When I Still Had a Tail...
when i still had a tail, my balance was significantly better.
When I Still Had a Tail...
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micropolisnyc:

Fascinating. These girls started performing for American soldiers in 1954 for chocolate and beer which they then exchanged for food. And since they didn’t know any English, they had to phonetically memorize every song ahead of time — country hits like “Ole Buttermilk Sky.” THE ROOTS OF K-POP.
neatorino:

The Kim Sisters

(from the website above) 
[The Kim Sisters] were a South Korean trio who had a successful career in America during the 50’s and 60’s. To support their family during the Korean War, they performed songs for American GIs who then spread word of them after returning home. They were signed to a contract and went to the US, eventually performing 22 times on The Ed Sullivan Show.


Can I just add how much I love that they were successful Asian-Americans in the mid-20th century? Also I’m glad vintage style inspiration isn’t spared for Asian women!
micropolisnyc:

Fascinating. These girls started performing for American soldiers in 1954 for chocolate and beer which they then exchanged for food. And since they didn’t know any English, they had to phonetically memorize every song ahead of time — country hits like “Ole Buttermilk Sky.” THE ROOTS OF K-POP.
neatorino:

The Kim Sisters

(from the website above) 
[The Kim Sisters] were a South Korean trio who had a successful career in America during the 50’s and 60’s. To support their family during the Korean War, they performed songs for American GIs who then spread word of them after returning home. They were signed to a contract and went to the US, eventually performing 22 times on The Ed Sullivan Show.


Can I just add how much I love that they were successful Asian-Americans in the mid-20th century? Also I’m glad vintage style inspiration isn’t spared for Asian women!
micropolisnyc:

Fascinating. These girls started performing for American soldiers in 1954 for chocolate and beer which they then exchanged for food. And since they didn’t know any English, they had to phonetically memorize every song ahead of time — country hits like “Ole Buttermilk Sky.” THE ROOTS OF K-POP.
neatorino:

The Kim Sisters

(from the website above) 
[The Kim Sisters] were a South Korean trio who had a successful career in America during the 50’s and 60’s. To support their family during the Korean War, they performed songs for American GIs who then spread word of them after returning home. They were signed to a contract and went to the US, eventually performing 22 times on The Ed Sullivan Show.


Can I just add how much I love that they were successful Asian-Americans in the mid-20th century? Also I’m glad vintage style inspiration isn’t spared for Asian women!
micropolisnyc:

Fascinating. These girls started performing for American soldiers in 1954 for chocolate and beer which they then exchanged for food. And since they didn’t know any English, they had to phonetically memorize every song ahead of time — country hits like “Ole Buttermilk Sky.” THE ROOTS OF K-POP.
neatorino:

The Kim Sisters

(from the website above) 
[The Kim Sisters] were a South Korean trio who had a successful career in America during the 50’s and 60’s. To support their family during the Korean War, they performed songs for American GIs who then spread word of them after returning home. They were signed to a contract and went to the US, eventually performing 22 times on The Ed Sullivan Show.


Can I just add how much I love that they were successful Asian-Americans in the mid-20th century? Also I’m glad vintage style inspiration isn’t spared for Asian women!
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mpdrolet:

From Flower Strays
Jonathan May
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vaneillustration:

Second print of "Bajo la superficie" series” /// Segundo grabado de "Bajo la superficie"
vaneillustration:

Second print of "Bajo la superficie" series” /// Segundo grabado de "Bajo la superficie"
vaneillustration:

Second print of "Bajo la superficie" series” /// Segundo grabado de "Bajo la superficie"
vaneillustration:

Second print of "Bajo la superficie" series” /// Segundo grabado de "Bajo la superficie"
vaneillustration:

Second print of "Bajo la superficie" series” /// Segundo grabado de "Bajo la superficie"
vaneillustration:

Second print of "Bajo la superficie" series” /// Segundo grabado de "Bajo la superficie"
vaneillustration:

Second print of "Bajo la superficie" series” /// Segundo grabado de "Bajo la superficie"
vaneillustration:

Second print of "Bajo la superficie" series” /// Segundo grabado de "Bajo la superficie"
vaneillustration:

