divadietrich:

Marlene Dietrich in Morocco. 1930.

divadietrich:

Marlene Dietrich in Morocco. 1930.

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halftrue:

if you are white, and you understand why you wouldn’t say “your mom” to somebody whose mother is dead, but you would say it to your friend whose mother is alive and well, then you understand why you shouldn’t use the n-word but why “cracker” is not that big a deal

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museumuesum:

Erik Olson

I Fucking Love Space, 2011
oil on panel, 48 x 36 inches

Mercury, 2011
oil on panel, 48 x 36 inches

Venus, 2011
oil on panel, 48 x 36 inches

Earth, 2011
oil on canvas, 72 x 84 inches

Mars, Fear & Dread, 2011
oil on panel, 48 x 36 inches

Jupiter, 2011
oil on panel, 48 x 36 inches

Saturn, 2011
oil on panel, 48 x 36 inches

Uranus, 2011
oil on panel, 48 x 36 inches

Neptune, 2011
oil on panel, 48 x 36 inches

The Gateway (Hubble Deep Field), 2011
oil on canvas, 72 x 84 inches

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theparisreview:

Matthew Weiner’s notes for Mad Men, season 3. “TV writing is for people who hate being alone more than htey hate writing.”

kelsfjord

theparisreview:

Matthew Weiner’s notes for Mad Men, season 3. “TV writing is for people who hate being alone more than htey hate writing.”

kelsfjord

moshita:

anatomical embroidery

Megan Canning

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Buck O’Neil, from Joe Posnanski’s The Soul of Baseball.

Buck O’Neil, from Joe Posnanski’s The Soul of Baseball.

If only, instead of that noisy, bawling, crying little person, you could have produced an antelope baby.
Important things, noted.