McAndrews

Learn your alphabet with sapphic ships!

Aberfield / Amberprice / Andromione / Allydia / Alphyne / Amedot  

Baillie / Bechloe / Belivaird / Bellamione / Berena / Beronica / Bianking / Bioquake / Black Hill / Brittana / Bubbline / Bumblebee

Calzona / Camteen / Camren / Cartinelli / Castella / Chansaw /  Chasefield / Cissamione /  Clexa / Clizzy / Copdoc / Cophine / Crosshares

Daensa / Doccubus

Emaya / Emison / Eposette

Faberry / Fayana / Fizetta / Flaritza / Fleurmione / Freelin / Freezerburn / Fridget / Fuffy

Gelphie / Grenna / Golly

Harlivy / Harpercass / Herminny / Hollstein / Holtzbert

Izwood

Jackanda / Janstar / Jathea / Jemily / Joniss / Jori

Karmy / Kigo / Korrasami / Kumirei

Ladybug / Lapidot / Lemon tea (Lenily) / Lottiana / Luaggie / Lunny

Mabcan / Mabifica / Malora / Marliza / McAndrews / McBond / Mercymaker / Michandrea /  Mitchsen / Misffle / Moariel /  Monochrome

Naomily / Nichorello / Ninessa / Nomanita / Noralise / Nuts & Dolts / Nyssara

Otalia

Paily / Palex  / Pearlmethyst (Mystery pearl) / Pezberry / Pharmercy / Pousoso / Pricefield / Princess Mechanic / Princess Rover / Pupcake

Quinncedes / Quinntana

Red Beauty / Red Snow / Reysma / Rilaya / Rizzles / Roisa / Rosecassie / Rosemary / Rositara / Ruby Slippers / Rupphire / Rybee

Salara / Sansaery / Sanvers / Sharmen / Shaysima / Shoot / Siophie / Skimmons (Bioquake) / Sleeping Warrior /Snow Queen / Som.va / Spashley / Starbel (Butterpines) / Staubrey / Stephcass / Supercat / Supercorp / Superlane / Swan Queen / Sweet Flips / Symbra

Tibette / Tillow / Tolbert / Toltzmann / Trimberly / Trishica / Tyzula

Underdavis / Utenanthy

Valcubus / Vauseman / Varcie

Wayhaught / White Rose / Widowtracer / Wiffy (Billow)

Xabrielle

Yatesbert / Yatesmann / Yumikuri

Zelimpa / Ziabby


May the sapphic goddess bless us, and guide us to be the gayest possible!


PS : Message me to help me complete the list!

See guys? It’s getting completed as we speak!

I can only add ship names… and also I WILL NOT add sisters! (Supergirl, Frozen, Orphan Black)

Learn your alphabet with sapphic ships!

Aberfield / Amedot

Baillie / Bechloe / Belivaird / Berena / Brittana / Bubbline / Bumblebee

Calzona / Camteen / Cartinelli / Castella / Chansaw /  Chasefield /  Clexa / Clizzy / Copdoc / Cophine

Daensa / Doccubus

Emison

Faberry / Fleurmione / Fridget / Fuffy

Gelphie / Grenna / Golly 

Herminny / Hollstein / Holtzbert

Izwood

Jackanda / Janstar / Jemily / Joniss / Jori

Karmy / Kigo / Korrasami / Kumirei

Lapidot

Malora / McAndrews / McBond / Michandrea /  Mitchsen / Misffle

Naomily / Nomanita / Nyssara

Otalia

Paily / Palex  / Pearlmethyst / Pharmercy / Pousoso / Princefield

Quinntana

Red Beauty / Reysma / Rilaya / Rizzles / Roisa / Rosemary / Rositara / Rupphire / Rybee

Salara / Sansaery / Sanvers / Sharmen / Shoot / Sleeping Warrior / Spashley / Staubrey / Supercat / Supercorp / Swan Queen

Tibette / Tillow / Trimberly / Trishica

U

Valcubus / Vauseman

Wayhaught / White Rose

Xabrielle

Yumikuri

Ziabby


May the sapphic goddess bless us, and guide us to be the gayest possible!



PS : Message me to help me out for the rest of the alphabet. See guys? It’s getting completed as we speak!

Frank Lloyd Wright, American Architect

It might seem unusual that MoMA’s 1939 building, which corresponded in so many ways with the International Style, should host a major retrospective of the work of Frank Lloyd Wright the following year. Wright, after all, had rejected many of the precepts of the hard-edged industrial imagery of the younger European architects with whom he had shared gallery space in the Museum’s first architecture show eight years earlier. But over the course of the 1930s MoMA looked more and more to issues of regional expression, American-ness in architecture, and an embrace of natural materials, notably wood. “Frank Lloyd Wright, American Architect"—which Wright took full control over, often to the frustration of nominal curator John McAndrew—was intended to culminate in a full-scale wooden Usonian house in MoMA’s new Sculpture Garden, seen through the plate glass windows beyond Wright’s display of his drawings and models. The show was at once of and by Wright, and focused overwhelmingly on his most recent work. Now, nearly 80 years later, Wright returns to MoMA in the exhibition "Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive,” on view through October 1.

See images from the 1940 exhibition and more at mo.ma/52exhibitions