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yiq:

idk but i put it up on s6 if you dig it

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efedra:

Backstage at Maison Martin Margiela Artisanal F/W 2014

efedra:

Backstage at Maison Martin Margiela Artisanal F/W 2014

paperswallow:

Objects found lying around my house

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kriemhildsrevenge:

Jean Seberg as Joan of Arc in “Saint Joan” (1957) by George Bernard Shaw

kriemhildsrevenge:

Jean Seberg as Joan of Arc in “Saint Joan” (1957) by George Bernard Shaw

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cmog:

Collectors call this pattern Roman Rosette but its original name and manufacturer are not known. It was probably made in several factories in both the East and Midwest since it is relatively common and occurs in many sizes and colors. Fragments of the pattern were found at the Sandwich factory site.
(via Plate | Corning Museum of Glass)

cmog:

Collectors call this pattern Roman Rosette but its original name and manufacturer are not known. It was probably made in several factories in both the East and Midwest since it is relatively common and occurs in many sizes and colors. Fragments of the pattern were found at the Sandwich factory site.

(via Plate | Corning Museum of Glass)

Detail, Grimaces and Misery - Circus Performers, c. 1888, Fernand Pelez de Cordova

Detail, Grimaces and Misery - Circus Performers, c. 1888, Fernand Pelez de Cordova