nonce word
musters the dead / eats your pizza
nonce word
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nineminutesofcows:

“Der junge Törless” (Young Torless), Volker Schlöndorff. 1966. 
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cavetocanvas:

Jean Delville, Mysteroiosa. Portrait of Mme Stuart Merrill, 1892
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aqqindex:

Hans Hollein, Municipal Museum Abteiberg Monchengladbach, 1972-1982
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oldsmokeys:

1947 LIFE Magazine fashion feature. Photos by Nina Leen.
oldsmokeys:

1947 LIFE Magazine fashion feature. Photos by Nina Leen.
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isgandar:

Sculptural Group (table support) of Two Griffins Attacking a Fallen Doe
South Italy, late 4th century BC
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 Postcards From Google Earth
“The images are screenshots from Google Earth. They are glitches that occur when the 2d satellite imagery and 3d terrain don’t line up quite right, or structures such as bridges get projected down onto the terrain below, creating fabulous and unintentional distortions”- Clement Valla
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leprincelointain:

Alfred Stevens (1823-1906), Portrait de Sarah Bernhardt - 1885
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pizzzatime:

euo: Peter Max
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pizzzatime:

retrogasm:
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rottentomatoes:

posthawk:

Rosemary’s Baby (1968)

Certified Fresh at 98%
rottentomatoes:

posthawk:

Rosemary’s Baby (1968)

Certified Fresh at 98%
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kittyinva:

Kittyinva: 1926 Jean Patou evening ensemble, from “Vogue”.
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kritseldis:

And here comes your illustrated Estonian language lesson for today!
What the English call a greenhorn, we in Estonia call a kollanokk (yellow peak) - as you can see from this postcard, it needs no further explanation to understand what one has in mind, when calling someone a mere kollanokk!
Can someone English speaking give me similar illustration showing a greenhorn?
Image used is a postcard from year 1975, photo by G.German
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deviatesinc:

Eva Le Gallienne as Queen Katherine in Henry VIII, 1946
photo by Irving Penn, from Eva Le Gallienne: A Biography
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ericpenington:

Léon Spilliaert, The Absinthe Drinker, watercolor and pastel on paper, 1907.