"Dan, you’re like the closest person I’ve ever met to the guy in America Psycho. And I think you might think that that’s a compliment, but that’s just because a part of your brain is missing.” 

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ancientart:

Her gods and men call Aphrodite, and Aphrogeneia (the foam-born) because she grew amid the foam.” -Hesiod, Theogony 176.

A few depictions of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty, in ancient Greek pottery.

Aphrodite and Adonis (detail). Attic red-figure squat lekythos, Aison, ca. 410 BC. Courtesy of the Louvre, MNB 2109. Photo by Marie-Lan Nguyen.

Aphrodite on a swan (detail). Tondo from an Attic white-ground red-figured kylix. From tomb F43 in Kameiros (Rhodes). Pistoxenos Painter, circa 460 BC. Courtesy of the British MuseumGR 1869.10-7.77. Photo by Marie-Lan Nguyen.

Vessel with Leda and the Swan (detail). Attributed to the Painter of Louvre MNB 1148, Greek, Apulia, South Italy, about 330 B.C. Courtesy of the Getty Villa, 86.AE.680. Photo by Dave & Margie Hill.

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manufactoriel:

Perishable, by Jean Michel Basquiat

manufactoriel:

Perishable, by Jean Michel Basquiat

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shihlun:

Shomei Tomatsu. Young Boys, the Sun, the Sea, and I, Shikine Island. 1969

shihlun:

Shomei Tomatsu. Young Boys, the Sun, the Sea, and I, Shikine Island. 1969

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Y’all the Louvre selfie game was g00d today. Feat. My mom and moms friend


Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein take a breather between shots on the set of Portlandia.

Elisabeth Moss photograhed by Matthew Welch

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riri-neko:

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