Bad Religion || Frank Ocean
I can never make him love me
I spent a couple hours laying on the floor listening to the same Frank Ocean song over and over again and then put on some Devendra Banhart and danced and remembered that tomorrow I’m probably going to teach my friend piano and I’m so excited to do that (and we’ll probably try to sneak into this old spanish building in the middle of the night)
The Ronettes with Phil Spector and Estelle’s one-time boyfriend George Harrison in 1964
I’m feeling super off today so I’m going to try to not whine here but I probably will later tonight okay alright I’m sorry
Born in Mexico City, Agustín Victor Casasola was a legendary photojournalist for Mexico City´s leading newspapers under the Porfirio Díaz regime. In 1914, as the Mexican Revolution gathered force, he opened one of the world’s early picture agencies and the first photographic information agency in Mexico.
Casasola had a remarkable understanding of photography´s importance as a social document. Unlike most studio photographers of his time, he took his camera everywhere– the halls of government, factories, bars, prisons, schools, and the streets of Mexico City. After the Revolution, Agustín Victor Casasola and his agency documented the impact of this political upheaval on the society of Mexico and the rebuilding of the country’s economy.
Unlimited Cool #25
Etta James; I’d Rather Go Blind
i’m interesting and charismatic and talented and cute and this is not the end
The undersea ‘Realm of Glass’ set from The Thief of Bagdad (1924, dir. Raoul Walsh) Art direction by William Cameron Menzies.
To prepare the set for the underwater world, a family of artisans spent three months hand-blowing the required glass pieces.