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Happy Birthday Madeline Kahn!
(September 29, 1942 -
December 3, 1999)
She was really a great gift to us all. … I saw art [in her], not just funny. But I saw a person who was gifted with art. I don’t think there’s anything that Madeline Kahn couldn’t do. Nobody could approach the magnificence and wonder of Madeline Kahn.
Katharine Hepburn in costume as Tracy Lord for the Broadway production of The Philadelphia Story, 1939
Another case of running into a gif which happens to be perfectly in step with the music I’m listening to.
Been a while since I’ve posted something here (been busy with certain things), so here’s one from the archives. I drew this study of my room back in 2010 (I’ll spare the long, painful origin story behind it) with a bit of wishful thinking….. for one the closet never had doors, the zeppelin model was never finished and it’s nowhere near as large as it appears. Currently the area in front of the bed is occupied by a large bookshelf.
Orient Line, Sydney, Australia
from the State Library of New South Wales
Cruise line office in Sydney, 1930s.
From the archive:
The Orient Line had a building in Spring St, Sydney. Find out more about its deco style at Discover Collections: Temples of Commerce.
Untitled (Monarch Beer and Wimpy’s Hamburgers), 1946, Chicago. (Ida Wyman)
Duke Ellington, 1928.
Sounds interesting alright, thanks for the tip!
Criterion could release a movie where people eat shit and I’d watch it because the cover art makes it look like a masterpiece.
I know, right?