poboh:

Bez názvu / Untitled, Vilém Heckel. Czech Photographer (1918 - 1970)

poboh:

Bez názvu / Untitled, Vilém Heckel. Czech Photographer (1918 - 1970)

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1. Murs, Murs (1980) Agnès Varda

2. Nowhere (1997) Gregg Araki

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sciencefictiongallery:

Earle Bergey - This Way To Mars, 1951.

sciencefictiongallery:

Earle Bergey - This Way To Mars, 1951.

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anotherlimb:

One of my favorite record covers, “Drums And More Drums,” by Dickie Harrell.

anotherlimb:

One of my favorite record covers, “Drums And More Drums,” by Dickie Harrell.


artifactarchive:

The top image is from a deleted scene from the erotic fantasy/horror film, Cat People, directed by Paul Schrader released in 1982. The film is a reinterpretation of Cat People from 1942 by Val Lewton. This scene was inspired by Fernand Khnopff’s The Sphinx or The Caresses, painted in 1896.

It was cut from the film because it was deemed rather silly, but it’s also quite interesting. It would have occurred near the end of the film during a dream sequence by the lead character, Irena. The leopard woman was supposed to be Irena’s mother so they recruited Nastassja Kinski’s (who played Irena) real-life mother, actress Ruth Brigitte Tocki to play this part. Next to her is actor, Malcolm McDowell.


awesomepeoplehangingouttogether:

James Dean and Ronald Reagan, 1954

awesomepeoplehangingouttogether:

James Dean and Ronald Reagan, 1954


blueruins:

Gus Was A Friendly Ghost, written by Jane Thayer, illustrated by Seymour Fleishman, 1961.

blueruins:

Gus Was A Friendly Ghost, written by Jane Thayer, illustrated by Seymour Fleishman, 1961.


mondaysuicide:

Nowt/Aktion 4 (Limited edition of 100)

20 pages. Riso. Color paper. Published by Miedo. Printed by Medalariso.

ORDER here!

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entrecomics:

(Andrew Archer)

entrecomics:

(Andrew Archer)


lobbycards:

Fabiola, US lobby card #4. US theatrical release 1951

lobbycards:

Fabiola, US lobby card #4. US theatrical release 1951


humanoidhistory:

Apollo 15 clears the tower on 26 July 1971.

humanoidhistory:

Apollo 15 clears the tower on 26 July 1971.

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megatrip:

HEY… IS THAT A KNIFE?

megatrip:

HEY… IS THAT A KNIFE?

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kvetchlandia:

Ilia Grigorievich Chashnik     Cosmos: Red Circle on Black Surface    1925

kvetchlandia:

Ilia Grigorievich Chashnik     Cosmos: Red Circle on Black Surface    1925

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