thefeministme:

VIA: Stop Street Harassment

Truth.
baroque-ladies:

Baroque http://baroque-ladies.tumblr.com/

This is my nightmare.

baroque-ladies:

Baroque http://baroque-ladies.tumblr.com/

This is my nightmare.

The harp makes Active Child’s cover of Sweet Dreams by the Eurythmics a piece of fragile glass and water dreaminess. I really like it.

Cécile Corbel - La Fille Damnee

worrypower:

Hahaha remember when Robin Williams made lots of jokes about rape and incest and pedophilia and making fun of Muslim women but when he died it was all OH MY GOD I LOVED ALADDIN, MY CHILDHOOD, RIGHT IN THE CHILDHOOD, TRULY A SAINT FOREVER

Hahaha remember when Joan Rivers died…

thatsonofamitch:

emkaymlp:

please no halloween posts just yet. there’s still 2 months left

did someone say halloween
image

I just like the gif.

(via fairytalesandfrills)

frogmanslightschool:

After the Marathon

In the days and weeks following the bombings at the 2013 Boston Marathon, the whole city was in a daze. We couldn’t quite believe it all happened, and were struggling to make sense of the tragedy and loss.

At the Arlington St Church, only a few feet from the finish line, people from all over the world tied ribbons to it’s wrought iron fence in show of love and support. Some wrote prayers, some messages of who they were and where they were from, and some simply encouraged the people of Boston to stay strong.

For a grieving city, it was an amazing comfort for a tragedy that hit us all so close to home. 

Photography by Bex

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This is such a beautiful tribute. I’m a sucker for roadside memorials or ephemeral memorials. They interest me so, and there’s just something about ribbons and writing.

(via cryoftheancients)

telari:

And here they are! I’ve just received printed copies and now they are available to purchase. The artbook contains my version of the already mentioned tale, with my illustrations. The people who preordered are currently receiving the copies I sent last week. Sandra Hultsved was nice to post a photo, you can view it here.


In details, the 50 pages contain:

20 full-colour illustrations (of which 5 were not shown anywhere, you can view the remaining 15 and the cover here),
my written version of the Beauty and the Beast story,
a bit of my own thoughts on the subject and about making this little book,
a list of the illustrations with titles, dates and black & white miniatures,
a black & white cover illustration without the typography.

Measurements of the book:

size A5 (~15 x 21 cm or 5.9” x 8.3”),
50 pages, 20 with colour print,
printed on 90g smooth paper with 200g soft cover.

How to order:

Send me an e-mail entitled “Beauty and The Beast artbook”.
Please state the following things: if you’d like one or more copies, if you’d like it to be signed and what country you want the artbook to be sent to.
I’ll tell you the shipping cost added to the price, which is 26 USD, my PayPal address (or bank transfer data if you live in Poland) and I’ll ask for the post address.
After I receive the payment, I’ll send the artbook.

The first five people who order the artbook will receive one of these postcard size prints.

One of the people who reblog this, will also receive one of these postcard prints, signed - you have time until the 21st of September 2014, you don’t have to follow my blog (but a follower gets +1 chance), only one reblog counts.


Ha! Amusingly enough, I’d meant to pre-order this book, but lost the artist’s response to my e-mail amid all the other e-mails I’ve got floating around languishing unanswered and I *just* replied to that before checking tumblr.
I love this artist. On DeviantArt, she’s amazingly active and helpful and thoughtful, and then there is her art, which is gorgeous and I covet one day commissioning her to illustrate something I’ve written.
Y’all should check her out or buy her book. Really. 

telari:

And here they are! I’ve just received printed copies and now they are available to purchase. The artbook contains my version of the already mentioned tale, with my illustrations. The people who preordered are currently receiving the copies I sent last week. Sandra Hultsved was nice to post a photo, you can view it here.
In details, the 50 pages contain:
  • 20 full-colour illustrations (of which 5 were not shown anywhere, you can view the remaining 15 and the cover here),
  • my written version of the Beauty and the Beast story,
  • a bit of my own thoughts on the subject and about making this little book,
  • a list of the illustrations with titles, dates and black & white miniatures,
  • a black & white cover illustration without the typography.
Measurements of the book:
  • size A5 (~15 x 21 cm or 5.9” x 8.3”),
  • 50 pages, 20 with colour print,
  • printed on 90g smooth paper with 200g soft cover.
How to order:
  • Send me an e-mail entitled “Beauty and The Beast artbook”.
  • Please state the following things: if you’d like one or more copies, if you’d like it to be signed and what country you want the artbook to be sent to.
  • I’ll tell you the shipping cost added to the price, which is 26 USD, my PayPal address (or bank transfer data if you live in Poland) and I’ll ask for the post address.
  • After I receive the payment, I’ll send the artbook.
The first five people who order the artbook will receive one of these postcard size prints.
One of the people who reblog this, will also receive one of these postcard prints, signed - you have time until the 21st of September 2014, you don’t have to follow my blog (but a follower gets +1 chance), only one reblog counts.

Ha! Amusingly enough, I’d meant to pre-order this book, but lost the artist’s response to my e-mail amid all the other e-mails I’ve got floating around languishing unanswered and I *just* replied to that before checking tumblr.

I love this artist. On DeviantArt, she’s amazingly active and helpful and thoughtful, and then there is her art, which is gorgeous and I covet one day commissioning her to illustrate something I’ve written.

Y’all should check her out or buy her book. Really. 

I like this whole album. It’s all hypnotic sunset surreal bleeding horizon edges lacey pulse languid pretty mesmerist’s bauble dream what. 

under-the-gaslight:

York Minster: In Sure and Certain Hope, photographed by Frederick H. Evans, 1902.

under-the-gaslight:

York Minster: In Sure and Certain Hope, photographed by Frederick H. Evans, 1902.

(via ghosts-in-the-library)