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Eartha Kitt. Photographed by Gordon Parks. (1952)

Eartha Kitt. Photographed by Gordon Parks. (1952)

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The Sartorialist / / Flea Markets of Saint-Ouen, Paris

The Sartorialist / / Flea Markets of Saint-Ouen, Paris

rookiemag:

You Can’t Fake Real

Surviving impostor syndrome. By Brodie. Illustration by Marjainez.

rookiemag:

You Can’t Fake Real

Surviving impostor syndrome. By Brodie. Illustration by Marjainez.

artchipel:

Curator’s Monday 153

Kawashima Kotori 川島小鳥 (b.1980, Japan) - Mirai-chan in Paris

Kotori Kawashima 川島小鳥 is a Tokyo born photographer, graduated from Waseda university. He started Mirai-chan 未来ちゃん photo series after meeting his friend’s child: “I was amazed by this creature. I wanted to take pictures of her after spending time with her during one year… I think the children are free, it is very interesting to listen to what they say, not boring to watch them, and they are so energetic. Everyone have a childish side, so I love to find it in my friends and people I meet for work.” (cf. Kitsuné)

Originally published in a small print run by a Tokyo gallery, Mirai-chan has been republished and reportedly was one of the best-selling photobooks in Japan, being selected the number one “Book of the Year 2011” by the Japanese magazine Da Vinci.

© All images courtesy of the artist

[more Kawashima Kotori 川島小鳥 | Curator’s Monday with Mumy]

lorenwohl:

St. Vincent // West 20th Street // New York, NY // July 2014
http://lorenwohl.com/

lorenwohl:

St. Vincent // West 20th Street // New York, NY // July 2014

http://lorenwohl.com/

Erwin Blumenfeld  ”Rage for Colors” published in Look, October 15, 1958 (via)

(Source: vintagegal)

glamour:

Painting by Clare Elsaesser *Dressed

glamour:

Painting by Clare Elsaesser *Dressed

took my newly-rediscovered knitting mojo and finally finished a thing that had been long languishing in my yarn basket and already have a new lovely on the needles and it feels so v nice
(mohair and silk möbius cowl adapted from Hiroko Fukatsu’s Horai Scarf pattern by just grafting the ends together w a half-twist)

took my newly-rediscovered knitting mojo and finally finished a thing that had been long languishing in my yarn basket and already have a new lovely on the needles and it feels so v nice

(mohair and silk möbius cowl adapted from Hiroko Fukatsu’s Horai Scarf pattern by just grafting the ends together w a half-twist)