A Messy Nessy Curated Gift Guide
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by MessyNessy
2h ago
“Remember, the big stores don’t do ‘a little Jig’ when they make a sale. Make someone ‘jig’ this year.” I’ve always put a lot of thought into finding unique gifts at the holidays and if you’re a long-time reader, chances are we probably share similar tastes. So without further ado, let’s go gift-shopping… For the Miniatures Enthusiast ..read more
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13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. DCXXVI)
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by MessyNessy
2h ago
1. Shell Glasses By Centa ..read more
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A Brief History of Skinny Eyebrows
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by Cecile Paul
4d ago
Marlene Dietrich in Blonde Venus, 1932 Our eyebrows are arguably our most expressive, and some would even go as far as to say, dominant, facial features: they frame our faces, their expressions speak louder than words and what these non-identical twins say about the windows to our soul can be, well, rather telling, without us having to utter a word. How uncanny, too, that the configuration of an eyebrow can conjure up an entire time-period in history in the mind’s eye, and with it the socio-political vibes and emotive connotations attached to that era? Eyebrow shapes and sizes seem to fo ..read more
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History’s Quietest Icon: The Many Faces Pierrot
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by Jennifer Walker
5d ago
German actress and writer Erika Mann as Pierrot in der ‘Pfeffermühle’, 1934 “I’m Pierrot,” once said the late, great David Bowie: “I’m Everyman”. We all know his face: white like the moon, his only friend, with sad black lines drawn around the eyes, smudged by a teardrop or two ..read more
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Atlanta’s Phantom of the Fox and His Secret Theatre Apartment
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by Jennifer Mason
6d ago
Joe Patten, Atlanta’s Phantom of the Fox, on the rooftop of the Fabulous Fox Theatre ..read more
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13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. DCXXV)
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by MessyNessy
1w ago
1. Crow Native Americans watching the rodeo at Crow fair in Montana, 1941 Colorisation by ..read more
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The Wholesome Lost World of Competitive Barrel Jumping
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by Luke J Spencer
1w ago
©Luke J Spencer Whilst exploring the abandoned Grossinger’s holiday resort in New York’s Catskill mountains one last time before it was torn down, something caught our eye in the crumbling ruins of what had once been the ice skate house ..read more
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Digging Up Egypt’s Not So Ancient WWII Surrealist Movement
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by Jennifer Walker
1w ago
Abduh Khalil, Untitled c 1949. Photograph: Tate Liverpool Cairo, 1938. Around 140,000 British troops occupied the city, and World War II was ready to burst ..read more
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An Ode to the Lonely Bandstand
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by Claire Shepherd
1w ago
Greenwich Park Bandstand, UK © Peter Hayward ‘A bandstand is, merely an empty shell unless music is played upon it,’ so laments ..read more
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13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. DCXXIV)
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by MessyNessy
2w ago
1. Living Paintings ..read more
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