A nice interview with Todd oldham

http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/next-thursday-nov-8th-todd-oldham-apartment-therapy-design-evenings-179754

These are great paintings

david brody art.com

pasolini’s canterbury tales

pasolini’s canterbury tales

jahsonic:

In another detail of Hieronymus Bosch’s The Garden of Earthly Delights, to the left of the Prince of Hell, leaning against a leg of the Prince’s throne, sits a nude woman. She faces the glass buttocks of an arborescent creature, whose right rear leg, which is in fact a set of branches, embraces her body. Next to her, to her right, there is a donkey,  whose face is reflected in the glass buttocks of the arborescent  creature. On second glance, the glass buttocks, appear to be a mirror, and the face of the young nude damsel is reflected in it, next to that of the donkey. 
Originally posted by art-mirrors-art.

jahsonic:

In another detail of Hieronymus Bosch’s The Garden of Earthly Delights, to the left of the Prince of Hell, leaning against a leg of the Prince’s throne, sits a nude woman. She faces the glass buttocks of an arborescent creature, whose right rear leg, which is in fact a set of branches, embraces her body. Next to her, to her right, there is a donkey, whose face is reflected in the glass buttocks of the arborescent creature. On second glance, the glass buttocks, appear to be a mirror, and the face of the young nude damsel is reflected in it, next to that of the donkey. 

Originally posted by art-mirrors-art.

Liz Phair - Ant In Alaska - Girlysound (by snesjenn)

jahsonic:

Vénus impudique
Vénus impudique is a Venus figurine discovered by Marquis Paul de Vibraye in 1864 in the Laugerie-Basse. “Vénus impudique” or “immodest Venus”, is a play of words on the Venus Pudica or modest Venus.
It is a headless, armless and footless ivory statuette, showing a clear incision representing the female pudenda. Her skinny and breastless body shape shows a remarkable contrast to other Venus figurines such as the Venus of Willendorf.
Image via Venus Observations

jahsonic:

Vénus impudique

Vénus impudique is a Venus figurine discovered by Marquis Paul de Vibraye in 1864 in the Laugerie-Basse. “Vénus impudique” or “immodest Venus”, is a play of words on the Venus Pudica or modest Venus.

It is a headless, armless and footless ivory statuette, showing a clear incision representing the female pudenda. Her skinny and breastless body shape shows a remarkable contrast to other Venus figurines such as the Venus of Willendorf.

Image via Venus Observations