1. via holy-soup.

    via holy-soup.

  2. In a few weeks, my friend Nancy and I will be riding dirtbikes through Vietnam wearing cut up skull t-shirts, going braless and probably not shaving or properly showering for days. Most likely there will also be flasks of whiskey in our back pockets. We will be badass.Then a week later we’ll show up in the South of France, all dirty and like “We just rode dirtbikes through Vietnam, what did you do last week?”

    In a few weeks, my friend Nancy and I will be riding dirtbikes through Vietnam wearing cut up skull t-shirts, going braless and probably not shaving or properly showering for days. Most likely there will also be flasks of whiskey in our back pockets. We will be badass.
    Then a week later we’ll show up in the South of France, all dirty and like “We just rode dirtbikes through Vietnam, what did you do last week?”

  3. ncyclopedia:

Year 2, Week 19: The Six of HeartsPaper24” x 17.125”Copyright © 2012 Emmanuel Jose. All Rights Reserved.

    ncyclopedia:

    Year 2, Week 19: The Six of Hearts
    Paper
    24” x 17.125”
    Copyright © 2012 Emmanuel Jose. All Rights Reserved.

  4. wow.

    wow.

    (Source: fergiebouncesback)

  5. badass.

    badass.

    (Source: vintagegal)

  6. I want one of these tapestries real bad.

    Erin M Reiley’s work is pretty uhhhh-mazing.

  7. Joan Didion’s Packing List:

2 skirts
 2 jerseys or leotards 
1 pullover sweater 
2 pair shoes
 stockings 
bra
 nightgown, robe slippers
 cigarettes
 bourbon
Bag with: shampoo, toothbrush and paste, Basis soap, razor, deodorant, aspirin, prescriptions, Tampax, face cream, powder, baby oil
To Carry:
 mohair throw 
typewriter 
2 legal pads and pens
 files
 house key
This is a list which was taped inside my closet door in Hollywood during those years when I was reporting more or less steadily. The list enabled me to pack, without thinking, for any piece I was likely to do. Notice the deliberate anonymity of costume: in a skirt, a leotard, and stockings, I could pass on either side of the culture. Notice the mohair throw for trunk-line flights (i.e. no blankets) and for the motel room in which the air conditioning could not be turned off. Notice the bourbon for the same motel room. Notice the typewriter for the airport, coming home: the idea was to turn in the Hertz car, check in, find an empty bench, and start typing the day’s notes.
—Joan Didion, The White Album

via Gravel and Gold

    Joan Didion’s Packing List:

    • 2 skirts
    • 2 jerseys or leotards
    • 1 pullover sweater
    • 2 pair shoes
    • stockings
    • bra
    • nightgown, robe slippers
    • cigarettes
    • bourbon
    • Bag with: shampoo, toothbrush and paste, Basis soap, razor, deodorant, aspirin, prescriptions, Tampax, face cream, powder, baby oil

    To Carry:

    • mohair throw
    • typewriter
    • 2 legal pads and pens
    • files
    • house key

    This is a list which was taped inside my closet door in Hollywood during those years when I was reporting more or less steadily. The list enabled me to pack, without thinking, for any piece I was likely to do. Notice the deliberate anonymity of costume: in a skirt, a leotard, and stockings, I could pass on either side of the culture. Notice the mohair throw for trunk-line flights (i.e. no blankets) and for the motel room in which the air conditioning could not be turned off. Notice the bourbon for the same motel room. Notice the typewriter for the airport, coming home: the idea was to turn in the Hertz car, check in, find an empty bench, and start typing the day’s notes.

    —Joan Didion, The White Album

    via Gravel and Gold

  8. pollyalice:

Louise Brooks, Pandora’s Box (1929)

    pollyalice:

    Louise Brooks, Pandora’s Box (1929)