The Cure - Fascination Street
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fvnervl:

The Cure - Fascination Street

thekimonogallery:

A specialized silk inner kimono- called “dounuki” - featuring shibori and faux-shibori patterning. Early Showa Period (1927-1940), Japan.  The Kimono Gallery

jareth-and-his-bowie replied to your post: i started reading lotr and the charact…

Wait for the description of Aragorn OMG it’s perfect

nothing will be as perfect as the description of Captain Hook in Peter Pan, but I’ll give Aragorn a chance uwu

get to know me || 5 male characters; Bernard Black

To be honest, after years of smoking and drinking, you do sometimes look at yourself and think, in between the first cigarette with coffee in the morning to that 400th glass of corner-shop piss at 3 a.m., you do sometimes look at yourself and think, “This is fantastic. I’m in heaven.”

theofmoviestills:

The Shining | Stanley Kubrick | 1980

Bob Dylan - Bob Dylan's 115th dream
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waitinforthebus:

Bob Dylan - Bob Dylan’s 115th Dream

they asked me for some collateral and i pulled down my pants. they threw me in the alley when up comes this girl from france

The real question is whether or not it was good
Anonymous

my stomach did drop so yes, it was good

susiediamonds:

~  Miss Twin Peaks  s02e21

candypriceless:

Twiggy by Justin De Villenueva and Klaus Voorman for Vogue UK, November 1968 

This picture was a colaboration between Klaus Voorman & Justin De Villeneuve. The picture had been intended to go on the cover but after seeing it, Vogue Staff thought it “too weird” for their publication. A series of pictures that went with the head were printed inside. A few months later the pictures were awarded the coveted ‘Art Directors’ Best Editorial Pictures of the Year.
Justin photographed Twiggy first then had A3 black & white prints made, which Klaus then drew and painted on. (x)

candypriceless:

Twiggy by Justin De Villenueva and Klaus Voorman for Vogue UK, November 1968 

This picture was a colaboration between Klaus Voorman & Justin De Villeneuve. The picture had been intended to go on the cover but after seeing it, Vogue Staff thought it “too weird” for their publication. A series of pictures that went with the head were printed inside. A few months later the pictures were awarded the coveted ‘Art Directors’ Best Editorial Pictures of the Year.

Justin photographed Twiggy first then had A3 black & white prints made, which Klaus then drew and painted on. (x)

savetheflower-1967:

Op Art eye glasses, 1966.

savetheflower-1967:

Op Art eye glasses, 1966.

The Doors - Riders on the Storm
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Riders on the Storm by The Doors

post-punker:

Ian Curtis of Joy Division at The Lyceum, London, February 29, 1980, by Chris Mills

post-punker:

Ian Curtis of Joy Division at The Lyceum, London, February 29, 1980, by Chris Mills