Theme by nostrich.
Photo with 5 notes
going to the shakespeare later for music n drinks n dancing. big lumberjack shirt over tiny frilly dress? i think yes
I spent way too long making this old drawing of egghead transparent but I wanted her hanging out on my blog ♥‿♥ egghead is lala’s OC
mmm the less meat and processed junk i eat, the better i feel :3 things i’ve been consuming loads of lately:
my only vices are instant noodles and cheap chocolate, but i’m gonna phase em out. it feels good to feel good, k
“Bat in Flight” Ink on paper
(Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. In Maurice Coyaud ‘L’Empire du regard’- Mille ans de peinture Japonaise’ Ed. Phebus, 1981)
The golden legend.
William Ladd Taylor, from Our home and country, introduction by William Howe Downes, New York, 1908.
Even though homosexuality was a highly controversial theme for the 1940s, the movie made it past the Production Code censors; during the film’s production, those involved described homosexuality as “it”. However, many towns chose to ban it independently, memories of Leopold and Loeb still being fresh in some people’s minds. Dall and Granger were actually gay in real life, as was screenwriter Arthur Laurents—even the piano score played by Granger (Mouvement Perpétuel No. 1 by Francis Poulenc) was the work of a gay composer.
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