These awesome portraits, depicting gorgeous drag queens with only half of their faces made up, were all shot by photographer Leland Bobbé for an ongoing series entitled Half-Drag. “My intention with Half-Drag is to capture both the male and the alter-ego female side of these subjects in one image.” The photos are as fascinating as they are beautiful.
Visit Vogue Italy to view all of the Half-Drag project photos that Leland Bobbé has created thus far. Half-Drag is an ongoing, non-commercial project, so if you like what you see, you might consider supporting Bobbé’s project by contributing here.
Today, I am moving into my sister’s apartment. I am loving this mixture of textures and styles. It reminds me of Taylor and I and how we are melding our home styles together.
This is what I see my future home looking like as I collect contradicting era and styles of art and furniture. Love this!
Forgotten Songs in Australia
Hidden in a Sydney alleyway called Angel Place the songs of fifty different species of birds that were gradually forced out of the city as a result of European settlement can still be heard calling down from a canopy of birdcages. A permanent art exhibit, Forgotten Songs includes the installation of 120 birdcages suspended to look as if they’re floating in the sky, accompanied by recordings of the sounds of Sydney’s long lost birds.
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