Category inspire

david-fredrik: “Thin Air” by David Fredrik Moussallem  30” x 30” x 1.5” / Acrylic & Collage on wood panel www.davidfredrik.com

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Bewitching treasure recently received: What is a Witch by Pam Grossman and Tin Can Forest. I’ve been sitting here, with this extraordinary book on my lap, trying to put into words the frisson that began when I first unwrapped it and only increased with the turning of each page. I had tears in my eyes by the last. But, in a most welcome contrast to the last few days, not tears of grief. No, these were something else entirely, something very potent indeed. Suffice it to say that I should have bott...

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#books, #art, #illustration, #reading, #what_is_a_witch, #pam_grossman, #phantasmaphile, #tin_can_forest, #dirge_magazine, #witch, #witches, #witchcraft, #feminism, #witchery

Today on Haute Macabre we’re daydreaming about garbing ourselves in Iris van Herpen’s Spring 2018 Couture collection. Because who doesn’t want to look like bewitching biotech from a futuristic utopian fever dream?Ludi Naturae: Iris van Herpen Spring 2018 Couture

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#haute_macabre, #iris_van_herpen, #ludi_naturae, #spring_2018_couture, #haute_couture, #fashion

May 6, 2012
September 21, 2017 Sam CookeVIA

Wayne F. Miller“An alley between overcrowded tenements, with garbage thrown over the railings of the back porches. Most of the area’s tenants were transient.”Midwest, 1946-1949From “The Way of Life of the Northern Negro”Published in Ebony, December 1951From Wayne F. Miller: Photographs 1942-1958

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#vintage, #black_and_white, #photography, #photojournalism, #street_photography, #1940s, #usa, #midwest, #street_scene, #city_life, #city_dweller, #poverty, #tenements, #poll

March 18, 2012