After Frida Kahlo died in 1954, her husband Diego Rivera shut her belongings in a bathroom at their Mexico City home, the Blue House – then demanded it be locked until 15 years after his death.

Opening the time capsule. 

More historic women artists.

Muse Prompt

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Name of your muse: Zelda Jaegerjaquez

One picture you like best of your Muse’s FC:

Two headcanons that you have for your muse that you never told anyone:

1. She’s the younger twin.

2. She’s never been good at making or keeping friends.

Three things that your muse likes doing in their free time:

1. Killing dragon minions.

2. Zoning out.

3. Staring at the sky.

Two things your muse regrets:

1. Not staying by his side.

2. Becoming so weak and pathetic.

Two phobias your muse has:

1. Catagelophobia- Fear of being ridiculed.

2. Kakorrhaphiophobia- Fear of failure or defeat.

Tag ten people to do the same thing:

prophasisplays paijwen-ooc mordremsylvari dhaosing meeralith tyrias-last-timelord the-omni-dragon carvedbonespoons ginvalaura phaseretreat such-might-much-strong

I only know two of you well but… wooo. :D


“I’m not saying I’ve been everywhere and I’ve done everything. But I do know this is a pretty amazing planet we live on here. And a man would have to be some kind of fool to think we’re all alone in this universe.”

Even the Jack Burton and the legendary Lo Pan would be impressed with this awesome Big Trouble in Little China created by tattoo sleeve by tattoo artist Paul Acker, owner of Deep Six Tattoo in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It features stunning portraits of the main characters from John Carpenter’s 1986 cult classic, including Jack Burton, Wang Chi, the Three Storms, Gracie Law, David Lo Pan, and even one of Lo Pan’s many-eyed guardians.

“Sit tight, hold the fort, keep the home fires burning. And if we’re not back by dawn…call the president.”

[via Geekologie]