恋の予感

slavic-roots:

Sleeping balalaika player

slavic-roots:

Sleeping balalaika player

(vía tupaya-devushka)

the-was-scepter:

Thoth and the Chief Magician by Evelyn Paul

the-was-scepter:

Thoth and the Chief Magician by Evelyn Paul

(Fuente: littleredjackal, vía thegreenteacrimewavestudio)

praetorium:

#Yayoi #Kusama in her New York studio in #1960.
Yayoi Kusama, a major retrospective of the Japanese artist’s work, will be on view at the Whitney July 12-September 30, 2012. Kusama’s “infinity mirror room” Fireflies on the Water is on view now in the Whitney’s lobby gallery.
Photograph via W Magazine, courtesy Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo/Victoria Miro Gallery, London/Gagosian Gallery, New York/Yayoi Kusama Studio Inc.

praetorium:

#Yayoi #Kusama in her New York studio in #1960.

Yayoi Kusama, a major retrospective of the Japanese artist’s work, will be on view at the Whitney July 12-September 30, 2012. Kusama’s “infinity mirror room” Fireflies on the Water is on view now in the Whitney’s lobby gallery.

Photograph via W Magazine, courtesy Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo/Victoria Miro Gallery, London/Gagosian Gallery, New York/Yayoi Kusama Studio Inc.

(vía thegreenteacrimewavestudio)

isqineeha:

isqineeha:

Women of the Iraqi Peoples Resistance in Baghdad - 1959

A bit of background information regarding this photo I posted earlier since it seems to have been lightly circulating around tumblr these past few days: As far as I know, the People’s Resistance Force was an armed movement constituted mainly of Iraqi communists who were given a pardon/support after Abdul Karem Qassem took power in 1958. In that same year, Qassem attached the organization to the Ministry of Defence in order to have better control over their movements, and volunteers who wanted to enrol in it were accepted even if they weren’t part of the Iraqi Communist Party. With that being said, the movement’s relationships (and communists in general) with Qassem deteriorated in 1959 for several reasons, and many members were arrested from 1959 and onwards, which is why I doubt the photo here is from 1959 (could be from 1958 after the official governmental acknowledgment). 

isqineeha:

isqineeha:

Women of the Iraqi Peoples Resistance in Baghdad - 1959

A bit of background information regarding this photo I posted earlier since it seems to have been lightly circulating around tumblr these past few days: As far as I know, the People’s Resistance Force was an armed movement constituted mainly of Iraqi communists who were given a pardon/support after Abdul Karem Qassem took power in 1958. In that same year, Qassem attached the organization to the Ministry of Defence in order to have better control over their movements, and volunteers who wanted to enrol in it were accepted even if they weren’t part of the Iraqi Communist Party. With that being said, the movement’s relationships (and communists in general) with Qassem deteriorated in 1959 for several reasons, and many members were arrested from 1959 and onwards, which is why I doubt the photo here is from 1959 (could be from 1958 after the official governmental acknowledgment). 

(vía thegreenteacrimewavestudio)

pullingthingstogether:

The Sirens, 1956, by Haitian artist Rigaud Benoit

pullingthingstogether:

The Sirens, 1956, by Haitian artist Rigaud Benoit

(vía mentalexodus)

humanoidhistory:

Sandinista child soldier near Bluefields, Nicaragua, 1984.
(Marcelo Montecino)

humanoidhistory:

Sandinista child soldier near Bluefields, Nicaragua, 1984.

(Marcelo Montecino)

(vía enchantingnagchampa)

(Fuente: canadumb, vía miel-doux)

(Fuente: frankenstrange, vía spiderbrain)