paintdeath:

Sculpture by Kate Macdowell

paintdeath:

Sculpture by Kate Macdowell

f3nnekin:

inner—utopia:

Bless that one person in every group that is like “keep going, I’m listening” and encourages you to finish your story even when everyone else is talking over you.

(via ench4nt)

rhymingthings:

edwardspoonhands:

As Michael would say…LoLoLoLoLoLoLoL

MOLLY/SARAH IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU SEE THIS

AGH OH MY GOD YESSSSSSS

rhymingthings:

edwardspoonhands:

As Michael would say…LoLoLoLoLoLoLoL

MOLLY/SARAH IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU SEE THIS

AGH OH MY GOD YESSSSSSS

omgthatdress:

Shoes
1927
The Victoria & Albert Museum

omgthatdress:

Shoes

1927

The Victoria & Albert Museum

asylum-art:

A Towering Figure Enclosed Within a Glass Greenhouse by Susanne Ussing
Susanne Ussing, ‘I Drivhuset’ (‘In the Greenhouse’), 1980. Ussing was a Danish artist and architect, with a special interest ceramics. This mixed-media piece brings together the world of sculpture and architecture by placing the former inside the latter. Classical parallels are easily conjured here. Like a latter-day (and feminine) Zeus at Olympia, this ginormous female figure is too large for the confines of the glasshouse, which looks like it might shatter were she to move too freely; like a Crouching Aphrodite of immodest proportions, she looks vulnerable and coquettish all at once. At the same time, her skin of newspapers and skeleton of metal and wood thoroughly modern - not quite distracting from the gracefulness of her pose, but instead under-girding her with firm foundations.

Susanne Ussing (1940-1998, Danish) - I Drivhuset installed at Ordrupgaardsamlingen (In the Glasshouse), Denmark, 1980. It is composed of granite and porous materials.

asylum-art:

A Towering Figure Enclosed Within a Glass Greenhouse by Susanne Ussing

Susanne Ussing, ‘I Drivhuset’ (‘In the Greenhouse’), 1980. Ussing was a Danish artist and architect, with a special interest ceramics. This mixed-media piece brings together the world of sculpture and architecture by placing the former inside the latter. Classical parallels are easily conjured here. Like a latter-day (and feminine) Zeus at Olympia, this ginormous female figure is too large for the confines of the glasshouse, which looks like it might shatter were she to move too freely; like a Crouching Aphrodite of immodest proportions, she looks vulnerable and coquettish all at once. At the same time, her skin of newspapers and skeleton of metal and wood thoroughly modern - not quite distracting from the gracefulness of her pose, but instead under-girding her with firm foundations.

Susanne Ussing (1940-1998, Danish) - I Drivhuset installed at Ordrupgaardsamlingen (In the Glasshouse), Denmark, 1980. It is composed of granite and porous materials.

(via whisperingcloud)

davetriesballet:

Gorgeous GIF.
ladycharmed:

Perfection.
justletmedance17:

This is probably my favorite gif ever.

davetriesballet:

Gorgeous GIF.

ladycharmed:

Perfection.

justletmedance17:

This is probably my favorite gif ever.

(Source: x-eon, via 101ballet)

fratboysegs:

my favorite tweet at the moment

fratboysegs:

my favorite tweet at the moment

(via liamdryden)