wandrlust:

St. Louis, 1978 — Joel Meyerowitz

wandrlust:

St. Louis, 1978 — Joel Meyerowitz

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Chili cheese Devil Dog from the Soda Shop at the World War II Museum.

Chili cheese Devil Dog from the Soda Shop at the World War II Museum.



omgthatdress:

Ball Gown
Charles James, 1948
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

dreamy

omgthatdress:

Ball Gown

Charles James, 1948

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

dreamy


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omgthatdress:

Bathing Suit
Oleg Cassini, 1960s
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Olive and turquoise…aaaahhhh!

omgthatdress:

Bathing Suit

Oleg Cassini, 1960s

The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Olive and turquoise…aaaahhhh!


storyboard:

Hey Girl, Equality is Sexy: ‘Feminist Ryan Gosling’ Becomes a Book 

Classical feminist theory rarely gets picked up as fodder for pop culture. After all, who wants to riff on old dead white dudes waxing political about gender systems and identity structures? Fertile ground for gender studies journals, less so for meme blogs. And yet, take those theorists’ words and slap a hot actor’s face behind them, and suddenly, their message begins to mean something. Make that actor sensitive-movie-dude Ryan Gosling, and you’ve got yourself a bona fide feminist recruiting machine — as well as a viral sensation.

This is more or less the story behind Feminist Ryan Gosling, the blog created by a 34-year-old graduate student that took the internet by storm. No, Danielle Henderson was not a Ryan Gosling fan when she made the site (she’d never even seen “The Notebook”). Nor did she ever imagine that Gosling would swiftly come to represent all that was good and perfect in the world. Mostly, she was frustrated trying to memorize her gender studies homework — and decided to Photoshop Gosling’s face onto flashcards as a joke.

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secretdaydream:

Tigers drawn by Ping Zhu are the best kind of tigers.

secretdaydream:

Tigers drawn by Ping Zhu are the best kind of tigers.

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cocktailsandlipgloss:

IN WHICH the gals take the time to explore the contents of the inaugural POPSUGAR Must Have Bag, over tropical adult beverages; a debate regarding expectations and perceived value ensues; Amy wonders about the lack of variety in the bag and Bekah is too excited about multiple lipsticks to care. Who loved their POPSUGAR bag almost as much as pancakes? Who harbored more than a smidge of regret? Tune in and find out. Did you receive a POPSUGAR bag? We’d love to know what you thought of it.



explore-blog:

A single groove in a vinyl record, magnified 1000 times.

explore-blog:

A single groove in a vinyl record, magnified 1000 times.

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