Hendrik Kerstens Emulates Flemish Paintings With His Daughter As Muse
Photographer Hendrik Kerstens emulates Flemish Art with his daughter as the model, only the fashions are made from trash bags, coffee filters, bubble wrap, toilet paper and other everyday disposables.
oat straw tea and ginger pie
Once in a great while an opportunity arises to see Harold & Maude on the big screen, and every single time I can’t make it. So this week I took a few hours off work so I could finally see…
10 Instances Of Anarchist Societies That Actually Worked - Listverse
Although anarchy has long been seen as an ideological system impossible to implement (if not inherently contradictory) and as a direct cause of numerous acts of terrorism throughout history, its ideas have still been influential. In fact, during the 20th century, anarchism, like communism, was seen as a new system of governance that could potentially
Kytha Kurin: Anarcha-Feminism (1980)
Robert Graham presents “Anarcha-Feminism” – in preparation for the launch of The New Anarchism, Volume 3 of Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas.