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Paintings by Paula Duro:
All of my thesis work together.
Individuals here with their stories included:
2. Star Birth
She Sells Seashells
- Like your favorite sweet pull-apart loaf, these individual muffins have layers of buttery cinnamon sugar to peel off and nibble to your heart’s content.
I want nothing to do with a feminism that excludes trans* women. Go be a cisterhood without me.
135 notes and counting. Faith in world semi-restored ♥.
Feminism must be intersectional and inclusive or it is bullshit.
I know you wanted this on your dash.
This is the best thing I’ve ever seen.
if you listen you can hear it when it lands
Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2011
“The surface treatment in Romantic Gothic is primarily aged mirrors, a material that evokes the idea of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Fall of the House of Usher.” McQueen often called himself the Edgar Allan Poe of fashion. One of the most prevalent and ongoing themes in McQueen’s work was the Gothic, particularly the darker side of the 19th century, of Victorianism. Many of the pieces are inspired by the cult of death, and it’s also peopled with characters associated with the literary concept of the Gothic, like vampires, highwaymen, antiheroes, or Byronic heroes. We have a casket featuring McQueen’s posthumous collection, unofficially called ‘Angels and Demons’, and it shows McQueen’s engagement with art history, as well as his love of Flemish painters that was his favourite moment in art history.”
i can’t handle this i need two million of these right now
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