cheese3d:

i think i can accurately say that i can crush a man’s head with my thighs

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hollyhocksandtulips:

Balenciaga
Photo by Richard Avedon

hollyhocksandtulips:

Balenciaga

Photo by Richard Avedon

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waltyensid:

10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Walt Disney Family Museum

  1. It is founded and owned by The Walt Disney Family Foundation and not the Walt Disney Company, meaning that nothing will be white washed during a presentation about the creation of different attractions or movies. The museum even includes a large exhibit discussing the strike against the Walt Disney Studios.
  2.  The museum displays a lot of rare footage of Walt Disney’s home videos with his family. Interestingly though, most of the footage is actually owned by the Walt Disney Company, because they purchased the likeness and rights to most photos of Walt Disney from the Disney family back in the 80s.
  3. Mary Blair’s(Key Artist on It’s a Small World) art desk and hat are on display in the museum’s it’s a Small World themed lower lobby.
  4. Original Disneyland posters are on display from attractions like “Adventure Thru Inner Space” and “Rocket to The Moon” in the lower lobby.
  5. One of the multi-plane cameras that were originally engineered by Ub Iwerks to shorten and improve the animation process is displayed in the museum lobby.
  6. A lot of the goodies sold in the Museum Store are exclusive to the museum and may not be found at any Disney Parks or the Disney store. So, if you are a Disney pin collector this may be the highlight of your visit. Also, the museum store has a fantastic collection of books for sale about Walt Disney and the Disney company.  Luckily for you, the store also has some items for sale online.
  7. The daughter of Walt Disney, Diane Disney Miller, occasionally visited the museum (since she ran it).
  8. All of Walt Disney’s personal Oscar awards are on display in the main lobby along with many of the other awards that he received throughout his lifetime. The most amazing Academy Award to see in person is the custom Snow White Award with the large figure on the top and the seven others representing the seven dwarves.
  9. In the center of the largest gallery in the Walt Disney Family Museum, lies a large model of Disneyland. But, the model isn’t of the current Disneyland or the Disneyland of past, but the Disneyland of Walt Disney’s Imagination.  Interestingly, the Sleeping Beauty Castle model was created by Walt Disney Imagineering in their model shop.
  10. The museum shows a different classic Disney feature film every month in the Fantasia themed theatre. The theater is also home to many of the special presentations at the museum that are presented each month.

The Walt Disney Family Museum is located in San Francisco in the Presidio. 


viralfacts:

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viralfacts:

Discover what you don’t know! VISIT HERE FOR MORE POSTS LIKE THIS!




Is there any chance you yourself are a time traveller?

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littlemure:

I bought some really nice paper today and made this sketchbook!

…I don’t need any more sketchbooks but the paper was so niiiice


millamarika:

ключи замки (Keys Locks, 2013)

Found object (drawer front panel), cardboard, paper, glue, book cloth, string, silkscreen and laser print on paper

Box app. 15 X 10 X 8 cm

Book 12 X 10 X 2 cm

Folded print (Keys Locks, part II) 75 X 63 cm

Through this project, emphasis on being in constant transition, in a process of change, and especially defying all definitions, begun to gain a more notable role in my thinking. I realized that de-familiarazation of the everyday environment and habits, and revelation of the hidden and the alternative, is really in the centre of my practitioning.

Check out also the exhibition views!


florence-sweeney:

some of my desired tools of my practice…

florence-sweeney:

some of my desired tools of my practice…


sillymooseillustration:

Star tunnel book


blogearthbound:

hand marbled paper- gorgeous! i will use this someday as a covering material

blogearthbound:

hand marbled paper- gorgeous! i will use this someday as a covering material



coldmourningrosary:

At Boston Public Library May 22, 1938: In 1937, the library rebound 75,000 books. Library employee Nettie Bandiera is shown here preparing to do a job of hand stitching to the 1938 collection. A study by the library at this time showed that books averaged just five lendings before they came to the bindery for rebuilding.

coldmourningrosary:

At Boston Public Library May 22, 1938: In 1937, the library rebound 75,000 books. Library employee Nettie Bandiera is shown here preparing to do a job of hand stitching to the 1938 collection. A study by the library at this time showed that books averaged just five lendings before they came to the bindery for rebuilding.


lisadavies:

Whatever Susan Collard, I can saddle stitch……….