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The Alnwick Poison Garden is pretty much what you’d think it is: a garden full of plants that can kill you (among many other things). Some of the plants are so dangerous that they have to be kept behind bars. [x]

(Source: bregma, via helenacavalcanti)


The Birth of Venus - Charles Shannon, 1923
wow
love of my life

Fashion school is over, and now i have a tone of art supplies i thought i would never use!, One of my classes was illustrations and i guess those few hours a week paid off! I’ve been drawing a lot again happy place happy place… i wouldn’t mind some tips if any of my followers knows a few…

langleav:

mojofroyo:

One of my all time favorite poem books :) #langleav #loveandmisadventure #reflectivefridays

Aw thank you lovely xo Lang 
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Love & Misadventure by Lang Leav now in Barnes & Noble bookstores! Pick up a copy for yourself or a friend during your lunch break today or on your way home :) 
Also available on Kindle & Paperback from Amazon, Barnes & Noble + The Book Depository for free worldwide shipping.
David Teniers the Younger (1610-1690), The Archduke Leopold Wilhelm in His Gallery at Brussels, c. 1651
Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna
lesfleursdelart:

Water Nymphs, Henrietta Rae (1909)

http://sobadsogood.com/2013/09/09/heavenly-bodies-cult-treasures-and-spectacular-saints-from-the-catacombs-by-paul-koudounaris/

kaltblut-magazine:

ANNA DANILOVA!

INTROVERSIVE COLORS!

Anna Danilova, is a 23 year old artist. She was born in Stavropol (Russia). When Anna was 13 she moved to Moscow, where she graduated from school and entered University. Later she quit University and became keen on art. Anna has been painting with watercolors for 4 years already and 2 years ago she became fascinated by artistic photography.

Read the interview here:http://www.kaltblut-magazine.com/anna-danilova/

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puncturedartefact:

LEATHER LOVE! #leather #skeleton by Manish Arora S/S12View Post
fdacontemporaryfashion:

Fabric Manipulation
skipgood.blogspot.com
monikouture:

Yohji Yamamoto ( Fall/Winter 1995)