Two sailors ca. 1940-1945. An image featured in the “Love and War” exhibit at the Kinsey Institute Gallery. More info on the exhibit can be found here.
“The photo is usually seen cropped from the waist up, as it was in the 1980s when the activist organization ACT-UP used in it on a T-shirt in their Read My Lips campaign. But the print hanging in the Kinsey gallery is the original version. Below decks, the sailors’ flies are open, and they are, so to speak, crossing swords.”

Two sailors ca. 1940-1945. An image featured in the “Love and War” exhibit at the Kinsey Institute Gallery. More info on the exhibit can be found here.

The photo is usually seen cropped from the waist up, as it was in the 1980s when the activist organization ACT-UP used in it on a T-shirt in their Read My Lips campaign. But the print hanging in the Kinsey gallery is the original version. Below decks, the sailors’ flies are open, and they are, so to speak, crossing swords.”

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entregulistanybostan:

Akira Kurosawa en el Lido con Toshiro Mifune, 1960 (Lapresse)
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entregulistanybostan:

Akira Kurosawa en el Lido con Toshiro Mifune, 1960 (Lapresse)

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entregulistanybostan:

Claude Debussy and Erik Satie, photographed by Igor Stravinsky at Debussy’s home in 1911
Source: http://www.erik-satie.com/galerie/
alfiusdebux:

Claude Debussy and Erik Satie, photographed by igor Stravinsky at Debussy’s home in 1911.
E. Satie vient de terminer une fugue où l’ennui se dissimule derrière des harmonies malveillantes.
E. Satie just finished a fugue where boredom hides behind malicious harmonies.
-Debussy, in a 1908 letter

entregulistanybostan:

Claude Debussy and Erik Satie, photographed by Igor Stravinsky at Debussy’s home in 1911

Source: http://www.erik-satie.com/galerie/

alfiusdebux:

Claude Debussy and Erik Satie, photographed by igor Stravinsky at Debussy’s home in 1911.

E. Satie vient de terminer une fugue où l’ennui se dissimule derrière des harmonies malveillantes.

E. Satie just finished a fugue where boredom hides behind malicious harmonies.

-Debussy, in a 1908 letter

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