Italian contemporary artist Livio Scarpella series ‘Ghost Underground’  (Bless Soul / Soul Damned) : Inspired by the works of Rococo sculptor Antonio Corradini’s (1668-1752) veiled ladies.

boxedwinepussy:

steal her look: taylor swift at the airport

shirt from miss patina, £55.80

shorts from everlane, $48.00

handbag from aldo, $50.00

christian louboutin 24 trous lace-up ankle boots, currently unavailable 

free people pointelle over the knee socks, $32.48

kaciart:

Minty asked for Dick and Tim, and Rob wanted Toddler Damian
so, I gave both

kaciart:

Minty asked for Dick and Tim, and Rob wanted Toddler Damian

so, I gave both

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tagged → #of course
tagged → #peggy carter #life goals
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There are important Superman stories to be told in response to Ferguson, however, precisely because where the Man of Steel might fail, a mild mannered reporter can succeed. When some of our superheroes are billionaires and playboys, the 1% so to speak, we can realize the significance of secret identities with journalistic day jobs (in Ferguson, Lois Lane, Vicki Vale and Iris West might be more useful than their respective heroes). Superman is unique in this respect because as a bulletproof journalist from a small town, Clark Kent is able to report the events, critique injustice and expose the untruths of a complex situation like Ferguson. If comics are to consider the militarization of police, systemic racism and growing inequality in America (and they bloody well should), then perhaps we don’t just need superheroes as much as we need journalists. Perhaps we need stories of small town USA torn apart, writ large enough in mythic metaphor so that our favorite ubermensch can fight for justice, yet also real enough that a reporter for a major metropolitan newspaper can tell us the tragic truths we so often need to know. This isn’t just a job for Superman.

This looks like a job for Clark Kent.

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— Anthony Castle, “Truth, Justice and Ferguson.”  (via lyrafay)
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I have to give a talk in front of 200 about Sexually Transmitted Diseases today.