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outrageauxbonnesmoeurs:


It’s Friday!

outrageauxbonnesmoeurs:

It’s Friday!

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anneyhall:

Yayoi Kusama: Horse Play in Woodstock, 1967.

anneyhall:

Yayoi Kusama: Horse Play in Woodstock, 1967.

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styro:

styro:

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weirdvintage:

Alice E. Doherty was born in 1887 with a rare genetic mutation called “hypertrichosis”, or “werewolf syndrome”, which causes excessive body hair.  She was billed as “The Minnesota Woolly Baby”.  At birth, she was covered all over in two-inch long, silky blonde hair.  She began exhibiting as a sideshow “freak” at the age of two, and remained in the business until 1915. (via)

weirdvintage:

Alice E. Doherty was born in 1887 with a rare genetic mutation called “hypertrichosis”, or “werewolf syndrome”, which causes excessive body hair.  She was billed as “The Minnesota Woolly Baby”.  At birth, she was covered all over in two-inch long, silky blonde hair.  She began exhibiting as a sideshow “freak” at the age of two, and remained in the business until 1915. (via)

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weirdvintage:

Mickey Mouse costumes from 1931 (via io9)

weirdvintage:

Mickey Mouse costumes from 1931 (via io9)

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newyorker:

A look at photos from Michael Somoroff’s unconventional homage to the German photographer August Sander: http://nyr.kr/1fzrMw3

Top: “Pastrycook,” 1928. Photograph by August Sander.
Bottom: Photograph by Michael Somoroff.

August Sander photographs © Die Photographische Sammlung/SK-Stiftung Kultur - August Sander Archiv, Cologne - VG-Bild Kunst, Bonn, 2011.

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