The Moth and the Lamp
by Cesar Santos
Cesar Santos is a Cuban-American painter. He is best known for images that transmit the impression of paintings of the past …
by Mark Zug
The first of the Noble Gases, Helium is named from the Greek root helios, meaning sun. As a gas it is buoyant in air, entirely benign in the body, and does not freeze at any temperature we can devise. Her emission spectrum is a rosy vermillion. Helium is useful for scientific experiments into superconductivity — the absence of electrical friction — and as a liquid it is a superfluid which will climb the walls of its container to escape. She is effortlessly powerful, radiant, benevolent, and not a little “above it all.” The opposite number to Radon.
That hair styled like shoes that form bunny-ears is just bizarre and gorgeous.
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A choreography of alternation is what is being staged by Frankie Morello today: if the femininity of the cuts nods to the sartorial tradition of the Fifties, the masculinity of the outerwear breaks the “tailored” mould of the volumes, which explode like abstract ideas;
“I’ll do shoes for the lady who lunches, but it would be, like, a really nasty lunch, talking about men.” —Christian Louboutin
via From Me To You – I’ll do shoes for the lady who lunches, but it….