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“Meditation is the art of cleaning your mirror from all the dust that the society, the religion, the educational system has poured on you, to take away everything that has not been born with you, to bring you to your absolute innocence as you were born as a child.”
— Osho  (via lemurianvibrations

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moonrisechildren:

Henri Cartier-Bresson, “Les Enfants" (1931)

natgeofound:

Two actresses at Delphi Festival adorn costumes of classical Greece, December 1930.
Photograph by Maynard Owen Williams, National Geographic

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gravesandghouls:

Follies dancer c. 1920s
vintagegal:

Elsa Lanchester in The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Fun facts about “The Bride” :

"The Bride", the most obscure of Universal Studios’ Classic Monsters, is on screen for less than five minutes and is the only "Classic Monster" never to have killed anyone.



Elsa Lanchester’s shock hairdo was held in place by a wired horsehair cage.



Elsa Lanchester was only 5’4” but for the role was placed on stilts that made her 7’ tall. The bandages were placed so tightly on her that she was unable to move and had to be carried about the studio and fed through a straw.


Elsa Lanchester said that her spitting, hissing performance was inspired by the swans in Regent’s Park, London. “They’re really very nasty creatures,” she said. (x)
vintagegal:

Elsa Lanchester in The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Fun facts about “The Bride” :

"The Bride", the most obscure of Universal Studios’ Classic Monsters, is on screen for less than five minutes and is the only "Classic Monster" never to have killed anyone.



Elsa Lanchester’s shock hairdo was held in place by a wired horsehair cage.



Elsa Lanchester was only 5’4” but for the role was placed on stilts that made her 7’ tall. The bandages were placed so tightly on her that she was unable to move and had to be carried about the studio and fed through a straw.


Elsa Lanchester said that her spitting, hissing performance was inspired by the swans in Regent’s Park, London. “They’re really very nasty creatures,” she said. (x)
vintagegal:

Elsa Lanchester in The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Fun facts about “The Bride” :

"The Bride", the most obscure of Universal Studios’ Classic Monsters, is on screen for less than five minutes and is the only "Classic Monster" never to have killed anyone.



Elsa Lanchester’s shock hairdo was held in place by a wired horsehair cage.



Elsa Lanchester was only 5’4” but for the role was placed on stilts that made her 7’ tall. The bandages were placed so tightly on her that she was unable to move and had to be carried about the studio and fed through a straw.


Elsa Lanchester said that her spitting, hissing performance was inspired by the swans in Regent’s Park, London. “They’re really very nasty creatures,” she said. (x)
vintagegal:

Elsa Lanchester in The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Fun facts about “The Bride” :

"The Bride", the most obscure of Universal Studios’ Classic Monsters, is on screen for less than five minutes and is the only "Classic Monster" never to have killed anyone.



Elsa Lanchester’s shock hairdo was held in place by a wired horsehair cage.



Elsa Lanchester was only 5’4” but for the role was placed on stilts that made her 7’ tall. The bandages were placed so tightly on her that she was unable to move and had to be carried about the studio and fed through a straw.


Elsa Lanchester said that her spitting, hissing performance was inspired by the swans in Regent’s Park, London. “They’re really very nasty creatures,” she said. (x)
vintagegal:

Elsa Lanchester in The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Fun facts about “The Bride” :

"The Bride", the most obscure of Universal Studios’ Classic Monsters, is on screen for less than five minutes and is the only "Classic Monster" never to have killed anyone.



Elsa Lanchester’s shock hairdo was held in place by a wired horsehair cage.



Elsa Lanchester was only 5’4” but for the role was placed on stilts that made her 7’ tall. The bandages were placed so tightly on her that she was unable to move and had to be carried about the studio and fed through a straw.


Elsa Lanchester said that her spitting, hissing performance was inspired by the swans in Regent’s Park, London. “They’re really very nasty creatures,” she said. (x)
vintagegal:

Elsa Lanchester in The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Fun facts about “The Bride” :

"The Bride", the most obscure of Universal Studios’ Classic Monsters, is on screen for less than five minutes and is the only "Classic Monster" never to have killed anyone.



Elsa Lanchester’s shock hairdo was held in place by a wired horsehair cage.



Elsa Lanchester was only 5’4” but for the role was placed on stilts that made her 7’ tall. The bandages were placed so tightly on her that she was unable to move and had to be carried about the studio and fed through a straw.


