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humansofnewyork:

(Kasangulu, Democratic Republic of Congo)

The Shadows of Lauren Bacall

newyorker:

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Richard Brody remembers the legendary actress:

“She was meant to play Presidents and C.E.O.s, editors-in-chief and visionary directors. How many such roles existed for actresses—for women in real life—in her heyday? Bacall was bigger than her career. She started young and stayed ahead of her time, and her greatness—her mighty personal presence and her diverse body of work—carries a shadow of unfulfillment, and even tragedy.”

Photograph by Ralph Crane/The Life Images Collection/Getty

ethiothixene:

Summer skin by Kristina Salgvik
errr-magazine:

Alba Yruela

 藤野有理, 23

tharlk:

THE dress

memereve:

Human Error, Victoria Siemer

Brooklyn-based graphic designer Victoria Siemer, also known as Witchoria, has an ongoing photography series updated weekly called Human Error in which the artist digitally overlays an existential or lovelorn computerized error message over a scanned Polaroid. The error message prompts the viewer for an action or to wait, illustrating the futility of this technological exercise when perceived in the context of heartbreak or ennui.

(via dancingwiththedead)