clarincomhd:

A los 87 años falleció en México DF el 17 de abril de 2014 a los 87 años. Escritor de alcance mundial, periodista y Premio Nobel de Literatura. En la foto muestra una Edición Conmemorativa de “Cien Años de Soledad”, en el Congreso de la  Lengua, en Cartagena, Colombia , en el 2007. (AFP)

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clarincomhd:

A los 87 años falleció en México DF el 17 de abril de 2014 a los 87 años. Escritor de alcance mundial, periodista y Premio Nobel de Literatura. En la foto muestra una Edición Conmemorativa de “Cien Años de Soledad”, en el Congreso de la  Lengua, en Cartagena, Colombia , en el 2007. (AFP)

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R. Crumb

R. Crumb

Lovers at the Chameleon Club, Paris 1932 began with a Brassai photograph I saw at a museum show in Washington. I was familiar with the photo, “Lesbian Couple at Le Monocle, 1932”: a portrait of two women sitting at a table in a bar, one in a sparkly evening gown, the other in drag, with short hair and a tuxedo. But the wall text said something I hadn’t known, which was that the woman in the tuxedo, a professional athlete named Violette Morris, had worked for the Gestapo during the German occupation of Paris and later been assassinated by the French Resistance.

A little research turned up an even more interesting story. Morris was an Olympic hopeful and a professional auto racer. When her license to compete as an athlete was revoked by the French government, as punishment for being a public cross-dresser, Hitler somehow got wind of it, and invited Morris to be his special guest at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. By the time she got back to France, she was not only spying for the Germans, but she was the person who told them where the Maginot Line ended: where they could breach the French defenses. During the Occupation, she did indeed work for the Nazis, and was killed by the Resistance in 1944.
Francine Prose.    (The Photo)
disgustinghuman:

holy fuck

disgustinghuman:

holy fuck

Fair question, because the sun owns bones.

Fair question, because the sun owns bones.

i-love-art:

Painting Myself Into a Corner by Keith Haring, 1979 

jennerallydrawing:

Hopefully the gif works, so here you guys go!

jennerallydrawing:

Hopefully the gif works, so here you guys go!

ka-bai:

Robert Mcginnis

ka-bai:

Robert Mcginnis

Dragons Forever

Por Matt Baker y Gregory Page

dinopuncher:

*tips chromosomes* m’tosis

fantagraphics:

Charles Burns

Portada del libro “The Ten Cent Plague” de David Hadju.  
Cuando me termine de leer Frankenstein voy a empezar este.

fantagraphics:

Charles Burns

Portada del libro “The Ten Cent Plague” de David Hadju.  

Cuando me termine de leer Frankenstein voy a empezar este.