It’s been 27 years since art historian Linda Nochlin published her essay “The Imaginary Orient,” a critique of sexist and racist depictions of “brown and black folk” by Western artists such as Jean-Léon Gérôme. Back then, “I was put off… More»
Check out a cake pan at Great Bend Public Library, Kansas
This is amazing.
Who says libraries are dying?
I feel like there was another cake pan/library photo floating around a while back which was even more epic. Hanging them in bags seems much more sensible though.
Oh man, does looking at this make anyone else hungry?
Imagine taking that cake pan and putting gelato in it.
Can’t even work for the rest of the day now.
Wait wait wait, huntingtonlibrary what if we promised to fill this vase with gelato.
It’s 9 feet high…
Vase, 1889, Jean-Désiré Ringel d’Illzach. Bronze and copper, 107 1/2 in. high. The J. Paul Getty Museum.