furples:

Document Issue #4
Lily McMenamy by 
Allesio Boni

(via sne)

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euo:

Jil Sander by David Sims

euo:

Jil Sander by David Sims

(via tiit)

vvni:

Heartbeat by Nadav Bagim

vvni:

Heartbeat by Nadav Bagim

(via vvni)

(via vvni)

kate-jam-and-diamonds:

Helmut Lang, 90s

kate-jam-and-diamonds:

Helmut Lang, 90s

(via sukish)

“We do not escape into philosophy, psychology, and art—we go there to restore our shattered selves into whole ones.”

 Anaïs Nin (via bakerstr)

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euo:

Tracey EminGet Out From Living Inside Of Me

euo:

Tracey Emin
Get Out From Living Inside Of Me

(via jemeos)

thauwn:

`YES

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raveneuse:

Not Angels But Angels (1994), Directed by Wiktor Grodecki.

"Not Angels But Angels is a 1994 documentary film about young men in Prague working as prostitutes. The creator of the documentary, Wiktor Grodecki interviews the men, some of whom are underage, to find out more about their lives and how they came to be making a living by selling sex. The film also explores the hopes and fears of the young men, what they hope to be doing in the future, and coping with the possibility of being infected with HIV.

The film is so matter-of-fact that it’s almost hard to watch—this is normal life for them all. As the film progresses, it becomes clear firstly how their innocence has been stolen from them by desperation, and also how little they know of the realities of the lifestyle they’re trapped in.”

raveneuse:

Not Angels But Angels (1994), Directed by Wiktor Grodecki.

"Not Angels But Angels is a 1994 documentary film about young men in Prague working as prostitutes. The creator of the documentary, Wiktor Grodecki interviews the men, some of whom are underage, to find out more about their lives and how they came to be making a living by selling sex. The film also explores the hopes and fears of the young men, what they hope to be doing in the future, and coping with the possibility of being infected with HIV.

The film is so matter-of-fact that it’s almost hard to watch—this is normal life for them all. As the film progresses, it becomes clear firstly how their innocence has been stolen from them by desperation, and also how little they know of the realities of the lifestyle they’re trapped in.”

(via jemeos)

softwaring:

Boris Mitendorfer
somedevil:


David Bowie with his 1976 painting of Iggy Pop, Portrait of J.O. 

somedevil:

David Bowie with his 1976 painting of Iggy Pop, Portrait of J.O. 

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