Dorothea Tanning - Chambre 202, Hôtel du Pavot, Centre Pompidou
Rainy Day Canápe, Dorothea Tanning, 1970, made from tweed, upholstered wood sofa, wool, ping pong balls, and cardboard.
Aubrey Beardsley, A Nightpiece (India ink and wash), 1894.
Seven initial keys by Aubrey Beardsley, from the backs of Keynotes series, 1890s
Fun History Fact,
In 1918 E.V. Starr was convicted under the Montana Sedition Act and sentenced to 10-20 years of prison and hard labor for refusing to kiss the US Flag. Accosted by a mob after rumors were spread that Starr was against America’s entry into World War I, Starr refused to kiss the flag stating,
"What is this thing anyway? Nothing but a piece of cotton with a little paint on it, and some other marks in the corner there. I will not kiss that thing. It might be covered with microbes."
A liberated Jew holds a Nazi at gunpoint.
If you’re feeling anything less than happy, Here’s Peter Dinklage on a scooter.
Transmetropolitan // Eduardo Risso
Psi Judge Anderson by Eduardo Risso.
Hellboy & Batman by Eduardo Risso