A woman surveys a treacherous mountain pass in the Pyrenees of France, 1956  -  Photograph by Justin Locke, National Geographic (via)


Tilda Swinton and Mia Wasikowska during the filming of “Only Lovers Left Alive” written and directed by Jim Jarmusch


"Ravishing Beauties" Jessica Stam photographed by Peter Lindbergh for Vogue Italia 2007


Andrej Pejic photographed by Julia Noni for French Revue des Modes Fall 2011.

Child’s hunting crossbow, 1600. Unknown artist. Germany.

Crossbow makers were affiliated as a separate group of craftsmen, ‘the Crossbowmen.‘ By the 16th century the great craft centres such as Nuremberg and Augsburg in southern Germany were producing crossbows with elaborate carving and inlaid, engraved staghorn. The combination of steel bow, often beautifully etched with mythological or biblical designs and the wooden stock brought together the armourer and the furniture maker for the same productions. V&A


Léon Spilliaert(Belgian, 1881-1946)

Landscape with tall trees   1900-1902

India ink and Conté pencils on paper

December Vogue

Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke puts down her sword and slips on some Dior as she talks to Violet Henderson about being our favourite Dragon Lady.


“Poems to the Sea” (house paint, pencil, and wax crayon on paper, 1959) – Cy Twombly (1928–2011)