Sunday, 23 April 2017

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Alma Lavenson (1897-1989)
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romantisme-pornographique:

Marc Lagrange, Infinite possibilities, Senza parole, w/ Emilie Payet, Antwertpen, 2014. ¹
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Robert Doisneau
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adreciclarte:

John Bulmer - Lonely Pub, Yorkshire, 1964
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Curled’ by Emily Mccann.
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©Edouard Boubat, showing at In Camera. Image courtesy of Mois de la Photo
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forevernoon:

Dieter Krehbiel, 1960s-1970s.
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Lee Miller, London, 1940
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i-am-craving-you:

HE(ART)
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Date 1953 A group of girls are wearing dog collars around their ankles over their socks was a fashion trend. If a girl wore the dog collar on her left ankle it meant she had a boyfriend, but if the dog collar was worn on the right ankle it meant you did not have a boyfriend.
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