Ripley! Vasquez! Apone! Hicks! Bishop! Deitrich! Drake! Those other guys who die in the first 15 minutes!
(Source: brideofblacula, via theremina)
At home with the DeFractions.
Wonder Woman doesn’t indulge, you guys. Stop asking.
Wonder Woman doesn’t indulge!
Still, I had to look up the Blue Moon cocktail of the 1940s:
- 2 oz. dry gin
- 1/2 oz. fresh lemon juice
- 1/2 oz. Crème Yvette or crème de violette (a liqueur made from violet petals and berries)
- Lemon twist for garnish
Shake over ice and strain into a martini glass.
Milo cigarettes were a real brand that was specifically marketed to women (“For the woman of discernment…”) in the early 20th century. I don’t know if this is a form of product placement — a common form of advertising even in the ’40s — but, knowing William Moulton Marston, it’s more likely a criticism of bad habits.
—Sensation Comics #12 (1942) by William Moulton Marston & H.G. Peter
This photo is pretty much one of the reasons for Internet.
If you are in NYC, be sure and catch this show before it closes! It has some of my favorite art in it, including “Lick and Lather” by Janine Antoni, which I am SUPER obsessed with, and which kind of freaks my husband out.
More on Lick and Lather: http://www.art21.org/texts/janine-antoni/interview-janine-antoni-lick-and-lather
MTV Scratch visited “NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star” and spoke with the curators of the exhibition.
Closing in less than two weeks on May 26, ”NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star” attempts to capture a specific moment at the intersection of art, pop culture, and politics.