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mothgirlwings:

Harold Lloyd takes a nap
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mothgirlwings:

Harold Lloyd takes a nap

(via fyeah-haroldlloyd)

occultures:

TIAMAT, the Goddess of Darkness and Sleep.

occultures:

TIAMAT, the Goddess of Darkness and Sleep.

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TIL Gallery: Where I Sleep - London

The Invisible Line in Dalston rouses the subject of slumber by bringing together international artists each with a very different take on what sleep means within the context of their own home. ‘

samwanda:

kittypackards:

Myrna Loy, 1930’s

♥ ♥ ♥

samwanda:

kittypackards:

Myrna Loy, 1930’s

♥ ♥ ♥

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murzs:

Björk by Glen Luchford (1995)

This is beautiful

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Live action models Helene Stanley and Ed Kemmer during the production of the animated Walt Disney film ‘Sleeping Beauty,’ August 1958. (via)

Live action models Helene Stanley and Ed Kemmer during the production of the animated Walt Disney film ‘Sleeping Beauty,’ August 1958. (via)

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'Things we do in bed' exhibition at Danson House:
We spend a third of our lives in bed, much of that time under covers such as quilts to keep us warm. Although some have metamorphosed over time from useful household objects to works of art, Things We Do in Bed celebrates quilts’ continuing links to what goes on behind the bedroom door.  A lively mix of quilts and quilt works will be displayed through the five bedrooms in Danson House, with each room focusing on a different bed activity: Birth, Sleep, Sex, Illness, Death.
The show will feature traditional historical quilts dating from the 18th and 19th centuries, alongside contemporary quilted work from artists, including Grayson Perry, Sara Impey, Karina Thompson, Michele Walker and prisoners through Fine Cell Work.

'Things we do in bed' exhibition at Danson House:

We spend a third of our lives in bed, much of that time under covers such as quilts to keep us warm. Although some have metamorphosed over time from useful household objects to works of art, Things We Do in Bed celebrates quilts’ continuing links to what goes on behind the bedroom door.  A lively mix of quilts and quilt works will be displayed through the five bedrooms in Danson House, with each room focusing on a different bed activity: Birth, Sleep, Sex, Illness, Death.

The show will feature traditional historical quilts dating from the 18th and 19th centuries, alongside contemporary quilted work from artists, including Grayson Perry, Sara Impey, Karina Thompson, Michele Walker and prisoners through Fine Cell Work.

mothgirlwings:

Harold Lloyd takes a nap
(via fyeah-haroldlloyd)

mothgirlwings:

Harold Lloyd takes a nap

(via fyeah-haroldlloyd)

occultures:

TIAMAT, the Goddess of Darkness and Sleep.

occultures:

TIAMAT, the Goddess of Darkness and Sleep.

(via evillily)

TIL Gallery: Where I Sleep - London

The Invisible Line in Dalston rouses the subject of slumber by bringing together international artists each with a very different take on what sleep means within the context of their own home. ‘

samwanda:

kittypackards:

Myrna Loy, 1930’s

♥ ♥ ♥

samwanda:

kittypackards:

Myrna Loy, 1930’s

♥ ♥ ♥

(via damsellover)

murzs:

Björk by Glen Luchford (1995)

This is beautiful

(Source: cactuslegs, via suicideblonde)


Live action models Helene Stanley and Ed Kemmer during the production of the animated Walt Disney film ‘Sleeping Beauty,’ August 1958. (via)

Live action models Helene Stanley and Ed Kemmer during the production of the animated Walt Disney film ‘Sleeping Beauty,’ August 1958. (via)

(Source: vintagegal, via oldfilmsflicker)

'Things we do in bed' exhibition at Danson House:
We spend a third of our lives in bed, much of that time under covers such as quilts to keep us warm. Although some have metamorphosed over time from useful household objects to works of art, Things We Do in Bed celebrates quilts’ continuing links to what goes on behind the bedroom door.  A lively mix of quilts and quilt works will be displayed through the five bedrooms in Danson House, with each room focusing on a different bed activity: Birth, Sleep, Sex, Illness, Death.
The show will feature traditional historical quilts dating from the 18th and 19th centuries, alongside contemporary quilted work from artists, including Grayson Perry, Sara Impey, Karina Thompson, Michele Walker and prisoners through Fine Cell Work.

'Things we do in bed' exhibition at Danson House:

We spend a third of our lives in bed, much of that time under covers such as quilts to keep us warm. Although some have metamorphosed over time from useful household objects to works of art, Things We Do in Bed celebrates quilts’ continuing links to what goes on behind the bedroom door.  A lively mix of quilts and quilt works will be displayed through the five bedrooms in Danson House, with each room focusing on a different bed activity: Birth, Sleep, Sex, Illness, Death.

The show will feature traditional historical quilts dating from the 18th and 19th centuries, alongside contemporary quilted work from artists, including Grayson Perry, Sara Impey, Karina Thompson, Michele Walker and prisoners through Fine Cell Work.

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