The Blurst Of Times
Vampira on Flickr.My apologies for my long absence. Life does sometimes take a bite. Here’s a beaded portrait of Vampira I’m just finishing. Happy Halloween!

Vampira on Flickr.

My apologies for my long absence. Life does sometimes take a bite. Here’s a beaded portrait of Vampira I’m just finishing. Happy Halloween!

I am here. 
I apologize for the gap in programming, as the wifi at my hotel is a bit dodgy. But I should have a better connection at the new spot tomorrow. We’ll see. (If not, I’ll be home Tuesday, over-posting as usual.) But at least I’m at the beach. Also, my camera’s panorama stitching amuses me greatly. 

I am here. 

I apologize for the gap in programming, as the wifi at my hotel is a bit dodgy. But I should have a better connection at the new spot tomorrow. We’ll see. (If not, I’ll be home Tuesday, over-posting as usual.) But at least I’m at the beach. Also, my camera’s panorama stitching amuses me greatly. 

fantomas-en-cavale:

Joséphine Baker pour la revue Paris qui Remue (Casino de Paris, 1930).
Zig, the illustrator, used Chiquita (Joséphine’s cheetah) as a model for the poster.

fantomas-en-cavale:

Joséphine Baker pour la revue Paris qui Remue (Casino de Paris, 1930).

Zig, the illustrator, used Chiquita (Joséphine’s cheetah) as a model for the poster.

Sent Mahesa, Albert Weisgerber, 1911.
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Sent Mahesa, Albert Weisgerber, 1911.

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weheartartnouveau:

Le Masque Anarchiste
Privat Livemont 
1897
Color lithograph

weheartartnouveau:

Le Masque Anarchiste

Privat Livemont 

1897

Color lithograph

pmikos:

Miguel Covarrubias
Sally Rand & Martha Graham

Vanity Fair, December 1934

pmikos:

Miguel Covarrubias

Sally Rand & Martha Graham

Vanity Fair, December 1934

Picking the Favorite, Guilio Rosati (1858-1917), circa 1880. (Christie’s New York, 2001)
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Picking the Favorite, Guilio Rosati (1858-1917), circa 1880. (Christie’s New York, 2001)

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Leaving the Mosque, Ludwig Deutsch (1855-1935), 1900. (Christie’s London, 2007)
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Leaving the Mosque, Ludwig Deutsch (1855-1935), 1900. (Christie’s London, 2007)

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Women Spinning in Morocco, Rudolf Ernst (1854-1932). (Private Collection)
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Women Spinning in Morocco, Rudolf Ernst (1854-1932). (Private Collection)

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The Fortune Teller, Ludwig Deutsch (1855-1935), 1906. (Christie’s London, 2006)
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The Fortune Teller, Ludwig Deutsch (1855-1935), 1906. (Christie’s London, 2006)

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