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Hi! My name is Darina, and I'm from Russia. This blog is about all I'm interested in: fashion, jewelry, la belle epoque, design, boys, sex - it became too tight in my head - Don't show 2 yo momma (@thegirlisbad)
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Skaikruheda eurovision 2015 a million voices @thegirlisbad

skaikruheda:

Eurovision 2015 - A Million Voices (Russia)

Too bassoon unexplained events victor @thegirlisbad

too-bassoon:

unexplained-events:

Victor Noir’s Magic Metallic Boner

Located in the  Père Lachaise Cemetery is the current home of French journalist Victor Noir and his magic boner. His grave-site comes with a pretty big legend.

As the story goes,those who place a flower in Victor’s top hat, kiss the statue on the lips, and rub its genital area, will find themselves with enhanced fertility, a blissful sex life, or, in some versions, produce a husband within the year.

Fact: the gold colored part is from the oils on peoples hands. This metal dick has seen a lot of action

Vintagegal ann blyth gets into costume for mr @thegirlisbad

vintagegal:

Ann Blyth gets into costume for Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid (1948)

Little bone cupboard runes and wands hey @thegirlisbad

little-bone-cupboard:

runes-and-wands:

Hey little-bone-cupboard those look like either angel/rainbow aura plates or spirit quartz. I love that raw finish, the druzy top. I have an amethyst charging plate but it’s not as pretty in photos as these!

Oooh thank you! It’s definitely got just a lovely “aura” to them. I feel happy looking at it. Thanks!

Vintagegal burlesque dancer misty ayers c @thegirlisbad

vintagegal:

Burlesque dancer Misty Ayers c. 1950s

Indigodreams redpenscommaredshoes jugend @thegirlisbad

indigodreams:

redpenscommaredshoes:

“Jugend: Münchner illustrierte Wochenschrift für Kunst und Leben,” 30 September 1899, page 641, via.
Thegryphonsnest exceptional bureau in the museu @thegirlisbad

thegryphonsnest:

Exceptional Bureau In The Museu Del Modernisme, Barcelona!

Artnouveaustyle art nouveau stained glass balcony @thegirlisbad

artnouveaustyle:

Art nouveau stained glass balcony found in Sant Sadurní D'Anoia, Spain, via Barcelona PhotoBlog.

Artnouveaustyle perceptionsoftheworld casa @thegirlisbad

artnouveaustyle:

perceptionsoftheworld:

Casa Galimberti - Milanese Art Nouveau - 1903/1905 - Milano

ex brothel(?)

pretty!!

Asylum art life ball 2015 shines in precious @thegirlisbad

asylum-art:

  “Life Ball” 2015 shines in precious gold - Style Bible

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A glamorous party will be celebrated under the banner of solidarity and tolerance during the flashy AIDS charity event on 16 May. We can look forward to a large number of celebrities at the Life Ball again this year, including designer Jean Paul Gaultier and Hollywood star Charlize Theron. A benefit concert will be held the evening before in the Burgtheater with opera greats such as Anna Netrebko and Plácido Domingo.

The Life Ball is one of the biggest AIDS charity events in the world. The party on May 16 in front of Vienna’s City Hall promises to be flashy, colorful and loud, in order to generate donations for AIDS relief projects and to promote public awareness of HIV and AIDS.

The Viennese Secessionists provided inspiration for this year’s motto “Gold – Ver Sacrum | Santa Primavera | Sacre du Printemps”. “Ver Sacrum”, the spring festival which originates in ancient Rome, is reflected in Gustav Klimt’s golden paintings and in Igor Stravinsky’s ballet music “Sacre du Printemps” (The Rite of Spring). This year, the stage will consist of an scaled-up replica of the Vienna Secession and following the Life Ball will be part of the Eurovision Village for the Eurovision Song Contest.

Fashion show by Jean Paul Gaultier

Artnouveaustyle a dandelion illustration most @thegirlisbad

artnouveaustyle:

A dandelion illustration (most likely from Jugend).

reblog/repost from artdeandra

All thats interesting more gems you wont believe @thegirlisbad

all-thats-interesting:

More Gems You Won’t Believe Are Naturally-Occurring

My God. How incredible is it that the Earth just makes this stuff? It’s like living in a video game— just below the surface are big, purple crystals. It’s no wonder that people think these give you meditative powers.

Source:/r/GeologyPorn

C0ssette karl wilhelm diefenbach hadamar @thegirlisbad

c0ssette:

Karl Wilhelm Diefenbach (Hadamar 1851-1913 Capri), “Question to the Stars”

Fuckyeahvintageillustration little red riding @thegirlisbad

fuckyeahvintageillustration:

‘Little Red Riding Hood’ by John Hassall, a poster advertising a pantomime. 

Source

Vintagegal ghosts no1 oct 1971 @thegirlisbad

vintagegal:

Ghosts (No.1, Oct 1971)

Vintagegal audrey hepburn photographed during the @thegirlisbad

vintagegal:

Audrey Hepburn photographed during the filming of Funny Face, Paris, 1956 (via)

Vintagegal fred astaire and cyd charisse in the @thegirlisbad

vintagegal:

Fred Astaire and Cyd Charisse in The Band Wagon (1953)

Vintagegal house on haunted hill 1959 @thegirlisbad

vintagegal:

House on Haunted Hill (1959)

Sognidibellaitalia liberty a firenze villino g @thegirlisbad

sognidibellaitalia:

Liberty a Firenze: Villino G. Lampredi (by aldoaldoz)

Heaveninawildflower illustrated front cover of @thegirlisbad

heaveninawildflower:

Illustrated front cover of ‘Peter Henderson & Co’s Autumn Bulb Catalogue 1900.′

Peter Henderson & Co. 35 & 37 Cortlandt St, New York.

