quickweaves:

howtobeafuckinglady:

G L A M O U R 

Butch Kween antics

  

skeetshoot:

my behind is a beehive

there’s a buzz in my backside

(Source: isnthesweet)

(Source: mushroomk)

pineism:

i think the most difficult thing is when you befriend someone whose personality type doesn’t mesh well with yours and they’re great and all but it is exhausting to interact with them.

(Source: tonystarks)

rdmize:

YMO - CHAOS PANIC

sttngfashion:

Someone made a montage of Star Trek ladies to that insane Sarah Brightman Song. h/t The Toast.

Channel 24
oil on paper mounted on canvas
36” by 48”
2014

Channel 24

oil on paper mounted on canvas

36” by 48”

2014

part of an unfinished diptych
oil on canvas
20” by 18”
2014

part of an unfinished diptych

oil on canvas

20” by 18”

2014

queerandpresentdanger:

wait did someone say crop top

yep!

monolithzine:

Akira (1988)

monolithzine:

Akira (1988)

hfml:

Cindy Sherman interviewed about James Franco’s New Film Stills at Pace Gallery

"Ipellie’s style seems to stand outside of this. His art is by turns haunting, erotic and grotesque, but always political. By deviating from southern expectations that Inuit art produces a pre-contact fantasy of seal hunting, igloos and polar bears, his art challenges white expectations of indigenous art. By smearing sex, violence and modernity across southern stereotypes of Inuit culture, Ipellie defaces the museum-exhibit sterility of the “noble savage” trope with the viscera of human vulgarity."

Alootook Ipellie

"Ipellie’s style seems to stand outside of this. His art is by turns haunting, erotic and grotesque, but always political. By deviating from southern expectations that Inuit art produces a pre-contact fantasy of seal hunting, igloos and polar bears, his art challenges white expectations of indigenous art. By smearing sex, violence and modernity across southern stereotypes of Inuit culture, Ipellie defaces the museum-exhibit sterility of the “noble savage” trope with the viscera of human vulgarity."

Alootook Ipellie

bigandstrong:

Synth pioneer and composer Wendy Carlos discusses working with Stanley Kubrick and plays music from her The Shining and A Clockwork Orange scores. The video is undated but the computers in her studio look ‘90’s.

in bed

in bed