Tanzellanator

A Digest of The Dancers Delights

asylum-art:

Mark Chadwick

Shirley Baker, Girls swinging on a Lamppost, Manchester, 1965

dream-insilk:

foreheadxkisses:

Body comparisons. 

this makes me feel alive

(via loveyourchaos)

foxandkey:


Pablo Picasso photographed in his studio near Cannes, France in 1956. The Thonet rocking chair in the distance appears in many of his paintings.


Boss man

foxandkey:

Pablo Picasso photographed in his studio near Cannes, France in 1956. The Thonet rocking chair in the distance appears in many of his paintings.

Boss man

(Source: ughpsh)

asylum-art:

Aerial - Joseph Ford

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On a trip to Sicily, Mauritius and Morocco photographer Joseph Ford spent several days flying around over all sorts of terrain in a helicopter. After showing the aerial pictures to some friends they suggested shooting a series mixing fashion and landscapes. Juxtaposing clothes and aerial landscape, the piece of work was selected for the Association of Photographers Awards in the UK and had an Honorable Mention in the International Photography Awards.
The combination of images creates a fascinating interaction, highlighting the appeal of each image, which would have been less remarkable on their own. But by identifying an unexpected relationship with other images each picture develops a gripping impression.


Malin Gabriella Nordin, 2014
Studio visit by photographer Erik Wåhlström
Erik’s tumblr: http://blog.erikwahlstrom.se/
worldwideexplorers:

Dragon’s Teeth on Flickr.
myonlyfrearofdeath:

This is like so simple but so cool…

myonlyfrearofdeath:

This is like so simple but so cool…

(Source: getthehelloutofmyroom, via bruhhnny)

ratak-monodosico:

"Mr. Bell working on devil fish manta" was photographed by Julius Kirschner in 1917. For many more archival images of the Museum’s exhibition preparation, head to the online Digital Special Collections. 
AMNH/36443

ratak-monodosico:

"Mr. Bell working on devil fish manta" was photographed by Julius Kirschner in 1917. For many more archival images of the Museum’s exhibition preparation, head to the online Digital Special Collections

AMNH/36443

(Source: amnhnyc, via projecting-reflecting)

watering76:

Fart

Pilot costum 743 FA nib fountain pen

(via absurdhowl)

historical-nonfiction:

Knocker-ups were a thriving profession that started during the Industrial Revolution. They woke up their clients to make sure they got to work on time. Either with a long stick, to knock on windows even on the higher floors, or (in at least one case) with a pea shooter. The knocker-up wouldn’t leave until they knew their client was awake. The job lasted until the 1920s, when alarm clocks became both reliable and affordable.

i need me one of these

(Source: Wikipedia)

asylum-art:

_Not for the faint of heart,_

Weird Creatures: David Shale

Captured by net in North Atlantic waters between 600 and 800 meters below, the fangtooth is one of the deepest-dwelling fish.

futurewasperfect:

Astro Fashion Special Feature: Paco Rabanne Metal!

futurewasperfect:

Astro Fashion Special Feature: Paco Rabanne Metal!