You can’t be serious! 34 years ago?! The number itself triggers a wave of anxiety in my ongoing struggle to not freak out! The panic, the turmoil, the existential crisis…
In the northern constellation of Coma Berenices (Berenice’s Hair) lies the impressive Coma Cluster — a structure of over a thousand galaxies bound together by gravity. Many of these galaxies are elliptical types, as is the brighter of the two galaxies dominating this image: NGC 4860 (center).
-credit: ESA/NASA Hubble
nasa.gov: Hubble’s Galaxies With Knots, Bursts
It’s further away than it was the last time it flew by and it doesn’t really look like a skull anymore – here it is…..the image above is an ‘enhanced’ version
credit for featured skull asteroid image: 2015-tb145-skull-asteroid-credit-ja-penas-sinc-1120
Vivienne Westwood was on the scene during Britain’s early Punk years. She was part of the “anti-everything” movement the music and the Punks embraced.
Fashions she presented during the show were often gender-neutral in the sense that men and women could wear whatever they want without the constricting rules of society.
The fashions in the picture are what some would call “avant-garde”. I call them 21st century incarnations of the Punk culture.
René Magritte (1898-1967) French-Belgian painter known for his surrealist art. Many biographies refer to his style as “mysterious and full of magic”.
Featured image at the top is “The Blank Check”
Barcelona exhibition draws on 315 artifacts to unravel the myths behind central surrealist figure
Filmmakers Ian Bonhôte and Peter Ettedgui are the latest people to pay tribute to …
The bar now heralded as the launching point for the mainstream LGBTQ rights movement had, according to Kurt, fallen to the wayside and lost touch with its queer roots. So in 2006, in light of Stonewall going under, Kelly and a group of investors bought the property ― and revitalized it.Kurt Kelly and Stacy Lentz became the bar’s co-owners in 2006.
Read more about Kurt Kelly and Stacy Lentz saving an iconic place for the “gay rights” movement.
I’ve been an admirer of Tamara de Lempicka for quite a few years now. However, it wasn’t until last year I noticed several of her artworks in the opening sequence of Madonna’s music video “Vogue”.
This is one of them “Andromeda”
I’m very pleased to see this Google tribute to de Lempicka on her 120th Birthday!
Check out my board Tamara de Lempicka on pinterest.com/AmishHomo
The Polish artist lived in Paris in the Roaring Twenties and brought her unique style to portraits of aristocrats, stars and artists.
Photo of Tamara de Lempicka in Paris – 1929