I just realized I am wearing a Beetlejuice shirt while making Beetlejuice gifs…
Iconic postcard featuring Bettie Page photographed by Bunny Yeager c. 1954
Come… follow me. We shall become one soul, one blood. Follow me. Death is waiting…
Vampyr, 1932 | Carl Theodor Dreyer.
Marilyn Monroe by Bob Landry, 1952
"Second star to the right and straight on till morning."
Disney’s Peter Pan (1953)
1950s swimwear (via)
Sea In The Moonlight - Marcus Larson. Detail.
Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman, 1970s
Photo by Nino Migliori
get to know me meme:
↳Favorite movies [5/10] — Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958), dir. Richard Brooks
Rink’s first celebration of his birthday in his adopted city of San Francisco took place on June 27th, 1969—and was interrupted by a phone call from a friend in Greenwich Village relating the Stonewall riots in real time. After getting caught up in the then-nascent LGBT political movement, Rink turned his focus to the rich fabric of queer social and political life, chronicling San Francisco’s seismic self-transformation into the queerest city in the world in the space of a decade. The great historical value of Rink’s work is the nearly day by day chronicling of that process of transformation, the gradual and occasionally violent birthing of the San Francisco we know today.