mock-up of a princess vs princess page
shoujo style spontaneous flowers GO
…i’m feeling this
this pleases me
“I will be painting nails (for free!) at the Tate Modern on Saturday the 24th March. I’ll be doing nail designs inspired by the amazing work of Yayoi Kusama, from her exhibition which is currently on show at the Tate Modern. The event is being put on by Tate Collectives and there will be lots of interesting things to come and do and see on the day, including a silent disco, so come along and see what it’s all about! Here are a few designs I’ve done based on Kusama’s work, some of which I’ll be offering on the 24th!” (via BOOM NAILS: KUSAMA NAIL ART FOR THE TATE MODERN)
If you’re in London this weekend, take advantage of this great opportunity!
For Pusheen, I love you.
It’s so cute! Thank you!
Walker Evans, Graffiti: Dead End, c. 1973-74
From the Getty Museum:
“After all, I am getting older, and I feel that nobody should touch a Polaroid until he’s over sixty,” remarked Walker Evans in an interview the year that he died. He was introduced to the instantaneous Polaroid SX-70 camera and color film in 1972 and used it for two years, primarily making portraits of colleagues, friends, and students. Eventually he made more than 2,400 Polaroid images.
In this photograph, Evans’s familiar love of signs and words is evident in the cryptic message “DEAD END” that has been spray-painted on a metal sign. It is uncanny as well as ironic, given that the Polaroid camera marked a new and fruitful path in Evans’s career.
PHOTO OP: Awkward Family Portrait
China Glaze - Shower Together
Sinful - Innocent
Orly - Prince Charming
Plates BM212 & BM02
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