gatsbygal:

i was looking up historically accurate clothing as a bit of art inspiration and found the online museum of saudi arabian costume

there’s a bunch more gems just like these and they’re all so beautiful and unique.  there’s also great information about the clothing, too, such as how they were made, who wore them, what fabrics were used, what the different parts of the costumes were called, etc.  just a really fun and informative site and i thought i would share my find.

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sexymenread:

He’s not reading, I know. But he is sexy. And that’s a great chair for reading.

femmegoon:

Yes gawd

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planeta-venus:

Cress-coat performance, 1974/ 2006

Teresa Murak (*1949, lives in Warsaw) created as early as in the 1970’s

sculptures made from soil and plants. Her works move in the area where

Land Art and performance cross. In these, strict geometric forms and organic,

natural material are brought into contrast. The rational structure of the utilitarian

defined city should be overlaid through the spiritual power of organics nature.

In Zamość the artist transformed the town plan into a soil and plant sculpture.

At the opening of the exhibition in Potsdam at Alter Markt, she gave a performance

wearing a cress-coat, which was originally seen in 1974 in Warsaw.

http://www.idealcity-invisiblecities.org/en/264/

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