Second print of "Bajo la superficie" series” /// Segundo grabado de "Bajo la superficie"
vaneillustration:

Second print of "Bajo la superficie" series” /// Segundo grabado de "Bajo la superficie"
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phillipdvorak:

One of my figure drawings - charcoal on paper.
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reckon:

Artist Aganetha Dyck Collaborates with Bees to Create Sculptures Wrapped in Honeycomb

The Canadian artist has long been interested in inter-species communication…

More at Colossal
reckon:

Artist Aganetha Dyck Collaborates with Bees to Create Sculptures Wrapped in Honeycomb

The Canadian artist has long been interested in inter-species communication…

More at Colossal
reckon:

Artist Aganetha Dyck Collaborates with Bees to Create Sculptures Wrapped in Honeycomb

The Canadian artist has long been interested in inter-species communication…

More at Colossal
reckon:

Artist Aganetha Dyck Collaborates with Bees to Create Sculptures Wrapped in Honeycomb

The Canadian artist has long been interested in inter-species communication…

More at Colossal
reckon:

Artist Aganetha Dyck Collaborates with Bees to Create Sculptures Wrapped in Honeycomb

The Canadian artist has long been interested in inter-species communication…

More at Colossal
reckon:

Artist Aganetha Dyck Collaborates with Bees to Create Sculptures Wrapped in Honeycomb

The Canadian artist has long been interested in inter-species communication…

More at Colossal
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bunnyfood:

(via tastefullyoffensive:via)
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tulip-girls:

qwear:


Ellen Page arrives at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscars Party

Thank you, Ellen Page


I’d die to have an oscar date like her. Just imagine. Ugh.

Dude just gimme dat suit or whatever
tulip-girls:

qwear:


Ellen Page arrives at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscars Party

Thank you, Ellen Page


I’d die to have an oscar date like her. Just imagine. Ugh.

Dude just gimme dat suit or whatever
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iftadwascool:

Staring at this for 10 minutes has been the best decision I’ve made all week.
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jamais-deux-sans-trois:

An aerial photograph of a dried up river bed in Mexico.
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amorsexus:

not the same
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anima-dispersus-est:

likeafieldmouse:

Rik Garrett - Symbiosis (2010-11)
Artist’s statement: 
"An integral concept of Alchemy is ‘Solve et Coagula’ – dissolve and combine.  This is the secret key to manifesting the Philosopher’s Stone, Elixr of Life and immortality. This ideal is represented with the image of the Rebis – a two-headed hermaphrodite that holds the assets of both genders."

Kat.
anima-dispersus-est:

likeafieldmouse:

Rik Garrett - Symbiosis (2010-11)
Artist’s statement: 
"An integral concept of Alchemy is ‘Solve et Coagula’ – dissolve and combine.  This is the secret key to manifesting the Philosopher’s Stone, Elixr of Life and immortality. This ideal is represented with the image of the Rebis – a two-headed hermaphrodite that holds the assets of both genders."

Kat.
anima-dispersus-est:

likeafieldmouse:

Rik Garrett - Symbiosis (2010-11)
Artist’s statement: 
"An integral concept of Alchemy is ‘Solve et Coagula’ – dissolve and combine.  This is the secret key to manifesting the Philosopher’s Stone, Elixr of Life and immortality. This ideal is represented with the image of the Rebis – a two-headed hermaphrodite that holds the assets of both genders."

Kat.
anima-dispersus-est:

likeafieldmouse:

Rik Garrett - Symbiosis (2010-11)
Artist’s statement: 
"An integral concept of Alchemy is ‘Solve et Coagula’ – dissolve and combine.  This is the secret key to manifesting the Philosopher’s Stone, Elixr of Life and immortality. This ideal is represented with the image of the Rebis – a two-headed hermaphrodite that holds the assets of both genders."

Kat.
anima-dispersus-est:

likeafieldmouse:

Rik Garrett - Symbiosis (2010-11)
Artist’s statement: 
"An integral concept of Alchemy is ‘Solve et Coagula’ – dissolve and combine.  This is the secret key to manifesting the Philosopher’s Stone, Elixr of Life and immortality. This ideal is represented with the image of the Rebis – a two-headed hermaphrodite that holds the assets of both genders."

Kat.