I Was Made for Lovin’ You by Kiss
from Dynasty (1979)
Charles Sprague Pearce (1851-1914)
Oil on canvas
In a playful gender reversal, which is highlighted by the painting’s title, Pearce costumed his androgynous model in a woman’s kimono, producing an ambiguity that viewers found fascinating.
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
Domino Dancing by Pet Shop Boys
from Introspective (1988)
MYK & Shirosky || 5 Percenter
"for a second’s breath I said, let’s connect"
- Dated: 19th century
- Place of Origin: India
- Medium: steel, silver, ebony, brass
- Measurements: overall length: 26.5 inches (680mm)
The haft is made of black ebony with an almost horn like appearance, brass collars, a brass top pommel, and brass securing knob with scrolling collar to hold the blade. The blade is decorated with silver koftgari in the form of scrolling flowers and foliage. It is particularly contrasting on a dark steel background.
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