Another Future Song
Kees van DongenLes amiesca. 1922

Kees van Dongen
Les amies
ca. 1922

Marc & the Mambas - Your Aura

zeppelinbaby:

Outtake photos for Fleetwood Mac’s “Rumours” album, 1977.

confusedcatsagainstfeminism:

Confused Cats Against Feminism is a project of We Hunted the Mammoth:The New Misogyny, tracked and mocked.
smokey-ghosts:

Uma Therman, John Malcovich & Swoosie Kurtz taking a break on set of Dangerous Liasions, 1988

smokey-ghosts:

Uma Therman, John Malcovich & Swoosie Kurtz taking a break on set of Dangerous Liasions, 1988

contra-band:

Eva Green’s wardrobe in Cracks (2009). Costumes designed by Alison Byrne.

mousymo:

I don’t think I’ll ever get over this dress.

Tsukioka Kogyo (1869-1927)

Tsukioka, Kogyo was born in Tokyo in 1869. His birth name was Hanyu Sadanosuke. He was the adopted son of the famed ukiyo-e artist Tsukioka Yoshitoshi and studied both painting and woodblock printing under him. He later studied with Matsumoto Fuko and Ogata Gekko. He did a number of nature studies and sino-Japanese war prints but is primarily known for his woodblock prints of the Noh theatre, a traditional aristocratic form of Japanese performing arts that is considered more refined and esoteric than the popular Kabuki theatre. Unlike most classical ukiyo-e his works have an almost painterly quality and use much gold and silver for the Noh costume embellishments. These prints are tout-de-forces of printing and required very skill engravers and printers to produce. Kogyo died in Tokyo at the age of 58.

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Tsukioka Kogyo
Azalea and Butterfly
c. 1910
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Tsukioka Kogyo

Azalea and Butterfly

c. 1910

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Tsukioka Kogyo
Two Mandarin Ducks and Spring Flowers
c. 1910
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Tsukioka Kogyo

Two Mandarin Ducks and Spring Flowers

c. 1910

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