omg this makes me so happy!!
Live your life how you want, but don’t confuse drama with happiness
just a few of the signs we made today for our rally on april 24 starting at 8:30AM! thanks to everyone who came out.
these are fantastic! i’m so excited to see femmepowered and open gates MHC create a similar campaign at mount holyoke. i know both colleges are worried (to varying degrees) about reactions from alumnae, but this alumna supports you—and trans women’s inclusion—100%.
Roland Topor : (January 7, 1938 – April 16, 1997), was a French illustrator, painter, writer, filmmaker and actor, known for the surreal nature of his work. He was of Polish Jewish origin and spent the early years of his life in Savoy where his family hid him from the Nazi peril.
Roland Topor wrote the novel The Tenant (Le Locataire chimérique, 1964); is the story of a Parisian of Polish descent, a chilling exploration of alienation and identity, asking disturbing questions about how we define ourselves. The later novel Joko’s Anniversary (1969), another fable about loss of identity, is a vicious satire on social conformity.
Topor published several books of drawings, including Dessins panique (1965) Quatre roses pour Lucienne (1967) and Toporland (1975). Selections from Quatre roses pour Lucienne were reprinted in the English language collection Stories and Drawings (1967). His carefully detailed, realistic style, with elaborate crosshatching, emphasises the fantastic and macabre subject matter of the images.
"K-hol[e]" study, 2014
Colored pencil on painted wood - Based on text & art from a favorite book.
The Incredible Hulk vs. The Amazing Spider-Man by Steve Rude
MY FAVORITE MOVIE EVER!!!!
A happy 50th Anniversary to the 1964 World’s Fair! Check out the Library’s collection of photographs from the celebrated event. (
and the awesome fashions, Mad Men fans eat your heart out!)