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Because everyone keeps reblogging my Bauhaus ladies post, here’s some selfies by Gertrud Arndt. She went to the Bauhaus school to study architecture but was told there was no architecture course and was forced to study weaving. She took self-portraits on the side, but people weren’t aware of her photography until the late 70’s when they were first exhibited.

What’s interesting about Ardnt’s work is that she is so often upheld as a “Woman of the Bauhaus” but her work I’m drawn to the most, her photography, is not really of the Bauhaus school at all. Bauhaus photography was, like its design components, focused on architectural and constructivist forms a la the shadowy photographs of Moholy-Nagy. But Ardnt’s photos were romantic and imperfect, with a lot of emphasis on the decadence of her layered clothes and their textures. You get the sense from these photos that she had a great personality. Her photos in the context of her academics would have no doubt been seen as frivolous. 

She would have loved Tumblr, probably.


Maciek Jasik is a photographer living in Brooklyn, NY. He uses color and movement as methods of creating surreal parallel worlds and instilling emotionality.

(via puppiesandbeards)


Animal (Anti-Nowhere League) from Punk! Lives (#2)

(Source: cornellajoan)

(Source: lightbones, via coffeenuts)


Bob Bert: Photo that Steve Albini sent us for Xmas in the late 80’s when he was still a photo retoucher.

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web of seduction | ph. by mario sorrenti for v magazine #91

(Source: takca, via lianemarguerite)



Oingo Boingo - Nasty Habits



Lydia Lunch

(Source: bessnyc2, via bloodhaus)


David Bowie, Mick Ronson: Ziggy Stardust with a Spider From Mars crawling on him. (AWESOME shoes!)


tim curry and nell campbell, circa 1975 in L.A., photo by perry bedden

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Lydia Lunch with boyfriend Johnny O’Kane at a private party in New York, circa 1979.

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Lola Dupre

Lola Dupré is a collage artist and illustrator currently working near Avignon in the south of France. From 2000 to 2011, she worked in Glasgow, Scotland, at the Chateau Studios and then from the Chalet Studios. With scissors, glue, and whole lot of patience, Dupré creates unique visual landscapes that are inspired, humorous, and aesthetically pleasing. Recent clients and collaborators include, Nike + Doubleday & Cartwright, New York Magazine, Flair Magazine Italia and Die Welt.