ふくろう *.*
charlmalan:

J.A. Nelson, Cyanotype stereoview of a worker bee, 15 September 1884

charlmalan:

J.A. Nelson, Cyanotype stereoview of a worker bee, 15 September 1884

23silence:

Leda - Franz Zmurko, Jugend magazine, 1910.

❤️Breathless.

23silence:

Leda - Franz Zmurko, Jugend magazine, 1910.

❤️Breathless.

This afternoons dress rehearsal for Florence Meredith’s costume concept of ‘Sir Gawain et the Green Knight’ 
Not quite got my feet around moving with all the fabulous plaits of silk but I’m close! So very close.

This afternoons dress rehearsal for Florence Meredith’s costume concept of ‘Sir Gawain et the Green Knight’
Not quite got my feet around moving with all the fabulous plaits of silk but I’m close! So very close.

snowce:

Louis Ginnett, Jacinta, 1925

snowce:

Louis Ginnett, Jacinta, 1925


Havana, Cuba (1914)

Havana, Cuba (1914)

☔️💖☔️The Raincoat Weather continues…wrapped up in my Vintage La Coste WindRainBreaking Pink Coat. 
The detachable hoodie, long length, pockets et not to mention the fabulous colour are all the reasons why I adore this coat! ☔️💖☔️

☔️💖☔️The Raincoat Weather continues…wrapped up in my Vintage La Coste WindRainBreaking Pink Coat.
The detachable hoodie, long length, pockets et not to mention the fabulous colour are all the reasons why I adore this coat! ☔️💖☔️

simena:

Guy Kortright

simena:

Guy Kortright

alaynyala:

A-POC Kanazawa, 2004 Marcus Tomlinson for Issey Miyake

alaynyala:

A-POC Kanazawa, 2004
Marcus Tomlinson for Issey Miyake


Sonia Delaunay. Designs for the Opera 1917

Sonia Delaunay. Designs for the Opera 1917

chagalov:

Harald Kreutzburg, 1930s -by Will Burgdorf  [+]
from LA

chagalov:

Harald Kreutzburg, 1930s -by Will Burgdorf  [+]

from LA

santiagocaruso:

Santiago Caruso : The Spectral House / Ink and scratching over paper / 32 cm x 24 cm / 2013

For The Count.

jewahl:

The Bates house in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960) was largely modeled on an oil painting at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. The canvas is called “House by the Railroad” and was painted in 1925 by American iconic artist Edward Hopper. The architectural details, viewpoint and austere sky is almost identical as seen in the film.