Eleonora, Italy. Currently studying art history in Florence.


My life is like a teen movie, but a crappy one.

Things I love: Art, zombies, fat cats, Morrissey, dapper chaps, high heels, weird objects, retro style, Grand Guignol, Belle Epoque, pink hair.


fleurdulys:

Fireworks over Castel Sant’Angelo in Rome - Jacob Philipp Hackert 
1775
design-is-fine:

The Wunderkammer Olbricht, curated by Georg Laue, Me Collectors Room, Berlin, 2010. Via Morbid Anatomy

Maintaining cabinets of curiosities evolved during Renaissance and Baroque. In these collectors’ rooms precious artworks (artificialia), rare phenomena of nature (naturalia), scientific instruments (scientifica), objects from strange worlds (exotica), and inexplicable items (mirabilia) were preserved. They reflected the standard of knowledge and view of the world at that time.

Joan Crawford photographed by Clarence Sinclair Bull, 1925

Vivien Leigh in Gone with the Wind, 1939

Simplicity. Greta Garbo, 1930
portionsofeternity:

Bram Stoker’s Dracula, First Edition, 1897Published in Westminster by the Archibald Constable and Company
una-lady-italiana:

Philip Treacy Hat
gravesandghouls:

Mickey Mouse in The Mad Doctor (1933)