bare
my skin is theirs”
@juliencasas

agliuk:

Paris -> NY <- Alaska @juliencasas

agliuk:

Paris -> NY <- Alaska @juliencasas

Daisy and Harry Earles have a disagreement - “Freaks” (1932)  dir. by Tod Browning

newyorker:

A satirical sneak peek at the final season of “Mad Men”: http://nyr.kr/1mZhve0

— Roger Sterling receives the first liver transplant, which he celebrates with a Gibson martini. When admonished by a nurse, he cracks, “Come on, it’s like Christmas morning—I couldn’t wait to try it out.”
— More people die, to remind the characters that death is ubiquitous.
— Don has a series of flashbacks recounting his journey across the prairie in a wagon train of prostitutes.

Photograph courtesy AMC.

newyorker:

A satirical sneak peek at the final season of “Mad Men”: http://nyr.kr/1mZhve0

— Roger Sterling receives the first liver transplant, which he celebrates with a Gibson martini. When admonished by a nurse, he cracks, “Come on, it’s like Christmas morning—I couldn’t wait to try it out.”

— More people die, to remind the characters that death is ubiquitous.

— Don has a series of flashbacks recounting his journey across the prairie in a wagon train of prostitutes.

Photograph courtesy AMC.

likeafieldmouse:

Some of my Neo Rauch favorites:

1. Quicksilver

2. Haus

3. Repose

4. Industrial Kitchen

5. Baptism

6. Start

7. Reflection

8. Predecessor

chicagoscreenshots:

Doctor Detroit, 1983

chicagoscreenshots:

Doctor Detroit, 1983