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katisque:

Mandali Mendrilla ‘PRE 2000 COLLAGE’

katisque:

Mandali Mendrilla ‘PRE 2000 COLLAGE’

(via gryulich)

neuromaencer:

original ‘ruataniwha dam 1’ by jake

neuromaencer:

original ‘ruataniwha dam 1’ by jake

(via naccsa)

majmok@volt

Ez….ez ugyanolyan óriási csalódás volt,mint yonder 2 éve…. Yellow bricks?this house is circus?mi történik?én öregszem?tényleg ennyire öreg lennék?fak

rfmmsd:

Photographer & Artist:

Ramona Zordini

"CHANGING TIME II"

(Source: ramonazordini.com, via tinaxxxsimone)

katisque:

Anna Viik SS14 LOOKBOOK

katisque:

Anna Viik SS14 LOOKBOOK


 Inka and Neele Hoeper in ZEIT Magazine July 4th 2013 by Lina Scheynius

 Inka and Neele Hoeper in ZEIT Magazine July 4th 2013 by Lina Scheynius

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centuriespast:

A locket with hair from Mary Shelley and her husband, Percy Bysshe Shelley. CreditBodleian Library, Oxford

centuriespast:

A locket with hair from Mary Shelley and her husband, Percy Bysshe Shelley. CreditBodleian Library, Oxford

(Source: The New York Times, via mirroir)

(Source: moonmonkey, via mirroir)

(Source: wulfazz, via deadlyart)

katisque:

Mandali Mendrilla ‘PRE 2000 COLLAGE’

katisque:

Mandali Mendrilla ‘PRE 2000 COLLAGE’

(via gryulich)

neuromaencer:

original ‘ruataniwha dam 1’ by jake

neuromaencer:

original ‘ruataniwha dam 1’ by jake

(via naccsa)

majmok@volt

Ez….ez ugyanolyan óriási csalódás volt,mint yonder 2 éve…. Yellow bricks?this house is circus?mi történik?én öregszem?tényleg ennyire öreg lennék?fak

(via deadlyart)

rfmmsd:

Photographer & Artist:

Ramona Zordini

"CHANGING TIME II"

(Source: ramonazordini.com, via tinaxxxsimone)

katisque:

Anna Viik SS14 LOOKBOOK

katisque:

Anna Viik SS14 LOOKBOOK


 Inka and Neele Hoeper in ZEIT Magazine July 4th 2013 by Lina Scheynius

 Inka and Neele Hoeper in ZEIT Magazine July 4th 2013 by Lina Scheynius

(Source: moldavia)

centuriespast:

A locket with hair from Mary Shelley and her husband, Percy Bysshe Shelley. CreditBodleian Library, Oxford

centuriespast:

A locket with hair from Mary Shelley and her husband, Percy Bysshe Shelley. CreditBodleian Library, Oxford

(Source: The New York Times, via mirroir)

majmok@volt

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