fashionsfromhistory:

Riding Habit

1870s

Museum of Texas Tech University via Wayback Machine

nymerianne:

Peter & Harry being goofs..

geothebio:

tossin’ out a few ideas for some new charms

iheart-stonefield:

Gwen Stacy’s first & real last lines

↳ They were pretty clear that that’s what they wanted — the kind of Gwen that they wanted — at my first audition, that she was going to be his equal and that she was going to be a modern woman.” - Emma Stone

berrystumpytail:

morrowseer:

spottedleaf is about to throw down some sick prophecies

Now this is a story all about how

My life in ThunderClan turned upside down

I’d like to take a minute, just sit there man

I’ll tell you how fire alone can save our Clan

It’s happening all over again, Sue. Someone puts a spell on him and it ends in disaster. 

asylum-art:

OvergrowthbyParker Fitzgerald and Riley Messina

Overgrowth is a collaborative artistic project created by Parker Fitzgerald – the guy that takes most of the photos for Kinfolk magazine and Riley Messina – the gal that, if I’m not mistaken, did lots of the floral styling for this year’s Spring issue of Kinfolk, the one with the ice cream and flowers that made us go all gaga.

I’m totally going to be honest with you, I feel the concept of florals + faces is a wee overdone at this point, BUT the execution of this portraits (shot with film nonetheless) is beautiful. The floral design is just as awesome and works perfect with the models and the background. It’s whimsy (in the good sense) and somewhat creepy and dark at the same time – hence the feature on today’s post.

And even though it’s fall and there are hardly any wild flowers left, we can still enjoy a good ol’ session of floral design. In the face. Just the way we like it, right?

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