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wastedallthattime:

A cover of Reflection by Balance and Composure from the album The Things We Think We’re Missing.

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So delicate Flowergirls by Lim Zhi Wei / Love Limzy, Malaysian artist.

fingertripp:

askatranswoman:

Laura Jane Grace, in all her glory. She’s a trans woman, and she’s also the front-woman from Against Me! (yes, the exclamation point is in the name of the band) and they put out this fantastic album, Transgender Dysphoria Blues, that I will talk about until the end of time. Her writing style is very bracing, and her work comes with a trigger warning, but for anyone that can stomach it, her emotionally powerful lyrics and driving hooks really keep you involved.

PUNK ROCK AS FUCK

fingertripp:

askatranswoman:

Laura Jane Grace, in all her glory. She’s a trans woman, and she’s also the front-woman from Against Me! (yes, the exclamation point is in the name of the band) and they put out this fantastic album, Transgender Dysphoria Blues, that I will talk about until the end of time. Her writing style is very bracing, and her work comes with a trigger warning, but for anyone that can stomach it, her emotionally powerful lyrics and driving hooks really keep you involved.

PUNK ROCK AS FUCK


Terracotta rooftile with the head of a maenad.
Etruscan/Cerveteri, late 4th century B.C.
In Etruscan as well as Greek architecture, the rooftiles running along the eaves of temples ended in upright members called antefixes. These were decorated with terracotta mold-mades of maenads and satyrs, the two often alternating. They were not only decorative, but also served to protect the wooden elements of the architecture.
Maenads, in Greek mythology, were the followers of Dionysus. Their name literally meaning ‘raving ones’, they were often depicted in a state of ecstacy brought about by dancing and drinking. This particular maenad wears an elaborate hairband and grape-bunch earrings. 
(Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Terracotta rooftile with the head of a maenad.

Etruscan/Cerveteri, late 4th century B.C.

In Etruscan as well as Greek architecture, the rooftiles running along the eaves of temples ended in upright members called antefixes. These were decorated with terracotta mold-mades of maenads and satyrs, the two often alternating. They were not only decorative, but also served to protect the wooden elements of the architecture.

Maenads, in Greek mythology, were the followers of Dionysus. Their name literally meaning ‘raving ones’, they were often depicted in a state of ecstacy brought about by dancing and drinking. This particular maenad wears an elaborate hairband and grape-bunch earrings. 

(Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art)


The Clash: Paul Simonon, Feeling Magazine, France 1978

The ClashPaul Simonon, Feeling Magazine, France 1978

Rihanna for Vogue Brazil #8

Rihanna for Vogue Brazil #8

cosmicmoonlightx:

I made this. Don’t know what it is. Fairy bottle? 

glitterghoul:

roller ghoster is the best thing

glitterghoul:

roller ghoster is the best thing