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Japan. Miyazaki. The Artificial beach inside the Seagaia Ocean Dome. 1996

Japan. Miyazaki. The Artificial beach inside the Seagaia Ocean Dome. 1996

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babypleasebaby:

PORTUGAL #1

babypleasebaby:

PORTUGAL #1

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1967 Lamborghini Marzal.

1967 Lamborghini Marzal.

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lingerieinfilm:

Scarface 1983

Me

clothesmindedx3:

lingerieinfilm:

Scarface 1983

Me

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a-l-ancien-regime:

Triumph of the Marine Venus Sebastiano Ricci (1659–1734)
about 1713 oil on canvas Getty Center
Born from the sea, the mythological goddess Venus sits upon a throne pulled by muscular men and surrounded by her entourage. Her son Cupid flies nearby and grasps a handful of coral from a plate held by an attendant. Perched above Venus, a woman holds a string of pearls, a typical adornment of the goddess. The pearls fall through her hair and down along her shoulder. The composition is arranged in a loose pyramidal shape with Venus at the apex. Sebastiano Ricci used an array of flesh tones to describe and model the playful, graceful figures. Venus’s softly painted skin is a creamy white with touches of pink in her cheeks, chest, stomach, and knees; her flesh glows as if lit from within. Against the blue sky, streaks of pink paint describe wispy clouds and fading sunlight. With the Triumph of the Marine Venus, Ricci made a transition from a more classical Baroque style of dramatic gestures, bold colors, and serious subject matter to a more Rococo style of light, pastel colors, elegant, graceful figures, and decorative compositional elements.

a-l-ancien-regime:

Triumph of the Marine Venus
Sebastiano Ricci (1659–1734)

about 1713
oil on canvas

Getty Center

Born from the sea, the mythological goddess Venus sits upon a throne pulled by muscular men and surrounded by her entourage. Her son Cupid flies nearby and grasps a handful of coral from a plate held by an attendant. Perched above Venus, a woman holds a string of pearls, a typical adornment of the goddess. The pearls fall through her hair and down along her shoulder. The composition is arranged in a loose pyramidal shape with Venus at the apex. Sebastiano Ricci used an array of flesh tones to describe and model the playful, graceful figures. Venus’s softly painted skin is a creamy white with touches of pink in her
cheeks, chest, stomach, and knees; her flesh glows as if lit from within. Against the blue sky, streaks of pink paint describe wispy clouds and fading sunlight. With the Triumph of the Marine Venus, Ricci made a
transition from a more classical Baroque style of dramatic gestures, bold colors, and serious subject matter to a more Rococo style of light, pastel colors, elegant, graceful figures, and decorative compositional elements.

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miamivicefashion:

from the episode ‘down for the count (part I)’

miamivicefashion:

from the episode ‘down for the count (part I)’

miamivicefashion:

from the episode ‘florence italy’

miamivicefashion:

from the episode ‘florence italy’

miamivicefashion:

from the episode ‘the home invaders’

miamivicefashion:

from the episode ‘the home invaders’

yesawi:

TURKIYE

yesawi:

TURKIYE

e-erik:

Yohji Yamamoto Y’s for Men

He lives in a highrise condo in Nakameguro, and true to his design-related work, his apartment looks like a catalog for an interior decor shop. “I enjoy cleaning,” he tells his duly impressed girlfriend. Originally he was a diehard fan of Luna Martino (the brand Takeshi Kaga wore on Iron Chef so long ago!) When he was still in design school, he wore the designer faithfully as his everyday outfit until the delicate stitchery practically fell apart, so now he only has a very few of his very favorites. Though from years back, he also began collecting Yohji Yamamoto and Y’s for Men, some forty tops in all. For trousers, he special-ordered several pairs of the same style from Luna, which he’s worn every day in rotation until utterly threadbare. Now with only two pairs left and the brand long since disappeared, each day he wonders what to do. He first took interest in Yohji after reading a magazine interview with Yamamoto. He trotted over to the shop for a look, and was completely taken by the beautiful silhouettes. “The scooped curve around the body was so distinctive.” He doesn’t collect so very much, but he does have a few variations on the same particularly favorite designs in his closet, gleamed from everywhere all over Japan. And in case you want to know, his curtains are Yamamoto’s Y’s for Living brand. After Yohji and Y’s, he’s begun chasing down work by Nada Noda for yet more things to fill up his space. He’s got drawings and figurine series and even the artist’s Imaginary Pregnancy Kit. Can’t stop now, this avid collector spares no time or expense when there’s something he’s out to get.”

HAPPY VICTIMS

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swopneelfly:

The Simpsons writing room, 1992.

swopneelfly:

The Simpsons writing room, 1992.

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