• Jessica Lange in All That Jazz, 1979

  • Hedwig and the Angry Inch | Broadway | October 18, 2014

    Michael C. Hall as Hedwig 

    "The Origin of Love"

    (Source: all-fades-away)

  • Psychoborg 11, Yasumasa Morimura, 1994. C-print. 

    Psychoborg 17, Yasumasa Morimura, 1994. C-print.

    (Source: reichsstadt)

  • Tom, Chalandrion, october 2014

  • Kiato, august 2014

  • In December of 1972, Marie-Hélène de Rothschild threw a “Surrealist Ball”at the Château de Ferrières, one of the large mansions owned by her family. The invitations were written backwards, forcing the guests to use the assistance of a mirror to read them. The attire required was “black tie, long dresses and surrealists heads.” Upon arrival, the facade of the chateau was lit in red with the effect of making it appear to be on fire. Guests had to walk through black ribbons that were meant to mimic cobwebs and a labyrinth maze before entering the ballroom. The costumes and masks were elaborate and extraordinary and the guest list was just as impressive, which included the likes of Audrey Hepburn and Salvador Dali. The servants were dressed as cats and the table centerpieces were like something out of the strangest of dreams. Recently, photographs of the event were released to the public, providing a unique view of the event. (via juxtapoz magazine)

  • boyirl:

    Min Jeong Seo - To live on
    infusionsbags, roses, 2005

    The stalks these flowers are already dried up but their blossoms are preserved and kept fresh by the medical infusin bags. The life-span of every living creature is limited.The infusion bags stand for the progress in medicine and the prolongation of human life.They somehow carry an ambivalent message as they refer to both death and life an the same time. Both states are immanent here. To preserve the beauty of the flowers artifically with the help of the infusion bags points out man’s inclination to repress the fact having to die and to postpone death.

    (via illuncensored)

  • asylum-art:

    Myth As Object by Cameron Stalheim

    "Stemming from my experience as a gay male from the Midwest and transitioning into the gay culture of the east coast, this sculpture, the first in a new series of work, questions the relationship between fantasy, reality and the objectification that happens in between." Amazing merman sculpture by artist Cameron Stalheim. 
    Media is Plastic, Foam, Steel, & Acrylic. 
  • Bette Davis. Photographed by Lawrence Schiller. (1962)

    (Source: fred---astaire, via andreii-tarkovsky)

  • Anita Louise as “Queen Titania”, in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, 1935