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halogenation:

The Veiled Virgin, Puritas - Antonio Corradini, 1725.

halogenation:

The Veiled Virgin, Puritas - Antonio Corradini, 1725.

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spectacularuniverse:

From ‘A System of Anatomical Plates’ by By John Lizars, 1822.

spectacularuniverse:

From ‘A System of Anatomical Plates’ by By John Lizars, 1822.

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milky-pudding:

<3 <3 <3

milky-pudding:

<3 <3 <3

mordaza:

:’(

mordaza:

:’(

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syphiliticvaginas:

Used to have a pin of this beauty on my jacket. Went missing at one of many possible drunken shows. RIP sweet angel. 

syphiliticvaginas:

Used to have a pin of this beauty on my jacket. Went missing at one of many possible drunken shows. RIP sweet angel. 

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pagans-dream:

Come get spammed with Autumn things:
http://theautumnwitch.tumblr.com/
I’m just standing it up, so its a bit rough, as the playlist and layout for this blog, but I’m working on it!

pagans-dream:

Come get spammed with Autumn things:

http://theautumnwitch.tumblr.com/

I’m just standing it up, so its a bit rough, as the playlist and layout for this blog, but I’m working on it!

myspacequeen:

burdbrain:

Innocence is a sleepy reet

I want

myspacequeen:

burdbrain:

Innocence is a sleepy reet

I want

instagram:

Facing the Foliage with @cnstzn

For more flower portraits, browse the #facethefoliage hashtag and follow @justinablakeney and @cnstzn on Instagram.

Inspired by Justina Blakeney’s (@justinablakeney) #facethefoliage hashtag, Turkey Instagrammer Cansu Tüzan (@cnstzn) started to bring her portraits to life. Using everyday objects including flowers, seashells, metal scraps and jewelry, the student living in Gelibolu, Çanakkale, arranges objects on her desk before creating a character. “When I travel or walk anywhere, I am trying to look for all the details. I am always looking very carefully at everything as all the dried branches, flowers and leaves help me to create new characters.”

Cansu explains how she puts together each photo. “I try to shape hair and eyes, then I realize that the portrait is starting to look at me,” she says. “After I design the portrait, I wonder where it lives or whether the face belongs to a real person. Some of my followers claim my portraits look like their friends or relatives. This feeling makes me happy, as I am dreamer and I love showing my dreams through my works.”

fading-art:

vintage/nature

fading-art:

vintage/nature

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