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vintagesalt:

Matt Dillon, 1983

vintagesalt:

Matt Dillon, 1983

vinyloid:

Prince - DMSR (UK  Promo12”)

vinyloid:

Prince - DMSR (UK  Promo12”)


vogue italia, 1997
ph. bruce weber

vogue italia, 1997

ph. bruce weber

materialfm:

“Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.” - Andre Gide


Magdalena Wosinska.
duneve:
Linda Evangelista, Versace Backstage, 1991

duneve:

Linda Evangelista, Versace Backstage, 1991

alistermackieuniverse:

Dazed and Confused N˚71Photography Horst Diekgerdes Styling Alister Mackie

alistermackieuniverse:

Dazed and Confused N˚71
Photography Horst Diekgerdes Styling Alister Mackie

alistermackieuniverse:

Dazed and Confused N˚71Photography Horst Diekgerdes Styling Alister Mackie

alistermackieuniverse:

Dazed and Confused N˚71
Photography Horst Diekgerdes Styling Alister Mackie

(Source: deannorris)

(Source: misterand)

rifles:


Krzysztof Wodiczko: Dis-Armor II, 1999
Dis-Armor is a psychocultural prosthetic equipment, designed to meet the communicative need of the alienated, traumatized, and silenced residents of today’s cities. It connects contemporary research in two fields: wearable communication technology and prosthetics.
Specifically, Dis-Armor is an instrument designed to focus on the psychological difficulties of Japanese high school students and “school refusers,” who live in silence and lack facial expression.It is designed for particular individuals among urban youth who have survived overwhelming life events (violence, neglect, and abuse) and who now wish to overcome their false sense of shame, to break their silence, and to communicate their experience in public space.

rifles:

Krzysztof Wodiczko: Dis-Armor II, 1999

Dis-Armor is a psychocultural prosthetic equipment, designed to meet the communicative need of the alienated, traumatized, and silenced residents of today’s cities. It connects contemporary research in two fields: wearable communication technology and prosthetics.

Specifically, Dis-Armor is an instrument designed to focus on the psychological difficulties of Japanese high school students and “school refusers,” who live in silence and lack facial expression.It is designed for particular individuals among urban youth who have survived overwhelming life events (violence, neglect, and abuse) and who now wish to overcome their false sense of shame, to break their silence, and to communicate their experience in public space.