pretty things
this is for all the beauties i see in this virtual world
pretty things
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typethatilike:

Browns Court Bakery
studionudge.com
typethatilike:

Browns Court Bakery
studionudge.com
typethatilike:

Browns Court Bakery
studionudge.com
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classicpenguin:

Flavorpill lists “10 Books to Read While You’re Waiting for The Great Gatsby to Come Out”—lots of Penguins on that list, and we’re very excited to see Appointment in Samara, soon to be a Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition with an intro by Charles McGrath, which just ran on NYRBlog.
classicpenguin:

Flavorpill lists “10 Books to Read While You’re Waiting for The Great Gatsby to Come Out”—lots of Penguins on that list, and we’re very excited to see Appointment in Samara, soon to be a Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition with an intro by Charles McGrath, which just ran on NYRBlog.
classicpenguin:

Flavorpill lists “10 Books to Read While You’re Waiting for The Great Gatsby to Come Out”—lots of Penguins on that list, and we’re very excited to see Appointment in Samara, soon to be a Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition with an intro by Charles McGrath, which just ran on NYRBlog.
classicpenguin:

Flavorpill lists “10 Books to Read While You’re Waiting for The Great Gatsby to Come Out”—lots of Penguins on that list, and we’re very excited to see Appointment in Samara, soon to be a Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition with an intro by Charles McGrath, which just ran on NYRBlog.
classicpenguin:

Flavorpill lists “10 Books to Read While You’re Waiting for The Great Gatsby to Come Out”—lots of Penguins on that list, and we’re very excited to see Appointment in Samara, soon to be a Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition with an intro by Charles McGrath, which just ran on NYRBlog.
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evachen212:

Pouch Happy!
Okay, so yes—the fashion world is collectively obsessed with pouches right now. Here a pouch, there a pouch, everywhere pouches. The lovely ones above combine pouch deliciousness with the gorgeous vibrant designs of Mary Katrantzou, who I just adore. The one on the right is especially mesmerizing and—mark my words—will be mine one day (soon). 
evachen212:

Pouch Happy!
Okay, so yes—the fashion world is collectively obsessed with pouches right now. Here a pouch, there a pouch, everywhere pouches. The lovely ones above combine pouch deliciousness with the gorgeous vibrant designs of Mary Katrantzou, who I just adore. The one on the right is especially mesmerizing and—mark my words—will be mine one day (soon). 
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lustik:

Modern ghosts 2 - Hell’O Monsters - Galerie du jour
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lustik:

Air de l’océan - ANTOINE ONZGI  via Cédille
lustik:

Air de l’océan - ANTOINE ONZGI  via Cédille
lustik:

Air de l’océan - ANTOINE ONZGI  via Cédille
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sweepmeup:

Love the colour combo!
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likeafieldmouse:

Louise Bourgeois
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blue-voids:

Lynette Pierce
blue-voids:

Lynette Pierce
blue-voids:

Lynette Pierce
blue-voids:

Lynette Pierce
blue-voids:

Lynette Pierce
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likeafieldmouse:

Doug Wheeler - SA MI 75 DZ NY 12 (2012)
“It seems as if a semi-transparent, rectangular membrane were separating you from a white space of indeterminable extent beyond. You might reach out, gingerly, to be assured that there is nothing to bump into.
Here there is, it seems, nothing but whiteness as far as the eye can see. How far is that? You cannot tell just by looking, but as you walk toward the far wall, you find that the floor curves up and merges seamlessly into the perpendicular wall, and the material facts start to fall into place. Looking back, you discover an impressive battery of high-tech lighting previously hidden behind the framing proscenium.
The world is full of objects and textured surfaces; these are what our eyes are designed to see. That form of perception helps orient us in space. But, as Immanuel Kant observed long ago, it is not certain that space and time exist independently of human consciousness.
Mr. Wheeler’s white room may be a preview of the universal divine light into which each of us will merge, according to some mystics, when we die.”
likeafieldmouse:

Doug Wheeler - SA MI 75 DZ NY 12 (2012)
“It seems as if a semi-transparent, rectangular membrane were separating you from a white space of indeterminable extent beyond. You might reach out, gingerly, to be assured that there is nothing to bump into.
Here there is, it seems, nothing but whiteness as far as the eye can see. How far is that? You cannot tell just by looking, but as you walk toward the far wall, you find that the floor curves up and merges seamlessly into the perpendicular wall, and the material facts start to fall into place. Looking back, you discover an impressive battery of high-tech lighting previously hidden behind the framing proscenium.
The world is full of objects and textured surfaces; these are what our eyes are designed to see. That form of perception helps orient us in space. But, as Immanuel Kant observed long ago, it is not certain that space and time exist independently of human consciousness.
Mr. Wheeler’s white room may be a preview of the universal divine light into which each of us will merge, according to some mystics, when we die.”
likeafieldmouse:

