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"I am a lonely painter, I live in a box of paints"

tokyo-fashion:

18-year-old Akane at the corner of Meiji Dori & Takeshita Dori in Harajuku with a cute pink hairstyle, cardigan, denim overalls & FILA bag. Full Look

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the-pastoralist:

What a color scheme. I would have a damn hard time deciding how to paint each section of trim on a Victorian.

the-pastoralist:

What a color scheme. I would have a damn hard time deciding how to paint each section of trim on a Victorian.

(via ceedling)

“It’s a party on the inside.”

—   Alex Turner on his lack of showing emotion (via sea-of-ether)

(Source: araws, via sea-of-ether)

“…and I’m not ready to deal with anything that is not abstract.”

m-i-s-o:

Miso : home-made tattoos : moon & comet for Noah's cosmic arms.Traded for dinner, Melbourne : 2014

m-i-s-o:

Miso : home-made tattoos : moon & comet for Noah's cosmic arms.
Traded for dinner, Melbourne : 2014

(Source: m-i-s-o.com)

ccccccecile asked: gloire à l'internet on sera aussi proches que si t'étais en Bretagne ou à Paris ou à Cholet ou aux Pays-Bas ahah! je t'aimet'aimet'aime

OUI, c’est partout pareil en fin de compte, sauf si on était dans la même ville! Cette fois ci je vais le publier volontairement sur mon blog parce que je veux le voir souvent <3

ccccccecile asked: Margaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaux

Cccccccécile!!!!!! <3

Mon passeport est prêt à Amsterdam, ça veut dire que je vais vraiment y aller!

chuckchunk:

how to say……

chuckchunk:

how to say……

atlasobscura:

A Guide to Six Strange Ocean Phenomena Through a 19th Century Text

Curious things happen out on the ocean. Some of these natural phenomena are illustrated in detail in Philip Henry Gosse’s compendium The Ocean from 1854. As part of their recent releasing of more than a million images into the public domain through Flickr, the British Library shared a few of these strange occurrences in their 19th century glory, and out on the seas you can still sometimes witness the otherworldly spectacles with your own eyes. 

We break them down for you over on Atlas Obscura…

(via scientificillustration)

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