Karlie Kloss for Vogue Japan, January 2014
These images are amazing. Like I’m seriously considering printing them out and giving them to young girls!
The brilliant, peerless, hilarious Richard Pryor (1940-2005) was born 73 years ago today in Peoria, IL. In this photo, he and Phylicia Rashad are paying a visit to Ms. Rashad’s sister Debbie Allen in her dressing room on April 27, 1986. Ms. Allen had just opened in the return of Sweet Charity on Broadway. Photo by Ezio.
Vintage Black Glamour (The Coffee Table Book!) is coming in 2014! Register your interest here http://bit.ly/VBGbook And thank you!
I just found out they were sisters….MIND BLOWN»»»»»»>pow!
Liam Hemsworth on working with Jennifer Lawrence
I want to work with Jennifer Lawrence
I just want to watch Liam talk…
"I’ve had a lot of magic in my life."
“Tell me something magic.”
“When they were young, my parents met an American couple in a sunday school in Shanghai. Over the years, they kept running into this same couple, as they traveled through different parts of the world. So they jokingly made a pact that their firstborn children would be married. Then my parents had me, and the other couple had a son. I didn’t meet the man until late in life, when I was already deeply in love with another man. But I fell in love with him and we got married.”
“Wow, that is cool.”
“That’s not even the craziest part. Want to hear the craziest part?”
“My husband had three previous engagements. And the morning we met, he was cooking three eggs, and each of them had double yolks.”
The floppy disk and sd card is my favorite :)
My favorite post of the year is BACK
Lorenzo Quinn born 1966 in Rome, is an Italian sculptor and former actor. He is the fifth son of actor Anthony Quinn. Father had a profound influence on him, both in terms of living in the limelight of the film world and with rescpect to Anthony’s early work in painting and architecture.
Lorenzo studied at the American Academy of Fine Arts in New York and subsequently in workshops and foundries across the United States and Europe.
Starting out as a painter in 1982, soon discovered that a dimension was missing from his works and that could not offer anything that had not already been offered by other artists before him. Turning to sculpture because of a deep-rooted need to create, Lorenzo Quinn found this medium allowed him to convey his innermost feelings to the viewer; it is, in fact, this direct communication which Lorenzo constantly seeks.
Lorenzo Quinn says,
“It is the viewer that interests me not the art critic…I make art for myself and the people who wish to come along for a ride through my dreams.”
Quinn is inspired by the great masters such as Michelangelo, Bernini, Carpaux and Rodin.
Lorenzo Quinn is regarded as one of the leading contemporary sculptors in the world.
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