SLEEPIN' ON A HOLLOW LOG
ART FRAMER / 22 / FEMINIST / SAN FRANCISCO
queersinhistory:

TAMARA DE LEMPICKA 1898–1980
Polish art deco painter, glamorous socialite. Born to a wealthy family in Poland, she escaped to Paris with her husband in 1918, where she immediately began to pursue painting. Her style borrowed from the deconstructed forms of the cubists, combined with the sleek decadence of art deco. Well known for her scandalous sexual appetite along with her art, she was constantly having affairs with men and women, and fell into a circle of notable bisexual women including Vita Sackville-West and Colette. In 1939, she moved to America with her second husband to escape WWII, and became a favorite artist among the Hollywood set. Her work fell out of favor in the 1960s, only to find a new surge of popularity shortly before her death.
meyouanddoom:

This is a page from my upcoming zine “Tomorrow Perhaps” explaining how to make a key to unlock Boston bus shelter advertisements by the company, “JCDecaux”. 
Please spread this around and occupy these ad spaces with art. 

Barcelona, Spain
tortillapower:

Centro Historico, Mexico DF(taken with my Minolta XG7]
philamuseum:

Have you noticed more beautiful billboards and buses around Philadelphia? Art Everywhere US is “the largest outdoor art show ever conceived,” displaying fifty-eight works by great American artists in August from coast to coast. See how many you can spot throughout the city.“The Peaceable Kingdom,” c. 1846–47, by Edward Hicks (Dallas Museum of Art)
portermoto:

postagestamppaintings:

He proposed in Paris.  Now they live in Seattle.  She chose this stamp for his Valentine yesterday… (postage stamp paintings by Molly Rausch)

http://postagestamppaintings.tumblr.com