Oh, wow. The usual version of wing tattoos where they’re folded up against the shoulder blades doesn’t appeal to me but these… oh yes.
GET ON MY BODY
still really love this.
"But Jessica, you want to marry EVERYTHING"
One of my friends made a post on Facebook asking what people’s “comfort food” reading is- what do you reread when your brain and/or heart are worn out and you just want something comfortable, familiar, and relaxing?
I think I have a very different take on the topic than most of her friends.
The Lord of the Rings, or, when I haven’t lent it out to someone, Guy Gavriel Kay’s Tigana. Followers and friends, I’m curious what your “comfort food” reads are!
Coconut Angel Food Cake with Greek Yogurt Frosting | Top With Cinnamon
Bacchus can be seen as the topic of intense, inward absorption in the figures of the inebriated wine god and the hungry satyr, both of whom can be seen reveling in their own states of sensual consumption as they cherish the food they stare at and hold in their grasp.
Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni was born on this day in 1475. In celebration, we’re sharing a free chapter via Stanford Scholarship Online from In Your Face: Professional Improprieties and the Art of Being Conspicuous in Sixteenth-Century Italy on Michelangelo’s Bacchus, the sculpture produced originally for one of the most powerful patrons in Rome, Cardinal Raffaele Riario.
Image credit: Michelangelo’s Bacchus by shakko. Creative Commons via Wikimedia Commons.