Photo 23 Apr 1 note Lynd Ward
American, 1905–1985
Two Figures
1932
Wood engraving on Japanese paper
The Barnes Foundation

Lynd Ward

American, 1905–1985

Two Figures

1932

Wood engraving on Japanese paper

The Barnes Foundation

Photo 23 Apr 1 note Tekla

Tekla

Photo 23 Apr 2 notes French casting of a Khmer dancer based on works by the School of Cambodian Arts (possibly from the studio of Alfred Finot, 1876-1947). Note that the mokot (headdress) is bent in this antique statue.

French casting of a Khmer dancer based on works by the School of Cambodian Arts (possibly from the studio of Alfred Finot, 1876-1947). Note that the mokot (headdress) is bent in this antique statue.

(Source: devata.org)

Quote 23 Apr
On the day in question he could not shake the feeling that he was being shown the future. It was something less than what one might have hoped for. The flames had died in the East Bay hills but what felt to be the entire Bay Area remained covered in ash. Cars were made to appear uniform in color. It lay thick in the corners of things like drifts of dirty snow. A trio of young Asian women he took as college students passed along the sidewalk wearing surgical masks. This is how it will look, he thought, moving past the women. It will look like this, and then it will look worse.
— Kem Nunn, Chance
Photo 23 Apr 2 notes EEK

EEK

Photo 22 Apr 4 notes Supernal Form 2

Supernal Form 2

Photo 22 Apr 3 notes Then the quiet, peaceful village became a nightmare of terror for the school mistress. For with her growing fear, came a dark secret from her own past to haunt her. And she was suddenly thrown into a terrifying struggle to save herself and a young girl from one of the most ancient and bizarre evils known to man…
Pyramid edition published, February 1966

Then the quiet, peaceful village became a nightmare of terror for the school mistress. For with her growing fear, came a dark secret from her own past to haunt her. And she was suddenly thrown into a terrifying struggle to save herself and a young girl from one of the most ancient and bizarre evils known to man…

Pyramid edition published, February 1966

Photo 22 Apr 4 notes  The Three Graces
Artist: Jessel, Paul
Object Date: 1981
Medium: Graphite drawing on paper mounted on board
Samek Art Gallery

 The Three Graces

Artist: Jessel, Paul

Object Date: 1981

Medium: Graphite drawing on paper mounted on board

Samek Art Gallery

Photo 22 Apr 3 notes tip

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Video 22 Apr 2 notes

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