Spring for birds and platypus
"Blue, blue, electric blue
That's the colour of my room
Where I will live
Blue, blue..."
Spring for birds and platypus
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ce-sac-contient:

Rodney Smith - Skyline, Hudson River, New York, 1995
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You can’t touch anything without destroying it!
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roaringtwenties:

'Woman with Long Hair' by Man Ray, .1929 
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Meryl Streep in Woody Allen’s Manhattan in 1977
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ce-sac-contient:

Damien Hirst - Butterfly Etching, 2009
The complete set of 12 etching and aquatints in colors (50.2 x 41.3 x 2.5 cm)
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Portrait of Pablo Picasso by David Douglas Duncan, Cannes, 1960.
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theacademy:

Alfred Hitchcock was a complicated and brilliant director with a unique sense of humor. Something that he loved doing was making cameos in his films. Here is a small collection of just a few of his uncredited appearances.
theacademy:

Alfred Hitchcock was a complicated and brilliant director with a unique sense of humor. Something that he loved doing was making cameos in his films. Here is a small collection of just a few of his uncredited appearances.
theacademy:

Alfred Hitchcock was a complicated and brilliant director with a unique sense of humor. Something that he loved doing was making cameos in his films. Here is a small collection of just a few of his uncredited appearances.
theacademy:

Alfred Hitchcock was a complicated and brilliant director with a unique sense of humor. Something that he loved doing was making cameos in his films. Here is a small collection of just a few of his uncredited appearances.
theacademy:

Alfred Hitchcock was a complicated and brilliant director with a unique sense of humor. Something that he loved doing was making cameos in his films. Here is a small collection of just a few of his uncredited appearances.
theacademy:

Alfred Hitchcock was a complicated and brilliant director with a unique sense of humor. Something that he loved doing was making cameos in his films. Here is a small collection of just a few of his uncredited appearances.
theacademy:

Alfred Hitchcock was a complicated and brilliant director with a unique sense of humor. Something that he loved doing was making cameos in his films. Here is a small collection of just a few of his uncredited appearances.
theacademy:

Alfred Hitchcock was a complicated and brilliant director with a unique sense of humor. Something that he loved doing was making cameos in his films. Here is a small collection of just a few of his uncredited appearances.
theacademy:

Alfred Hitchcock was a complicated and brilliant director with a unique sense of humor. Something that he loved doing was making cameos in his films. Here is a small collection of just a few of his uncredited appearances.
theacademy:

Alfred Hitchcock was a complicated and brilliant director with a unique sense of humor. Something that he loved doing was making cameos in his films. Here is a small collection of just a few of his uncredited appearances.
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Meret Oppenheim by Man Ray, with drawings by Meret Oppenheim herself, 1936.
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superseventies:

Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull
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Horst P.Horst, Portrait of Mademoiselle Chanel, Paris, 1937
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Elsa Schiaparelli, Lobster Dress, Summer/Fall 1937, design collaboration with Salvador Dali.
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ce-sac-contient:

Cihan Ünalan - Superman Photoshoot, 2013
Getting Ready
Up, Up and Away!
ce-sac-contient:

Cihan Ünalan - Superman Photoshoot, 2013
Getting Ready
Up, Up and Away!