Doug Wheeler - SA MI 75 DZ NY 12 (2012)
“It seems as if a semi-transparent, rectangular membrane were separating you from a white space of indeterminable extent beyond. You might reach out, gingerly, to be assured that there is nothing to bump into.
Here there is, it seems, nothing but whiteness as far as the eye can see. How far is that? You cannot tell just by looking, but as you walk toward the far wall, you find that the floor curves up and merges seamlessly into the perpendicular wall, and the material facts start to fall into place. Looking back, you discover an impressive battery of high-tech lighting previously hidden behind the framing proscenium.
The world is full of objects and textured surfaces; these are what our eyes are designed to see. That form of perception helps orient us in space. But, as Immanuel Kant observed long ago, it is not certain that space and time exist independently of human consciousness.
Mr. Wheeler’s white room may be a preview of the universal divine light into which each of us will merge, according to some mystics, when we die.”
likeafieldmouse:

Doug Wheeler - SA MI 75 DZ NY 12 (2012)
“It seems as if a semi-transparent, rectangular membrane were separating you from a white space of indeterminable extent beyond. You might reach out, gingerly, to be assured that there is nothing to bump into.
Here there is, it seems, nothing but whiteness as far as the eye can see. How far is that? You cannot tell just by looking, but as you walk toward the far wall, you find that the floor curves up and merges seamlessly into the perpendicular wall, and the material facts start to fall into place. Looking back, you discover an impressive battery of high-tech lighting previously hidden behind the framing proscenium.
The world is full of objects and textured surfaces; these are what our eyes are designed to see. That form of perception helps orient us in space. But, as Immanuel Kant observed long ago, it is not certain that space and time exist independently of human consciousness.
Mr. Wheeler’s white room may be a preview of the universal divine light into which each of us will merge, according to some mystics, when we die.”
likeafieldmouse:

Doug Wheeler - SA MI 75 DZ NY 12 (2012)
“It seems as if a semi-transparent, rectangular membrane were separating you from a white space of indeterminable extent beyond. You might reach out, gingerly, to be assured that there is nothing to bump into.
Here there is, it seems, nothing but whiteness as far as the eye can see. How far is that? You cannot tell just by looking, but as you walk toward the far wall, you find that the floor curves up and merges seamlessly into the perpendicular wall, and the material facts start to fall into place. Looking back, you discover an impressive battery of high-tech lighting previously hidden behind the framing proscenium.
The world is full of objects and textured surfaces; these are what our eyes are designed to see. That form of perception helps orient us in space. But, as Immanuel Kant observed long ago, it is not certain that space and time exist independently of human consciousness.
Mr. Wheeler’s white room may be a preview of the universal divine light into which each of us will merge, according to some mystics, when we die.”
likeafieldmouse:

Doug Wheeler - SA MI 75 DZ NY 12 (2012)
“It seems as if a semi-transparent, rectangular membrane were separating you from a white space of indeterminable extent beyond. You might reach out, gingerly, to be assured that there is nothing to bump into.
Here there is, it seems, nothing but whiteness as far as the eye can see. How far is that? You cannot tell just by looking, but as you walk toward the far wall, you find that the floor curves up and merges seamlessly into the perpendicular wall, and the material facts start to fall into place. Looking back, you discover an impressive battery of high-tech lighting previously hidden behind the framing proscenium.
The world is full of objects and textured surfaces; these are what our eyes are designed to see. That form of perception helps orient us in space. But, as Immanuel Kant observed long ago, it is not certain that space and time exist independently of human consciousness.
Mr. Wheeler’s white room may be a preview of the universal divine light into which each of us will merge, according to some mystics, when we die.”
likeafieldmouse:

Doug Wheeler - SA MI 75 DZ NY 12 (2012)
“It seems as if a semi-transparent, rectangular membrane were separating you from a white space of indeterminable extent beyond. You might reach out, gingerly, to be assured that there is nothing to bump into.
Here there is, it seems, nothing but whiteness as far as the eye can see. How far is that? You cannot tell just by looking, but as you walk toward the far wall, you find that the floor curves up and merges seamlessly into the perpendicular wall, and the material facts start to fall into place. Looking back, you discover an impressive battery of high-tech lighting previously hidden behind the framing proscenium.
The world is full of objects and textured surfaces; these are what our eyes are designed to see. That form of perception helps orient us in space. But, as Immanuel Kant observed long ago, it is not certain that space and time exist independently of human consciousness.
Mr. Wheeler’s white room may be a preview of the universal divine light into which each of us will merge, according to some mystics, when we die.”
likeafieldmouse:

Doug Wheeler - SA MI 75 DZ NY 12 (2012)
“It seems as if a semi-transparent, rectangular membrane were separating you from a white space of indeterminable extent beyond. You might reach out, gingerly, to be assured that there is nothing to bump into.
Here there is, it seems, nothing but whiteness as far as the eye can see. How far is that? You cannot tell just by looking, but as you walk toward the far wall, you find that the floor curves up and merges seamlessly into the perpendicular wall, and the material facts start to fall into place. Looking back, you discover an impressive battery of high-tech lighting previously hidden behind the framing proscenium.
The world is full of objects and textured surfaces; these are what our eyes are designed to see. That form of perception helps orient us in space. But, as Immanuel Kant observed long ago, it is not certain that space and time exist independently of human consciousness.
Mr. Wheeler’s white room may be a preview of the universal divine light into which each of us will merge, according to some mystics, when we die.”