“Portrait of the Duchess of La Salle”, 1925, Tamara de Lempicka.
Marina, 17. Brazil. Interested in varied forms of art, lives for the contemplation of its beauty, ingenious execution, concept.
All of this is purely a reflection of me.
I found this picture when researching social anxiety and it just hit me. idk why but it’s so accurate and I love it so much.
Mongolia; early 20th century
C2006.55.1 (HAR 65721)
Mahakala is one of the most important fierce protectors of Mongolian Buddhism. Like a number of the other masks displayed here, he is crowed with a diadem of five skulls. His wrathful character is heightened by the snake that winds around his topknot and by his three angrily bulging eyes.
"Bad Trip" 2014, colored pencils and ink on moleskine paper, cm 26x21
for my solo “Dancing Collapse”, Thinkspace Gallery, November