People like me!
Girls eat large swirls of cotton candy in Copenhagen, Denmark, January 1963. Photograph by Gilbert M. Grosvenor, National Geographic
(Source: natgeofound, via kleidersachen)
The euthanasia coaster, an honourable thought, if rather macabre.
Yasuhide Kobashi Installation at the 1961 Carnegie International
In 1961, Carnegie Museum of Art director Gordon Bailey Washburn (who organized the exhibition from 1952 to 1961) placed a special focus on Japanese art. Kobashi’s sculpture Plumbob XXVII was hung over the museum’s Grand Staircase and measured nearly 40 feet tall.
Dear Rio: I secretly love you.