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  2. northfalls:

    natalie dormer | GQ magazine, april 2014

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  3. polishallthenails:

    If I’m going to go polish shopping with people from the internet, of course I’m going to go sparkly to maximise that sweet, sweet IRL attention.  I do love attention. 

    Oh, if you’re in Toronto and want to come shopping with me, let me know, I know all the good, sparkly places.  Totes’ll take you :)

    Details here.

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  5. http://www.steampunktendencies.com/
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    steampunktendencies:

    Rubèn Pàmies created a unique art piece – the Pirate Time –which features a skull with vintage watch mechanisms and other parts from timepieces. The skull has been embedded with over 4,000 pieces of high end watch making; some of them are 200 years old, crimped to perfection on a skull moulded plaster cast.Via Watch parts motorcycles

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    Steampunk Tendencies Official Group

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  6. lissycposts:

    Andy Goldsworthy’s art

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  7. Francesco Guardi - The Piazza San Marco towards the Basilica,1765. The tower next to the basilica today is a replacement for this one, which stood from the 15th century until it collapsed in 1902
    Edward Hopper - Nighthawks, 1942). The location of Hopper’s subject has been widely debated, but seems to be on the south-west side of Mulry Square, where Perry Street slants.
    Canaletto - A Regatta on the Grand Canal, 1740. The man on the left in yellow staring at the viewer is supposedly Joseph Smith, the famous patron of Canaletto & British consul in Venice.
    William Logsdail - St. Martin in the Fields, 1888. St Martin in the Fields church is situated on the opposite side of Trafalgar Square to Northumberland House.

    worldpaintings:

    The way we document the surroundings change together with the face of the cities we live in. Halley Docherty has taken 18th and 19th-century well known historical paintings of city scenes around the world and superimposed them on to present-day Google Street View screenshots. Take a look at more collages of cities then and now! 

    Photo credits (do not remove if you reblog!) : Halley Docherty.

    Via The Guardian

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  8. brushstrokesandshutterclicks:

    Ian Lawson & Harris Tweed …. what a combination! The book Ian has produced is just breathtakingly beautiful. 

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  9. She’s accessorizing the shit out of those ears her dad gave her

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  12. essie:

    'shearling darling', you warm my heart.

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    Dress

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    Timeless vixen Vintage

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    cyberteeth:

    Chimamamda Ngozi Adiche, We Should All Be Feminists

    The most powerful thing anyone has ever said to me: “You deserve to take up space.” 

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