mymodernmet:

Artist Kendal Murray builds miniature mixed-media sculptures that take viewers on a playful and imaginative journey. Using tiny toy figures and objects like hand mirrors and clutches, Murray builds small worlds filled with creative memories, daydreams, and fantasies.
mymodernmet:

Artist Kendal Murray builds miniature mixed-media sculptures that take viewers on a playful and imaginative journey. Using tiny toy figures and objects like hand mirrors and clutches, Murray builds small worlds filled with creative memories, daydreams, and fantasies.
mymodernmet:

Artist Kendal Murray builds miniature mixed-media sculptures that take viewers on a playful and imaginative journey. Using tiny toy figures and objects like hand mirrors and clutches, Murray builds small worlds filled with creative memories, daydreams, and fantasies.
mymodernmet:

Artist Kendal Murray builds miniature mixed-media sculptures that take viewers on a playful and imaginative journey. Using tiny toy figures and objects like hand mirrors and clutches, Murray builds small worlds filled with creative memories, daydreams, and fantasies.
mymodernmet:

Artist Kendal Murray builds miniature mixed-media sculptures that take viewers on a playful and imaginative journey. Using tiny toy figures and objects like hand mirrors and clutches, Murray builds small worlds filled with creative memories, daydreams, and fantasies.
mymodernmet:

Artist Kendal Murray builds miniature mixed-media sculptures that take viewers on a playful and imaginative journey. Using tiny toy figures and objects like hand mirrors and clutches, Murray builds small worlds filled with creative memories, daydreams, and fantasies.
mymodernmet:

Artist Kendal Murray builds miniature mixed-media sculptures that take viewers on a playful and imaginative journey. Using tiny toy figures and objects like hand mirrors and clutches, Murray builds small worlds filled with creative memories, daydreams, and fantasies.
mymodernmet:

Artist Kendal Murray builds miniature mixed-media sculptures that take viewers on a playful and imaginative journey. Using tiny toy figures and objects like hand mirrors and clutches, Murray builds small worlds filled with creative memories, daydreams, and fantasies.

mymodernmet:

Artist Kendal Murray builds miniature mixed-media sculptures that take viewers on a playful and imaginative journey. Using tiny toy figures and objects like hand mirrors and clutches, Murray builds small worlds filled with creative memories, daydreams, and fantasies.

shannonjai:

1983 - Michael Jackson feeding his Deer. I believe their names were Prince and Princess. ♥ photographed by Todd Gray.
shannonjai:

1983 - Michael Jackson feeding his Deer. I believe their names were Prince and Princess. ♥ photographed by Todd Gray.
shannonjai:

1983 - Michael Jackson feeding his Deer. I believe their names were Prince and Princess. ♥ photographed by Todd Gray.
shannonjai:

1983 - Michael Jackson feeding his Deer. I believe their names were Prince and Princess. ♥ photographed by Todd Gray.
shannonjai:

1983 - Michael Jackson feeding his Deer. I believe their names were Prince and Princess. ♥ photographed by Todd Gray.
shannonjai:

1983 - Michael Jackson feeding his Deer. I believe their names were Prince and Princess. ♥ photographed by Todd Gray.
shannonjai:

1983 - Michael Jackson feeding his Deer. I believe their names were Prince and Princess. ♥ photographed by Todd Gray.
shannonjai:

1983 - Michael Jackson feeding his Deer. I believe their names were Prince and Princess. ♥ photographed by Todd Gray.
shannonjai:

1983 - Michael Jackson feeding his Deer. I believe their names were Prince and Princess. ♥ photographed by Todd Gray.

shannonjai:

1983 - Michael Jackson feeding his Deer. I believe their names were Prince and Princess. ♥ photographed by Todd Gray.

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I feel like when I talk to Mary Timony tomorrow I’m going to scare her with how much I like her

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Q&A with Joni Mitchell:

Of all the musicians and rappers who have cited you as an influence, whose work do you appreciate most?


Prince. Prince attended one of my concerts in Minnesota. I remember seeing him sitting in the front row when he was very young. He must have been about 15. He was in an aisle seat and he had unusually big eyes. He watched the whole show with his collar up, looking side to side. You couldn’t miss him—he was a little Prince-ling. [Laughs.] Prince used to write me fan mail with all of the U’s and hearts that way that he writes. And the office took it as mail from the lunatic fringe and just tossed it! [Laughs.]

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wehadfacesthen:

Elliott Gould and Barbra Streisand, 1960s
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wehadfacesthen:

Elliott Gould and Barbra Streisand, 1960s

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