Collin Campbell’s painting for the cover of Disney’s “Story and Songs of The Haunted Mansion” LP (1969)
Model in red coat dress with Peter Pan collar, split-cuff sleeves and full skirt, by Sylvia for Mart Fashions. Photo by Clifford Coffin, NYC, 1951 (via)
L’enfer Cabaret, Boulevard de Clichy, Montmartre, Paris
Built circa 1890; demolished circa 1952.
Entertainment inside the “inferno of hell” included musicians dressed as devils and interior volcanos that spewed scented lava of molten gold.
After the “cabaret artistique” was demolished, the site became a Monoprix retail store.
Janet Leigh c. 1950s
I set my trap for a peasant and lo! I catch a prince!
Johnny Cash in London, 1960s
by Jan Olofsson
"For almost 1,000 years, the Rabari have roamed the deserts and plains of what is today western India. It is believed that this tribe, with a peculiar Persian physiognomy, migrated from the Iranian plateau more than a millennium ago. The Rabari are now found largely in Gujarat and Rajasthan.”
Jimmy Nelson's photography is just beautiful.
Illustrations by David Wright c. 1940s
Traci Lords in John Waters’ Cry-Baby (1990)
Audrey Hepburn in hair test shots for War and Peace (1955)
Barbara Nichols c. 1957
"I watched a snail crawl along the edge of a straight razor. That’s my dream; that’s my nightmare. Crawling, slithering, along the edge of a straight razor… and surviving."
Apocalypse Now (dir. by Francis Ford Coppola, 1979)
"You call yourself a free spirit, a "wild thing," and you’re terrified somebody’s gonna stick you in a cage. Well baby, you’re already in that cage. You built it yourself. And it’s not bounded in the west by Tulip, Texas, or in the east by Somaliland. It’s wherever you go. Because no matter where you run, you just end up running into yourself."