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ted shawn nudes | Bajo el Signo de Libra: Edwin F. Townsend
Skeleton outfit, with a zip-open ribcage to reveal the heart.
Fanny Gaïda. S) French Ballerina (b. in 1961). Entered Paris Opera Ballet School in 1973. Joined corps of Paris Opera Ballet in 1978, became Sujet in '81, Première Danseuse in '89 and finally Etoile in 1993 (after her debut as Giselle).
"Swimming Pool" at The 21st Century Museum of Art of Kanazawa, Japan by Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich. Brilliant.
do you get wet??
do you get wet???
that's pretty cool! i bet its like a door underground or something, and then like a piece of glass with water on the surface and the inside either painted blue or more water added to the top of the glass
but that's just my guess
"flying houses" by laurent chéhère
So strange, I have no idea why I love this so much, but I do!
Laura Jarrell - I feel like you would dig this!
oh wow, this is amazing! I love it.
Funny family photo? I don't know... it could be great... could be horrid... Maybe just for a personal laugh, not for the family christmas card.
"neatly arranged triangles" was the original Pinterest title, but I think that is Ray Eames there. Details and credits seem to be far and few inbetween here on Pinterest.
Masks by illustrator Saul Steinberg, photographed by Inge Morath in New York, c. 1960.