Madame M

This is personal. More of a human perspective. I've been a round for some time and I'm still looking.
rinkokawauchi:

大阪土産の蓬莱の肉まんと実家の採れたて野菜と櫻。

rinkokawauchi:

大阪土産の蓬莱の肉まんと実家の採れたて野菜と櫻。







This is really powerful.

Oh my god, this is such a perfect way to make a statement.

Reblogging this again because it’s so fucking good

this is fucking amazing

i’ll never not reblog

It is the civic duty of a female to reblog this, regardless of blog style.

This is really powerful.

Oh my god, this is such a perfect way to make a statement.

Reblogging this again because it’s so fucking good

this is fucking amazing

i’ll never not reblog

It is the civic duty of a female to reblog this, regardless of blog style.

(Source: stophatingyourbody, via 50shadesoffucked)

humansofnewyork:

"I’m not really a talker when I have problems. It keeps me from seeming weak, but it also closes me off from the insights of other people."

humansofnewyork:

"I’m not really a talker when I have problems. It keeps me from seeming weak, but it also closes me off from the insights of other people."

thegetty:

It seems as though the artist sketched her as she daydreamed.

Bold outlines and sketchy curls highlight the exuberant energy of her youth. Her striped bodice and wreaths of ruffled collar are a brilliant focal point of what might have been a portrait of a dear family member.

Costume Profile: Pre-Revolutionary Beauty

Fabric: Silk & linen 
To be worn: In the intimacy of the home

Fashion Fridays explores art, history, and costume inspired by the exhibition Rococo to Revolution #NowOnView

Portrait of a Young Lady in Profile, about 1783-1785, Henri-Pierre Danloux. The J. Paul Getty Museum

instagram:

The Lives of @yorch_miranda’s Paper Cutouts

To see more scenes from Jorge’s creative mind, follow @yorch_miranda on Instagram.

For Miami filmmaker Jorge Miranda (@yorch_miranda), working with miniature paper dolls provides a refreshing flexibility. “These photos have become for me a faster way to express my ideas with actors that don’t complain and don’t need to get paid,” he says.

"Using objects that we interact with in our daily lives makes it easy for people to understand and relate no matter where they come from," says Jorge, whose whimsical portraits draw inspiration from his film work and creative Instagram communities like @graphic_arts_bnw. “I hope people realize how easy is to have fun with items we see every day.”

instagram:

Tara Donovan Mimics Nature with the Mundane

To see more of Donovan’s work, explore the Pace Gallery location page and browse the #TaraDonovan hashtag.

The American artist Tara Donovan’s latest exhibition—on display through August 15 at Pace Gallery (@pacegallery) in New York City—consists of eight massive stalagmites constructed entirely from millions of glued-together index cards.

Donovan, whose critically-acclaimed work earned her the prestigious MacArthur Fellowship in 2008, challenges perceived distinctions between natural and artificial. By building large, organically shaped structures with everyday manmade materials like drinking straws, toothpicks and styrofoam cups, she forces viewers to reconsider the difference between the majestic and the mundane.