(via Dyl’s Dance - 50 Watts)

Illustrations by Yann Bernard Dyl for La Danse Macabre by Pierre Mac Orlan (France, 1927)

"Dancing"

(via Dyl’s Dance - 50 Watts)

Illustrations by Yann Bernard Dyl for La Danse Macabre by Pierre Mac Orlan (France, 1927)

"Dancing"

rivimadison:

Video still of what’s to come by Jason Dunlap x Rivi Madison

rivimadison:

Video still of what’s to come by Jason Dunlap x Rivi Madison

tuesday-johnson:

ca. 1870-1900s, [cabinet card, portrait of Eva Slater wearing an Egyptian inspired stage costume], Webster & Albee.
via the New York Public Library, Jerome Robbins Dance Division, Treasures of the American Performing Arts 1875-1923

tuesday-johnson:

ca. 1870-1900s, [cabinet card, portrait of Eva Slater wearing an Egyptian inspired stage costume], Webster & Albee.

via the New York Public Library, Jerome Robbins Dance Division, Treasures of the American Performing Arts 1875-1923

liquidnight:

Dance with Mary Wigman at Monte Verità.
Ascona, Switzerland, circa 1910

liquidnight:

Dance with Mary Wigman at Monte Verità.

Ascona, Switzerland, circa 1910

smithsonianlibraries:

Do the funky chicken! Or, more aptly, Englischer Kampfhahn, aka the English gamecock.
From Abbildungen von Vogel-Skeletten, 1879-1897.

smithsonianlibraries:

Do the funky chicken! Or, more aptly, Englischer Kampfhahn, aka the English gamecock.

From Abbildungen von Vogel-Skeletten, 1879-1897.

good:

How to Dance Properly to Daft Punk’s ‘Get Lucky’

I think I could watch this an infinite number of times and still be in awe…

(via kayfabe)

dancing 1966 (by it’s better than bad)

dancing 1966 (by it’s better than bad)

(via Red All Over: 1942 | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)

Chicago, April 1942. “Dancing to the music of Red Saunders and his band at the Club DeLisa.” Photographer Jack Delano swaps the train pictures for a taste of cafe society. Medium format negative, Office of War Information. View full size.

(via Red All Over: 1942 | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)

Chicago, April 1942. “Dancing to the music of Red Saunders and his band at the Club DeLisa.” Photographer Jack Delano swaps the train pictures for a taste of cafe society. Medium format negative, Office of War Information. View full size.