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Maritime Expositions and Desert Graves

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mepenelope:

YSL Haute Couture ss 2002.
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mepenelope:

YSL Haute Couture ss 2002.

(via amortentiafashion)

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theclotheshorse:

Katrin Thormann By Koto Bolofo For Numéro #157 October 2014

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spacetravelco:

Geographical and astronomical illustrations from the mid-1800s

by John Philipps Emslie

(several via the Wellcome Collection)

(via spaceexp)

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spacetravelco:

This magnificent New York Times comic by Anders Nilsen explores the past, present, and future of his existence (and ours) through the lens of the cosmic perspective.

(via kqedscience)

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style-trek:

OLA
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forlikeminded:

Fendi - Milan Fashion Week - Spring 2015
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forlikeminded:

Fendi - Milan Fashion Week - Spring 2015

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ilomart:

Space diver

(via loarts)

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I love the smell of the universe in the morning. 
—Neil deGrasse Tyson (via tessladapanda)

(via loarts)

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thekhooll:

Top Ten Most Amazing Buildings in the World That Haven’t Been Built! [via]

(Source: archatlas)

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(Source: pikeys, via z-i-v-a)

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loic-locatelli:

たまねぎ剣士Onion Knight(Big Black & White version)
This one is inspired by the powerful drawings of Angie Wang (and the last CR Fashion Book Issue)
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loic-locatelli:

たまねぎ剣士
Onion Knight

(Big Black & White version)

This one is inspired by the powerful drawings
of Angie Wang (and the last CR Fashion Book Issue)

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cotonblanc:

№ 70. Amy by Steven Klein, Heads: Hair by Guido 
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cotonblanc:

№ 70. Amy by Steven Klein, Heads: Hair by Guido 

(via z-i-v-a)

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startswithabang:

The Ten Brightest Stars in the Sky

"When that happens, your star starts burning heavier elements, expanding into a giant star that’s cooler but much more luminous than your initial star. Even though the giant phase is much shorter-lived than the hydrogen-burning phase, its incredible brightness allows it to be seen prominently from far greater distances than the original star ever could be."

When you think of the most recognizable collections of stars: the Big Dipper, Cassiopeia, the “Teapot” in Sagittarius and the Southern Cross, they might have prominent stars, but none of them crack the top 10 in terms of brightness. Who, then, are the brightest stars in the sky? Come see how many you know, and find what makes them shine so brightly, and why they’re not representative of most stars in the Universe!

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Showgirls play chess between shows, New York, 1958.
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Showgirls play chess between shows, New York1958.

(via marty-mc)

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