1. superdames:

    —Wonder Woman #7 (1943) by William Moulton Marston & H.G. Peter

    (Source: superdames, via 2headedsnake)

     
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  3. Travel size toddler

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  6. 2headedsnake:

    Franz Marc

    Foxes, 1913

    (Source: pinkpagodastudio.blogspot.com)

     
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  8. (Source: gentleconsideration, via jonsn)

     
  9. foreignmovieposters:

    Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964). Italian poster.

     
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  11. (Source: enzantengyou, via 2headedsnake)

     

  12. "There are a handful of young artists I know who turn a skeptical eye to the golden promises the professionalization of the arts hold out. I am always happy when I have conversations with these holdouts because it is distressing to see how many really talented people give in to the demands of the market place.Yet we live at a time where the infiltration of the marketplace is almost impossible to avoid, for anyone including older artists like me. It is a constant struggle to not give in the forces that demand dumbing down and homogenization.It takes takes enormous vigilance to not succumb to it’s tyranny, to honor your own trajectory, no matter how modest it may seem in the eyes of the world.There is simply no substitute for the developmental arc, no matter what you engage in, making art or being a shoemaker. Once you develop your vocabulary and your personal style it is very easy to make your art into product but in focusing on making product, you lose out on learning how to make art."
     
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  14. (Source: euph0ricr3ality, via unstoeuf)

     
  15. fablesandgables:

    Phidias Showing the Frieze of the Parthenon to his Friends - Lawrence Alma-Tedma, 1868

    Oil on canvas, 72 × 110.5 cm (28.3 × 43.5 in)

    Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

    (Source: commons.wikimedia.org, via centuriespast)