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poison303:

Cindy Wilson drinks a cool glass of water, in a 1982 issue of the Italian magazine, Ciao 2001

poison303:

Cindy Wilson drinks a cool glass of water, in a 1982 issue of the Italian magazine, Ciao 2001

(via prisoner-of-the-coral-deep)

radio—free:

Wendy O. Williams

radio—free:

Wendy O. Williams

(Fonte: saucerfulofregrets)

paintdeath:

Rene Magritte - Clairvoyance (Self Portrait) 1936

paintdeath:

Rene Magritte - Clairvoyance (Self Portrait) 1936

(via ellsworthsmelly)

magictransistor:

Hannes Bok, Cosmic Science Fiction, May, 1941

magictransistor:

Hannes Bok, Cosmic Science Fiction, May, 1941

(via poodlefuzz)

oldhollywood:

Anita Ekberg warming up on the set of La Dolce Vita after wading in the Trevi Fountain (1959) (via)
“Anita Ekberg was a glorious apparition! She was like phosphorus, an extraterrestrial with a lunar pallor in her face and hair. It’s been a long time since I saw Anita. Watching her weather so many seasons as she has…I particularly appreciate her because in one of my films, a filmetto called Intervista, I narrated a visit with Mastroianni to her villa in the country. She’s a woman of a certain age who’s put on weight, who lives with her dogs and ducks, like a happy peasant.
And I saw she’d aged gracefully, a tranquil aging, sober, wise…She’s no longer the glorious diva, the Olympian she once was but she seems to me a beautiful example of serenity.”
-Federico Fellini, 1993 (via)

oldhollywood:

Anita Ekberg warming up on the set of La Dolce Vita after wading in the Trevi Fountain (1959) (via)

“Anita Ekberg was a glorious apparition! She was like phosphorus, an extraterrestrial with a lunar pallor in her face and hair. It’s been a long time since I saw Anita. Watching her weather so many seasons as she has…I particularly appreciate her because in one of my films, a filmetto called Intervista, I narrated a visit with Mastroianni to her villa in the country. She’s a woman of a certain age who’s put on weight, who lives with her dogs and ducks, like a happy peasant.

And I saw she’d aged gracefully, a tranquil aging, sober, wise…She’s no longer the glorious diva, the Olympian she once was but she seems to me a beautiful example of serenity.”

-Federico Fellini, 1993 (via)

(via una-lady-italiana)

20th-century-man:

Ava Gardner / production still from Mark Robson’s The Little Hut (1957)

20th-century-man:

Ava Gardner / production still from Mark Robson’s The Little Hut (1957)

call-me-shezza:

ultrafacts:

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Well there go
my plans for tomorrow

call-me-shezza:

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Well there go
my plans for tomorrow

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victorfranko:

Back when music videos meant something…

The Pretenders - Tattooed Love Boys

1979