U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

archive.org

Humanoidhistory the moon april 21 1972 photos @thegirlisbad

humanoidhistory:

The Moon, April 21, 1972, photos by Charlie Duke.

(NASA)

Dreamwalkertobe vengeance is sworn francesco @thegirlisbad

dreamwalkertobe:

Vengeance is sworn - Francesco Hayez, 1851

Ganymedesrocks aleyma auguste delaherche vase @thegirlisbad

ganymedesrocks:

aleyma:

Auguste Delaherche, Vase, c.1895 (source).

AugusteDelaherche had grown up in an artistic environment where his uncle’s extensive antique collection, inclusive of framed paintings, engravings, furniture and ceramics of the 16th-century, inspired and educated the obvious consuming passion he developed.  Delaherche studied at l’Ecole des Arts Décoratifs from 1877 to 1882, with a break to fill his military duties.  He took courses at stained glass and metalwork studios, which served the early years of his career as he worked on the restoration of stained glass and became the director of a metal plating workshop for the Paris firm of Christofle.  Delaherche loved to develop singularities around objects of simple form.  When in 1887, after years of working in various industrial arts firms, Delaherche acquired a Paris studio he began his true call as a ceramist; concentrating on simple forms with thick drip glazes inspired by Japanese pottery, occasionally employing relief decorations or modeling vases and dishes in vegetal shapes.  Delaherche’s continual experimentation with kiln techniques enabled him to produce remarkably subtle gradations of color. By 1904, he had achieved professional maturity with his robust shapes inspired by Oriental, Greek or rustic pottery, thus helping to usher in the era of modern studio pottery.  Follow more of his passion at href="http://www.jasonjacques.com/works/auguste-delaherche/"http://www.jasonjacques.com/works/auguste-delaherche/

Bettie page photographed by irving klaw c 1950s @thegirlisbad

Bettie Page photographed by Irving Klaw c. 1950s

Missmonroes marilyn monroe photographed by andre @thegirlisbad

missmonroes:

Marilyn Monroe photographed by Andre de Dienes, 1953

Carolathhabsburg sapphire and diamond tiara @thegirlisbad

carolathhabsburg:

Sapphire and diamond tiara, property of a polish countess. 1900s.

Motionoftruth traditional drunkards path quilt @thegirlisbad

motionoftruth:

Traditional Drunkards Path Quilt Bracelet - Polymer Clay Quilt Pattern Bracelet - Classic Quilt Pattern Bracelet in Polymer Clay -Traditio by 2Roses

Vintagegal franz hein mermaid in a pool with @thegirlisbad

vintagegal:

Franz Hein- Mermaid in a Pool with Goldfish (Nixe im Goldfischteich), 1904 (via)

Adayofballet alina somova in giselle @thegirlisbad

adayofballet:

Alina Somova in Giselle

Ancientart the native american petroglyphs of @thegirlisbad

ancientart:

The Native American petroglyphs of Gold Butte. Northwest of Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

Photos courtesy of & taken by Andrew.

Vintagegal turkish belly dancer nejla ateş c @thegirlisbad

vintagegal:

Turkish belly dancer Nejla Ateş c. 1950s

Sixpenceee the black heron imitates shelter and @thegirlisbad

sixpenceee:

The Black Heron imitates shelter and generates shade. This attracts the fish and makes them think that it’s safe when really it’s a trap.

Missmonroes illustration by jon whitcomb of @thegirlisbad

missmonroes:

Illustration by Jon Whitcomb of Marilyn Monroe for Cosmopolitan Magazine, March, 1959

Happy birthday barbie @thegirlisbad

Happy Birthday Barbie!

Damelizabeth i was lucky i had someone else to @thegirlisbad

damelizabeth:

I was lucky I had someone else to become. When I was Maggie was the only time I could function. The rest of the time I was a robot.
Beatrixkiddos no one ever leaves a star thats @thegirlisbad

beatrixkiddos:

No one ever leaves a star. That’s what makes one a star.
Vintagegal horror films poster by decade 1960s @thegirlisbad

vintagegal:

Horror Films Poster by decade: 1960s

Rosemary’s Baby (1968), Night of the Living Dead (1968), Psycho (1960), The Birds (1963), Black Sunday (1960), Eyes Without a Face (1960), The Haunting (1963) Spider Baby (1967), Carnival of Souls (1962) and Village of the Damned (1960)

Favorite artists claude monet 1840 1926 @thegirlisbad

favorite artists: Claude Monet (1840-1926)

“Without the water, the lilies cannot live, as I am without art.”
“I will paint almost blind, as Beethoven composed completely deaf.”

Missmonroes marilyn monroe watching the filming @thegirlisbad

missmonroes:

Marilyn Monroe watching the filming of Desiree, while in costume on a break from shooting There’s No Business Like Show Business (1954)

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