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"The best thing about a picture is that it never changes, even when the people in it do" • Andy Warhol

"The best thing about a picture is that it never changes, even when the people in it do" • Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol - Ladies and Gentlemen FS II128 | The Ladies and Gentlemen series is comprised of portraits of cross-dressers from a New York City nightclub called, The Gilded Grape. Warhol took the cross-dressers’ portrait with a Polaroid Big Shot camera and then transferred the image onto silk screen. This was the same process he used on celebrities and other famous figures.

Ladies and Gentlemen 128

Andy Warhol - Ladies and Gentlemen FS II128 | The Ladies and Gentlemen series is comprised of portraits of cross-dressers from a New York City nightclub called, The Gilded Grape. Warhol took the cross-dressers’ portrait with a Polaroid Big Shot camera and then transferred the image onto silk screen. This was the same process he used on celebrities and other famous figures.

It's always a treat to come across a modern renovation in a beautiful 19th  Century building. This apartment's foundation dates back to 1852 and there  are still stunning original features in the home like parquet flooring,  ceiling moulding and door paneling which perfectly compliments the modern  updates throughout the space. I also love the soft blues and greys, which  when paired back with white, marble and a touch of brass creates a bright,  fresh and welcoming space.  Images via...

Monday Mood: Bright & Modern in Lyon

It's always a treat to come across a modern renovation in a beautiful 19th Century building. This apartment's foundation dates back to 1852 and there are still stunning original features in the home like parquet flooring, ceiling moulding and door paneling which perfectly compliments the modern updates throughout the space. I also love the soft blues and greys, which when paired back with white, marble and a touch of brass creates a bright, fresh and welcoming space. Images via...

countrylivin22: April 17th 1912, Titanic would have arrived today in New York harbor. Here is a painting of what it might have looked liked.

countrylivin22: April 17th 1912, Titanic would have arrived today in New York harbor. Here is a painting of what it might have looked liked.

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