Mary Annette

magictransistor:

Hannah Höch. White Horse, Untitled, Totem Pole, Am Nil I, Die Starken Männer, Love, Degenerate, Flight (top to bottom). 1916-1969. 

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transnormativity:

This is a fund set up for the people who have been arrested while protesting in Ferguson. Please donate if you can and share widely. This is concrete action we can take to support the people of Ferguson. Also please call your local representative and let them know you do not agree with what’s happening. Here’s a script and a way to find the contact info for your local reps. 

Please signal boost.

I donated, and you should too!

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Punks photographed by Steven Johnston, 1977

Punks photographed by Steven Johnston, 1977

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ghostghost:

Sarah McNeil and I collaborated on this illustration to go along with our launch of Imaginary Fronds zine. It’s two colour risograph amazingness and I’m so happy with how it turned out. You can buy one on etsy here.

ghostghost:

Sarah McNeil and I collaborated on this illustration to go along with our launch of Imaginary Fronds zine. It’s two colour risograph amazingness and I’m so happy with how it turned out. You can buy one on etsy here.

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sixpenceee:

VICTORIAN MOURNING JEWELRY 

During the Victorian era, it was common to wear “mourning jewelry”. This jewelry typically included hair from deceased loved one.

The deceased loved one’s hair would be carefully arranged within the brooch, often creating intricate pictures or designs.

Hair was considered to be an ideal keepsake, since it does not break down over time.

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fawnvelveteen:

LADY’S HIGH FOUR-STRAP SHOES with CUTWORK, c. 1913

fawnvelveteen:

LADY’S HIGH FOUR-STRAP SHOES with CUTWORK, c. 1913

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analogcinema:


Erica Schreiner - Butterfly Eat still from Erase ©2011

analogcinema:

Erica Schreiner - Butterfly Eat still from Erase ©2011

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When I’m at a party, I get jealous when I see pictures on the internet of people at home making art.

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