They say the world is a stage. But obviously the play is unrehearsed and everybody is ad-libbing his lines.
Maybe that’s why it’s hard to tell if we’re living in a tragedy or a farce.
We need more special effects and dance numbers.
— Bill Waterson (Calvin and Hobbes)
Operatic melodrama at The Surrealist Ball last Friday.
(Photo credit: Sidñey Oolongo)
Greenwich Village, New York City, 1985
You know, I’ve heard the streets of New York were much more dangerous in the 1980’s, but this isn’t exactly what I imagined.
Photographer Emilio Sommariva was well-known for his portraits of the aristocrats and bourgeois of Milan, 1920s
Say what you want but all I see here is Iorek Byrnison.
I had two follower requests that I wanted to knock out: more photos of me all dressed up, and boobs. I do so appreciate not being asked to smile or make cheesecake-y faces for the camera. I think this suits me so much better.
The second photo was totally taken by Adrien Buckmaster! I’d recognize that floor and background anywhere! He’s awesome.
Indeed. Adrian is amazing and you are a stunning subject, @artifuss.