Elsa Lanchester said that her spitting, hissing performance was inspired by the swans in Regent’s Park, London. “They’re really very nasty creatures,” she said. (x)
vintagegal:

Elsa Lanchester in The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Fun facts about “The Bride” :

"The Bride", the most obscure of Universal Studios’ Classic Monsters, is on screen for less than five minutes and is the only "Classic Monster" never to have killed anyone.



Elsa Lanchester’s shock hairdo was held in place by a wired horsehair cage.



Elsa Lanchester was only 5’4” but for the role was placed on stilts that made her 7’ tall. The bandages were placed so tightly on her that she was unable to move and had to be carried about the studio and fed through a straw.


Elsa Lanchester said that her spitting, hissing performance was inspired by the swans in Regent’s Park, London. “They’re really very nasty creatures,” she said. (x)
vintagegal:

Elsa Lanchester in The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Fun facts about “The Bride” :

"The Bride", the most obscure of Universal Studios’ Classic Monsters, is on screen for less than five minutes and is the only "Classic Monster" never to have killed anyone.



Elsa Lanchester’s shock hairdo was held in place by a wired horsehair cage.



Elsa Lanchester was only 5’4” but for the role was placed on stilts that made her 7’ tall. The bandages were placed so tightly on her that she was unable to move and had to be carried about the studio and fed through a straw.


Elsa Lanchester said that her spitting, hissing performance was inspired by the swans in Regent’s Park, London. “They’re really very nasty creatures,” she said. (x)
vintagegal:

Elsa Lanchester in The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Fun facts about “The Bride” :

"The Bride", the most obscure of Universal Studios’ Classic Monsters, is on screen for less than five minutes and is the only "Classic Monster" never to have killed anyone.



Elsa Lanchester’s shock hairdo was held in place by a wired horsehair cage.



Elsa Lanchester was only 5’4” but for the role was placed on stilts that made her 7’ tall. The bandages were placed so tightly on her that she was unable to move and had to be carried about the studio and fed through a straw.


Elsa Lanchester said that her spitting, hissing performance was inspired by the swans in Regent’s Park, London. “They’re really very nasty creatures,” she said. (x)
vintagegal:

Elsa Lanchester in The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Fun facts about “The Bride” :

"The Bride", the most obscure of Universal Studios’ Classic Monsters, is on screen for less than five minutes and is the only "Classic Monster" never to have killed anyone.



Elsa Lanchester’s shock hairdo was held in place by a wired horsehair cage.



Elsa Lanchester was only 5’4” but for the role was placed on stilts that made her 7’ tall. The bandages were placed so tightly on her that she was unable to move and had to be carried about the studio and fed through a straw.


Elsa Lanchester said that her spitting, hissing performance was inspired by the swans in Regent’s Park, London. “They’re really very nasty creatures,” she said. (x)

vintagegal:

Elsa Lanchester in The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

Fun facts about “The Bride” :

  • "The Bride", the most obscure of Universal Studios’ Classic Monsters, is on screen for less than five minutes and is the only "Classic Monster" never to have killed anyone.

  • Elsa Lanchester’s shock hairdo was held in place by a wired horsehair cage.

  • Elsa Lanchester was only 5’4” but for the role was placed on stilts that made her 7’ tall. The bandages were placed so tightly on her that she was unable to move and had to be carried about the studio and fed through a straw.
  • Elsa Lanchester said that her spitting, hissing performance was inspired by the swans in Regent’s Park, London. “They’re really very nasty creatures,” she said. (x)

immer-mehr:


Illustration by immer-mehr @ tumblr/pixiv.
((note: Referenced images of moths/butterflies photographed by the wonderful sinobug @ tumblr.))

immer-mehr:

Illustration by immer-mehr @ tumblr/pixiv.

((note: Referenced images of moths/butterflies photographed by the wonderful sinobug @ tumblr.))

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My kind of Saturday night. #homealone #geekfest #pasta #wine & #voyager

vintagegal:

Vampira at the beach, 1954
vintagegal:

Vampira at the beach, 1954

The avocado mission successfully marches on. Mission began June 29, 2013. Never give up.

Someone lost their art project #headpiece #headdress #artproject #synchronicity