Anonymous asked: where can I find those CDG scans you did of the ABC editorial?
They’re currently sitting on page 39.
There is no easy walk to freedom anywhere, and many of us will have to pass through the valley of the shadow of death again and again before we reach the mountaintop of our desires. — Nelson Mandela
Franz von Stuck’s Sin uses a minimalist color scheme to characterize its subject, a partially nude woman, as a symbol for lust. The woman’s navel and hips, as well as much of her breasts, are not only exposed but also illuminated, and the strands of dark hair falling over her hip increase the painting’s eroticism. By contrast, her face is in shadow, framed by her dark hair, and she is surrounded by darkness. This contrast emphasizes the woman’s sensual (and sinful) nature and obscures her human nature. The giant snake wrapped around her, a sinister image in its own right, presumably alludes to the serpent that tempted Eve in the book of Genesis. An orange patch in the background symbolizes the fires of hell.
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Lutz Huelle A/W 2000
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An afternoon spent viewing Franz Von Stuck paintings is just what I needed.
Critical Mass/Kritische Masse, Nuclear Power in Germany 2008-2011
The String Lights by Michael Anastassiades for Flos
Sorry to hear man. Film and music tastes are definitely key for me.BAHAHA my gf and I just broke up an hour ago. We didn’t like the same films.
The Pacific Northwest!what’s pnw
Another beautiful, albeit windy day in the pnw.
Sugi – also known as Japanese cedar – is popular as an ornamental plant in Japan and has a delicate, clean and energising fragrance. After the great success of our first collaborations with Comme des Garçons – Hinoki and Laurel – we’ve returned to them for this third scent, which has been developed in Paris by Antoine Maisondieu and comes in a Monocle-designed bottle and box. It’s a refreshing unisex scent that’s light but sophisticated, beginning with top notes of Mediterranean cypress and pepper from Madagascar, followed by iris from Florence and cedar from Virginia, and finished with pine and Haitian vetiver.