don't i know you from the cinematographer's party?
Personal thoughts, feelings, discoveries, and a hodge podge of aesthetically pleasing items from a hopelessly romantic young alt who constantly wishes she had enough patience to have a truly artistic soul. General themes will most likely include love, loss, pattern, design, hope, music, and classic literature.
don't i know you from the cinematographer's party?
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lousnieuw:

Scotch Collectables www.scotch-collectables.com
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Charlotte Rampling
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robertkazinsky:

Film Genre Meme: thriller (1/5)

Only one is a wanderer; two together are always going somewhere.

Vertigo (1958)
robertkazinsky:

Film Genre Meme: thriller (1/5)

Only one is a wanderer; two together are always going somewhere.

Vertigo (1958)
robertkazinsky:

Film Genre Meme: thriller (1/5)

Only one is a wanderer; two together are always going somewhere.

Vertigo (1958)
robertkazinsky:

Film Genre Meme: thriller (1/5)

Only one is a wanderer; two together are always going somewhere.

Vertigo (1958)
robertkazinsky:

Film Genre Meme: thriller (1/5)

Only one is a wanderer; two together are always going somewhere.

Vertigo (1958)
robertkazinsky:

Film Genre Meme: thriller (1/5)

Only one is a wanderer; two together are always going somewhere.

Vertigo (1958)
robertkazinsky:

Film Genre Meme: thriller (1/5)

Only one is a wanderer; two together are always going somewhere.

Vertigo (1958)
robertkazinsky:

Film Genre Meme: thriller (1/5)

Only one is a wanderer; two together are always going somewhere.

Vertigo (1958)
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aqf:

Anthony Gerace
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laughingsquid:

‘Hard Copy’, A Fashion Collection That Combines Traditional and 3D-Printed Materials
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books0977:

The Novel Reader (1888). Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, 1853-1890). Oil on canvas.
As art historian Judy Sund says it, for “this imagined female…[to be] reading a yellow book (i.e. a modern novel) with wide-eyed attention reflects the artist’s conviction that everyone should read, and suggests anew that his conception of the ideal woman included a devotion to the modern fiction that was modeled on his own.” (“Favoured Fictions,” p. 260).
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lostateminor:

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Dali authored a cookbook in 1973 and it’s as surreal as it gets

Salvador Dalí was best known for the striking and bizarre images in his surrealist work, but did you know he was also the author of something as practical and down-to-earth as a cookbook? Published in 1973, it’s a big, gold cookbook with very old-school classic recipes, like lobsters glazed in aspic. Add a healthy dose of his signature surrealism via some intensely erotic paintings and you’ll get an idea why this is such a collector’s item.
Each of the twelve chapters within cover a specific class of dishes, from exotic courses to fish and vegetables, all rendered with a surrealist twist both gastronomically and aesthetically. Would you be at all surprised that his tenth chapter is dedicated to aphrodisiacs?
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gllry:

Hope Gangloff
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vintagegal:

Girls Love #50 (1957)
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jmketeenfanclub:


Kustaa Saksi. Hypnopompic. Comtemporary wool.
Arachne’s Web.
Arbor Vitae.
Herbarium of Dreams.

:O ahh
jmketeenfanclub:


Kustaa Saksi. Hypnopompic. Comtemporary wool.
Arachne’s Web.
Arbor Vitae.
Herbarium of Dreams.

:O ahh
jmketeenfanclub:


Kustaa Saksi. Hypnopompic. Comtemporary wool.
Arachne’s Web.
Arbor Vitae.
Herbarium of Dreams.

:O ahh
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babysylviaplath:

Social networking
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