Commercial & Editorial
Balenciaga, Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn 1950
lace face Suzy Parker, 1955, by Dan Wynn
Emanuel Ungaro, 1969. Photo by Guy Bourdin.
Art Jewelry, AnOther Magazine S/S09. Tilda Swinton shot by Craig McDean and styled by Panos Yiapanis, other information unavailable
Africa | Ibo Masquerades. Nigeria. 1931. | Isuama Ibo. Isu tribe. 'Okorosie' masquerade. Masks called 'Nwanyioma' and 'Akatakpuru' | ©Dr. G.I.Jones
Aaargh! Super-Humid in the garden tonight here in Houston, and the mosquitoes are thick as fog. Had to go outside, and they swarmed me - save yourselves and do this trick: Chop up several heads of garlic (cheap, organic and it's in the kitchen cabinet) before you spend any time outside, and scatter the garlic bits around your yard. You will see the clouds of mosquitoes swarm away from the garlic. They hate it. Good for about 24 hours or so... Houston Foodlovers
photographer Steven Meisel
In Roman mythology, Cloacina (Latin, cloaca: "sewer" or "drain") was the Goddess who presided over the Cloaca Maxima ("Great Drain"), the main trunk of the system of sewers in Rome. Titus Tatius, who reigned with Romulus, erected a statue to Cloacina as the spirit of the "Great Drain". As well as controlling sewers, she was also a protector of sexual intercourse in marriage.
“Magic in the Makeup”. Lisa Cant by Irving Penn