Faye Schulman, part of the Jewish armed resistance against the Nazis, in A Partisan’s Memoir: Woman of the Holocaust (via anti-faschismus)
more Faye Schulman
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- Cecil Baldwin, WTNV live show 09/26/2013 (x)
Magdalena Frackowiak - Backstage at Anthony Vaccarello, F/W 2014 RTW
LMAOOO it’s always “kill all rapists and pedophiles” until one is your friend and you protect them with your life, you’re all fucking disgusting.
tattoo artist who can encode magic into tattoos but doesn’t want people to know she can so she just puts low-level luck spells on her clients’ bodies without telling them
jeweller who makes body jewellery and pendants which have amulet properties and draw love and luck and happiness to their wearers without them realising it
piercing artist who keeps the remnants from her piercings and puts them all in little jars in the back of her shop to work sympathetic luck spells on all her clients
and then all three of them slowly realise what the others are doing and end up in a poly relationship living in a little shop in the shitty end of town, which gets curiously less shitty the longer they stay, and people think it’s just the development of the area but the three artists know
and they’re never rich and they’re never famous but they’re always happy because they have everything they need
they have the shop and they have their customers and they have each other
and when their customers are happy and content, they pack up and move on, all together now, to find another space with skin to be coloured and jewellery to be made and magic to be done.
No injuries but extensive damage after vandals hurl Molotov cocktails at prayer hall in Zaporizhia, southeast of Kiev
But antisemitism ended after WWII, you guys.
A Reform synagogue in Simferopol (in Crimea) was vandalized with “Death to Jews” and swastikas.
A photo series I have just started, which aims to portray the ethereal, lovely, “sylph” as a symbol of the long standing social/psychological construct of the “ballerina”. To break the idealized and objectified picture of feminine detachment and beauty, and replace it with what dancers really are: People.
Aggy Deyn for Dr. Marten Spring 2013