parasoli:

 

 


Christian Dior FW 10 Makeup


Kasia Struss and Siri Tollerod

parasoli:

 

 

Christian Dior FW 10 Makeup

Kasia Struss and Siri Tollerod

artchipel:

Margaret Bowland (b.1953)

"Beauty makes sense to me, has weight for me, only when it falls from grace. It starts to matter when it carries damage. Sorrow allows it to cast a shadow. It becomes three-dimensional. It enters our world."

Margaret Bowland’s spellbinding and psychologically charged work brings viewers face to face with contentious culture while affirming the resilience and triumph of the human spirit. A masterful observer of life’s unpredictable nature, her work conveys universal themes through unusually specific insights. Bowland’s work explores the subtle and nuanced edges between strength and vulnerability, certainty and doubt, faith and disbelief. Bowland’s probing and deeply personal images call into question our societal expectations of gender, race, and beauty.

© All images courtesy of the artist ; artist portrait by Andrew Theodorakis/New York Daily

[more Margaret Bowland | artist recommended by by blackonwhiteorwhiteonblack]

guiltybody:

you haven’t seen a sunset until you’ve seen it 35000 feet in the air. I wish my phone could have got a better picture it was jaw dropping gorgeous


Matisse, young woman with head buried in arms, 1929

Matisse, young woman with head buried in arms, 1929

swamped:

Felix Sagmal
Photography: Tyson Ernste
Styling: Karen Van Binsbergen

boyirl:

Faces that I have to face before I sleep

불면, 29.7 × 42 cm, Pigment liner and marker on a paper, 2010

boyirl:

불면, 29.7 × 42 cm, Pigment liner and marker on a paper, 2010


Pablo Picasso, Combat de faune et de centaure, 24 August 1946

Pablo Picasso, Combat de faune et de centaure, 24 August 1946

thecuriousad:

Edward Norton on the set of Fight Club - 1999

thecuriousad:

Edward Norton on the set of Fight Club - 1999

historicaltimes:

This is Trench Warfare. Photo taken by an official British Photographer during WWI, c.1917

historicaltimes:

This is Trench Warfare. Photo taken by an official British Photographer during WWI, c.1917