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jesuisperdu:

jacob lawrence
1942

jesuisperdu:

jacob lawrence

1942

tokyowanderings:

hiroshima okonomiyaki. it was probably close to a foot in diameter - i could barely finish half of it. ._. street food is sooo good.

tokyowanderings:

hiroshima okonomiyaki. it was probably close to a foot in diameter - i could barely finish half of it. ._. street food is sooo good.

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Anna Karina in Le Petit Soldat (1963) dir. Jean-Luc Godard

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nicokrijno:

Mignonne in Yellow with Iris’

nicokrijno:

Mignonne in Yellow with Iris’

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lehroi:

Henri Matisse

lehroi:

Henri Matisse

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"Good people are like candles; they burn themselves up to give others light."

Turkish Proverb   

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wi-ch:

A Growth Which Was Seeded in a Gesture
(after a portrait of Marina Abramović)
105 x 105 cm
oil on linen
2014

wi-ch:

A Growth Which Was Seeded in a Gesture

(after a portrait of Marina Abramović)

105 x 105 cm

oil on linen

2014

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0ing:

Air

0ing:

Air

(via whiskeysoaked)

womensweardaily:

They Are Wearing: Kubavision, the
 Best from Men’s Fashion Week
Photo by Kuba Dabrowski
Kuba Dabrowski, the photographer behind WWD’s They Are Wearing slide shows, traveled to London, Florence, Milan and Paris to document the unique style scene and ambiance outside the men’s wear shows.

I want to slowly undress men who wear suits like this. Dear god, hi. 

womensweardaily:

They Are Wearing: Kubavision, the

Best from Men’s Fashion Week

Photo by Kuba Dabrowski

Kuba Dabrowski, the photographer behind WWD’s They Are Wearing slide shows, traveled to London, Florence, Milan and Paris to document the unique style scene and ambiance outside the men’s wear shows.

I want to slowly undress men who wear suits like this. Dear god, hi. 

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