Leon Bakst - Costume design (Nijinsky as Krishna, Le Dieu Bleu). 1911
Costume design for a bacchante in ‘Narcisse’ by Tcherepnin, by Leon Bakst.
Tamara Karsavina and Mikhail Fokine in the Ballet Russes’ production of “The Firebird”. I absolutely love the exotic costumes, and it has inspired me to use some sort of Harem pant in my lookbook. The three illustrations are by Leon Bakst, one of the main designers for sets and costumes with the Ballet Russes, and these illustrations were used to advertise the performance.
” How do you visually represent the nightmarish hallucinations you get in your sleep after accidentally eating old sweaty cheese or recalling a dream or a memory from your past only to realize it was actually from something you saw on TV? These are just two fleeting moments we choose to ignore or are just too damn embarrassed to admit. They are absurd anomalies– glitches in the system–that are a testament to our confusing lives. All of my work starts from similar confusing happenings that we may experience in one way or another. In my sculptures I embrace these experiences and translate them into tangible moments that manage to be even more absurd than that from which they came.” – Troy Coulterman
Where could I obtain some Skarsgård genes for my personal use? Cuz like, dayum.
Panama City, Florida <3
But seriously though, I can’t wait to come home for our most beautiful season. I come from paradise <3
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Mohamed Badu of India captured these stunning pictures last year after his wife noticed that ants that drank milk off the counter turned white.
Badu dissolved sugar in food coloring solutions of red, blue, green, and yellow and then placed them in his garden to attract ants. Some of the ants even moved between the different colored drops, resulting in psychedelic color combinations.