artbydana:

Cassie!

(Source: creativealias, via nym-pseudo)

dragofficial:

RuPaul’s Drag Race Street Art Continues To Take Over Paris! 

Learn more about the latest French fad and see more amazing street art here

supervelma:

Stitching in variegated thread on vintage doilies #embroidery #art #doily #nope #nah #blue

supervelma:

Stitching in variegated thread on vintage doilies #embroidery #art #doily #nope #nah #blue

eugenialoli:

“A Question of Candy" by Eugenia Loli.

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6yung6blood6:


wanderlustoftime:

December 16, 2008: Tempest Storm, Gloria Pall & Dixie Evans at the Bettie Page funeral in Westwood Memorial Park, Los Angeles, CA

this is amazing i can’t breathe

6yung6blood6:

wanderlustoftime:

December 16, 2008: Tempest Storm, Gloria Pall & Dixie Evans at the Bettie Page funeral in Westwood Memorial Park, Los Angeles, CA

this is amazing i can’t breathe

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theatlanticcities:

Spain’s second city is so effortlessly attractive that it’s hard to believe anyone could fall out of love with it. A new documentary called Bye Bye Barcelona, however, shows some long-term residents wondering aloud how much longer they can stay where they are. The problem? Tourism, specifically a local industry that has become so dominant it risks stifling ordinary, everyday life in the city’s heart.  Panning across street after street of pedestrian gridlock, fast food joints and souvenir shops, the film’s record of locals shooed away by the constant visitor footfall offers a cautionary tale for any city that tourists love.

-Is Tourism Ruining Barcelona?

hannibalhamlin:


The only book I will ever need

hannibalhamlin:

The only book I will ever need

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questionableadvice:

~ The Ladies’ Guide to True Politeness and Perfect Manners; or, Miss Leslie’s Behaviour Book, a Guide and Manual for Ladies, by Eliza Leslie, 1864via Open Library

Words to live by.

questionableadvice:

~ The Ladies’ Guide to True Politeness and Perfect Manners; or, Miss Leslie’s Behaviour Book, a Guide and Manual for Ladies, by Eliza Leslie, 1864
via Open Library

Words to live by.