Jasmim da Terra

April 22, 2014 12:55 pm
http://thecharnelhouse.org/2014/04/18/the-metropolis-money-and-abstraction/

The metropolis, money, and abstraction - The Charnel-House

April 18, 2014 6:13 pm
superpunch2:

“Stunning 1932 still of Katharine Hepburn on stage as Antiope, grabbing Colin Keith-Johnston’s Theseus by the hair.”

superpunch2:

Stunning 1932 still of Katharine Hepburn on stage as Antiope, grabbing Colin Keith-Johnston’s Theseus by the hair.”

(via moonlight-driive)

April 13, 2014 2:41 pm
Electronic Ladyland
Thanks to Ghost Capital for pointing out this extremely good mix: “An 18 track playlist highlighting the innovative and essential contributions of women in electronic/radiophonic music from 1956 to now.”
1. Veils and Mirrors (1975) – Glynis Jones 2. Pulse Persephone (1965) – Daphne Oram 3. (1999) – Mira Calix 4. Mattachin (1968) – Delia Derbyshire 5. Patchwork (1980) – Laurie Spiegel 6. Warn-U (2011) – Ayshay 7. Brilliant Colors (2009) – Noveller 8. Luminaries (2011) – Motion Sickness of Time Travel 9. O Superman (For Massenet) (1982) – Laurie Anderson 10. Too Good To Be Strange (1998) – Andrea Parker 11. Foyer Fire (2008) – Blevin Blectum 12. Aquifer (2011) – Laurel Halo 13. Ever (2012) – People Like Us 14. An Alarm Bell, Or The Ringing Of It (2011) – Chubby Wolf 15. Bercleuse (Tschaikowsky) (1987) – Clara Rockmore 16. Shale Hollows (2011) – Marielle V Jakobsons 17. A Shangri-La in the Desert (1956) – Louis and Bebe Barron 18. Alien Bog (1967) – Pauline Oliveros

Electronic Ladyland

Thanks to Ghost Capital for pointing out this extremely good mix: “An 18 track playlist highlighting the innovative and essential contributions of women in electronic/radiophonic music from 1956 to now.”

1. Veils and Mirrors (1975) – Glynis Jones
2. Pulse Persephone (1965) – Daphne Oram
3. (1999) – Mira Calix
4. Mattachin (1968) – Delia Derbyshire
5. Patchwork (1980) – Laurie Spiegel
6. Warn-U (2011) – Ayshay
7. Brilliant Colors (2009) – Noveller
8. Luminaries (2011) – Motion Sickness of Time Travel
9. O Superman (For Massenet) (1982) – Laurie Anderson
10. Too Good To Be Strange (1998) – Andrea Parker
11. Foyer Fire (2008) – Blevin Blectum
12. Aquifer (2011) – Laurel Halo
13. Ever (2012) – People Like Us
14. An Alarm Bell, Or The Ringing Of It (2011) – Chubby Wolf
15. Bercleuse (Tschaikowsky) (1987) – Clara Rockmore
16. Shale Hollows (2011) – Marielle V Jakobsons
17. A Shangri-La in the Desert (1956) – Louis and Bebe Barron
18. Alien Bog (1967) – Pauline Oliveros

(Source: doomandgloomfromthetomb, via mudwerks)

2:40 pm

Doctor’s Companions

2:39 pm
Starwars + Foster Mansion

Starwars + Foster Mansion

2:38 pm
A railway encircles thirty-five blocks of shops, offices, and hotels in Chicago, June 1967.Photograph by James L. Stanfield, National Geographic

A railway encircles thirty-five blocks of shops, offices, and hotels in Chicago, June 1967.Photograph by James L. Stanfield, National Geographic

(Source: natgeofound, via mudwerks)

2:37 pm

Los amantes pasajeros 2013 - Divertidíssimo! Apenas isso!

2:34 pm 2:32 pm

Halloween Kids c. 1930s-1970s

(Source: gravesandghouls, via vintagegal)

2:32 pm

The Man Who Felt To Earth

(Source: hiddlesbeard, via moonlight-driive)

2:28 pm
Minot’s Ledge Light, again


This is the plan for the second lighthouse built on Minot’s Ledge, an infamous reef southeast of Boston Harbor responsible for over 40 shipwrecks.  The first lighthouse washed away in a storm in 1851, a little over a year after it was first lit. (You can find a drawing of the original ill-fated lighthouse and its iron framework in our online catalog)
Section and Elevation Drawing for Minot’s Ledge Lighthouse, 02/01/1855
From the series: Lighthouse Plans and Maps from the Records of the U.S. Coast Guard.
More records pertaining to the Minot’s Ledge lighthouse.

Minot’s Ledge Light, again

This is the plan for the second lighthouse built on Minot’s Ledge, an infamous reef southeast of Boston Harbor responsible for over 40 shipwrecks.  The first lighthouse washed away in a storm in 1851, a little over a year after it was first lit. (You can find a drawing of the original ill-fated lighthouse and its iron framework in our online catalog)

Section and Elevation Drawing for Minot’s Ledge Lighthouse, 02/01/1855

From the series: Lighthouse Plans and Maps from the Records of the U.S. Coast Guard.

More records pertaining to the Minot’s Ledge lighthouse.

(via todaysdocument)

2:28 pm
Ada Rogato é um dos nomes femininos da aviação brasileira. Filha única de imigrantes italianos, nascida em 22 de dezembro de 1910, a partir dos 24 anos, tornou-se a primeira mulher a obter o brevê de piloto, de planador e de paraquedista, sendo também a terceira mulher a se brevetar no Brasil (via Portal da Força Expedicionária Brasileira)

Ada Rogato é um dos nomes femininos da aviação brasileira. Filha única de imigrantes italianos, nascida em 22 de dezembro de 1910, a partir dos 24 anos, tornou-se a primeira mulher a obter o brevê de piloto, de planador e de paraquedista, sendo também a terceira mulher a se brevetar no Brasil (via Portal da Força Expedicionária Brasileira)

2:27 pm

Licia Ronzulli, member of the European Parliament, has been taking her daughter Vittoria to the Parliament sessions for two years now.

 

(Source: blvcknvy, via forgetpolitics)

2:26 pm
Sonhos Roubados - 2009
É uma realidade muito triste para as mulheres que nascem pobres. Apenas isso.

Sonhos Roubados - 2009

É uma realidade muito triste para as mulheres que nascem pobres. Apenas isso.

(Source: naneulsan, via myowndunya)

2:24 pm
When You Buy a Vivian Maier Photo, You Buy Her Life, Not Her Work
Maier took photos as a hobby for most of her life, but her talent was discovered just before she died—and today, it’s the romantic story consumers project onto her art that fuels her acclaim.
Read more. [Image: Vivian Maier]

When You Buy a Vivian Maier Photo, You Buy Her Life, Not Her Work

Maier took photos as a hobby for most of her life, but her talent was discovered just before she died—and today, it’s the romantic story consumers project onto her art that fuels her acclaim.

Read more. [Image: Vivian Maier]

(via theatlantic)