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I’m watching Waking Life and scrolling through porn at the same time. 

arthubblog:


The Victory, 1902Phoebe Anna Traquair (1852 – 1936), Irish Phoebe Anna Traquair was an Irish artist who rose to prominence in Edinburgh and went on to produce a staggering volume of work. She was part of the Arts and Crafts movements in Scotland and worked in a number of disciplines including embroidery, jewellery making and metal work, painting, illustration and book design. She painted vast murals in several buildings including the Catholic Apostolic Church and the chapel of the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, both in Edinburgh. — at National Galleries of Scotland.

arthubblog:

The Victory, 1902
Phoebe Anna Traquair (1852 – 1936), Irish 

Phoebe Anna Traquair was an Irish artist who rose to prominence in Edinburgh and went on to produce a staggering volume of work. She was part of the Arts and Crafts movements in Scotland and worked in a number of disciplines including embroidery, jewellery making and metal work, painting, illustration and book design. She painted vast murals in several buildings including the Catholic Apostolic Church and the chapel of the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, both in Edinburgh.
— at National Galleries of Scotland.

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Bazic Street (2012, Dir. Carlos Gonzalez and Esra Padgett)

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I’m watching Waking Life and scrolling through porn at the same time. 

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yeshecholwa:

Hirō Isono, The Mana Tree

yeshecholwa:

Hirō Isono, The Mana Tree

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arthubblog:


The Victory, 1902Phoebe Anna Traquair (1852 – 1936), Irish Phoebe Anna Traquair was an Irish artist who rose to prominence in Edinburgh and went on to produce a staggering volume of work. She was part of the Arts and Crafts movements in Scotland and worked in a number of disciplines including embroidery, jewellery making and metal work, painting, illustration and book design. She painted vast murals in several buildings including the Catholic Apostolic Church and the chapel of the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, both in Edinburgh. — at National Galleries of Scotland.

arthubblog:

The Victory, 1902
Phoebe Anna Traquair (1852 – 1936), Irish 

Phoebe Anna Traquair was an Irish artist who rose to prominence in Edinburgh and went on to produce a staggering volume of work. She was part of the Arts and Crafts movements in Scotland and worked in a number of disciplines including embroidery, jewellery making and metal work, painting, illustration and book design. She painted vast murals in several buildings including the Catholic Apostolic Church and the chapel of the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, both in Edinburgh.
— at National Galleries of Scotland.

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beyondliesthewub:

Bazic Street (2012, Dir. Carlos Gonzalez and Esra Padgett)

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nosdrinker:

he’s cured

departured:

nosdrinker:

he’s cured

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brazilwonders:

Recife - Pernambuco (by Arthur Perruci)

brazilwonders:

Recife - Pernambuco (by Arthur Perruci)

thelandofwtf:

I spy with my little eye…http://thelandofwtf.tumblr.com

thelandofwtf:

I spy with my little eye…
http://thelandofwtf.tumblr.com

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