Totem Poles, Southern Alaska
Frederick’s Sun-Strippers (via What Makes The Pie Shops Tick?)
Bukowski flip flops
mega VHS scan
FOUNTAIN OF THE FALLEN ANGEL
Though Spain may have loaned its name to one of the most famous Christian witch-hunts in human history, the country's capital city holds unique bragging rights for having what is commonly acknowledged as the only public monument to the Devil himself. Located in the gardens of the expansive Parque del Buen Retiro, the statue of the Fallen Angel (Ángel Caído) is set atop a marble pillar in the midst of a fountain. Lucifer is depicted at the moment he is cast out of Heaven, as inspired by a passage in John Milton's Paradise Lost. Sculptor Ricardo Bellver cast the statue in bronze for the third World's Fair in Paris, after which point the piece was acquired by the Museo del Prado. The statue was later donated to the city of Madrid and inaugurated at its current location in 1885. The statue is renowned equally for its discordant subject matter, as well as Bellver's ability to imbue a sense of tension and anguish in his rendering of Satan.
Bettina Rheims Monkey Portrait 1982
Dennis Hayes http://www.myspace.com/7teen
(via Black and WTF)
Affiche signée Félix Labisse (1905-1982), datant de 1947.
I’ve been on a Gene Krupa kick lately.. (via mitchum)
Tony Fitzpatrick ( http://tonyfitzpatrick.wordpress.com/ ) The Day Saints mixed media / 2007 / image 6” x 9” / SOLD
QUESTION MARK and the MYSTERIANS
Every Inch a Sailor (via death becomes her)
Alice Neel ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alice_Neel ) “The minute I sat in front of a canvas, I was happy. Because it was a world, and I could do as I liked in it … I go so out of myself and into (my subjects) that after they leave I sometimes feel like an untenanted house.”