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Previously 'posh-lost'


sanctusjude asks: What would you consider essentials to an outfit? What are some of your favorite articles of clothing?

Essentials:

  • monochrome
  • a little bit of blue
  • layers (very important)
  • gingham / tartan

Favourite clothes:

  • mid-length brown tweed skirt
  • polo-neck jumper
  • Uniqlo socks
  • cardigans
vechernyaya:

Eyes as Big as Plates # Agnes II by Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen

waiwaipang:

A little while ago I watched Kes for the first time. It was really great, and the imagery so beautiful I watched it again and did some drawings from it.

Thinking about university but I don’t think I want to do solely Art. I think I’d want to do Sociology or Anthropology or History or Journalism. I’d probably do a Bachelor of Arts still but major in something else.

Six pix

Watched the 1969 film ‘Kes’. Such a sad, beautiful film.

natgeofound:

Louis Leakey and his family inspect the campsite of an early hominid in Tanzania, November 1961.Photograph by Robert Sisson, National Geographic

natgeofound:

Louis Leakey and his family inspect the campsite of an early hominid in Tanzania, November 1961.
Photograph by Robert Sisson, National Geographic

thehystericalsociety:

September 1942 - (Via)

thehystericalsociety:

September 1942 - (Via)

I honestly just want to cry and feel real.

blueberrymodern:

vintage handwoven tapestry

blueberrymodern:

vintage handwoven tapestry

The Grand Budapest Hotel - Vehicles

Claiming there is no other life in the universe is like scooping up some water, looking at the cup and claiming there are no whales in the ocean.
Neil deGrasse Tyson in response to “Aliens can’t exist because we haven’t found them yet” (via samuraifuckingfrog)

(Source: unusual-entities)

allthingsmoomin:

Tove Jansson on the island of Bredskär in 1950.
Tove and Lars Jansson bought the island and built a house called Vindrosen (The Wind Rose) in 1947. The whole family moved in except for Tove’s brother Per Olov Jansson (who also took this photo), since he already had a cottage on a nearby island.
In post-war Finland, building material was hard to come by and among other things, nails were pulled out and straightened from old planks to make the building possible.

allthingsmoomin:

Tove Jansson on the island of Bredskär in 1950.

Tove and Lars Jansson bought the island and built a house called Vindrosen (The Wind Rose) in 1947. The whole family moved in except for Tove’s brother Per Olov Jansson (who also took this photo), since he already had a cottage on a nearby island.

In post-war Finland, building material was hard to come by and among other things, nails were pulled out and straightened from old planks to make the building possible.