"But shall you on your knowledge find this way."

Art is the only serious thing in the world. And the artist is the only person who is never serious.


I'm a theatre nerd. I just started school for my MFA in scenic (and hopefully costume) design. So this is my professional blog. Or more of a blog with my profession on it. Where I am, what I'm doing, what shows I'm working on, inspiration and the amazing people I meet. I'm sure you'll see some of my work on here too. I feel it will be a fairly exciting ride. What I often say, this is my real life as opposed to what goes on in my head.


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Beauty in red ! Opéra National de Paris Palais Garnier via operadeparis.fr

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Beauty in red !
Opéra National de Paris
Palais Garnier
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Christopher Wheeldon’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, set & costume design by Bob Crowley.

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this was in the binder i borrowed. good prompt book breakdown, though i’ve never had more than a costume plot under costumes. It may have been for a director’s binder.

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this was in the binder i borrowed. good prompt book breakdown, though i’ve never had more than a costume plot under costumes. It may have been for a director’s binder.

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crocobaby:

Do you think every president goes through a awkward first few weeks in office when they’re not sure when’s the right time to ask if aliens are real or not?

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 Isabelle de Borchgrave – Eleanora of Toledo (Details), 2006

“Isabelle’s favorite Medici painting, is this Bronzino portrait of Eleanora of Toledo and her son. She was particularly enthralled by the richness of the jewelry, noting that “all the jewelry created by Fulco di Verdura for Chanel in the 1930s was inspired by the dress in the Bronzino portrait.” Eleanora was Duchess of Florence in the 16th century, and is credited as having been the first modern consort. A pervasive myth tells that this exact dress served as Eleanora’s shroud, or burial gown. When her body was exhumed in the 19th century, the dress was quite similar to the one in Bronzino’s portrait. New research has found that it was a different dress, but that Eleanorawas buried wearing a nearly identical pearl encrusted hairnet.
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Tonight’s tiny arena at the Mohegan Sun in Connecticut.

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Backstage at the Latin Quarter, 1958, Gordon Parks for Life magazine

All of this, pretty much.

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thelingerieaddict:

raspberryroulade:

Backstage at the Latin Quarter, 1958, Gordon Parks for Life magazine

All of this, pretty much.

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Graffiti in an abandoned mental institution.

this is haunting

This is beautiful

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Colours of decay, by Alt_Gr.

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Colours of decay, by Alt_Gr.

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