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Francesca Woodman ph. . self portrait with scarf

Photographie extraite du film “L’étoile de mer”, ou le poème de Desnos, vu par Man Ray.

 Postcards From Google Earth
“The images are screenshots from Google Earth. They are glitches that occur when the 2d satellite imagery and 3d terrain don’t line up quite right, or structures such as bridges get projected down onto the terrain below, creating fabulous and unintentional distortions”- Clement Valla

Letter from Tove Jansson to a reader, 1978.
   Dear Stephen,      Thank  you for your letter! I am so very glad to know that you really like my stories! Here is the island where I live five months a year, it looks rather forbidding but is full of wild flowers. You should see the storms out there in the middle of the Finnish Gulf – Splendid. The signal mast blew down last spring. Now I am in town again and miss the loneliness. I do wish you a fine autumn!                     
                                                                                               Tove Jansson
Via Steve Richter Art

Alice (1988)Directed by Jan Svankmajer

Sydney Mortimer Lawrence (1865-1940):  Northern Lights

Going down. 14” x 10 1/2”

Ph. Masha Demianova

Esben Bøg Jensen

Carmen Dell’Orefice, 1947.

"Horsemanning, or fake beheading, was a popular way to pose in a photograph in the 1920’s. Sometimes spelled horsemaning, the horsemanning photo fad derives its name from the Headless Horseman, a character from “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.”