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eatsleepdraw:

"Leviathan" Ink on book pages.
Elisha Capie 2014.
Follow for more artwork.
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nevver:

Exchange Secrets
nevver:

Exchange Secrets
nevver:

Exchange Secrets
nevver:

Exchange Secrets
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v0tum:

by classicists/fenixed
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definitelydope:

Rainy MorningBy Olga Krayevska
definitelydope:

Rainy MorningBy Olga Krayevska
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"…but it had happened that she had laughed, showing her little madended she-wolf teeth."

Rachilde, The Marquise de Sade.

(via batarde)

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enchantedsleeper:

Voyage a l’Infini (1899), Émile Friant
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artforadults:

follow Adams Carvalho - A very talented artist from Brasil 
artforadults:

follow Adams Carvalho - A very talented artist from Brasil 
artforadults:

follow Adams Carvalho - A very talented artist from Brasil 
artforadults:

follow Adams Carvalho - A very talented artist from Brasil 
artforadults:

follow Adams Carvalho - A very talented artist from Brasil 
artforadults:

follow Adams Carvalho - A very talented artist from Brasil 
artforadults:

follow Adams Carvalho - A very talented artist from Brasil 
artforadults:

follow Adams Carvalho - A very talented artist from Brasil 
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somethingvain:

lisa cant by irving penn for vogue japan 2007
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uispeccoll:

Happy Miniature Monday!
This Monday I want everyone to mind their manners, which is why I have selected Don’t as this week’s feature.  Published in 1896, this book gives us a glimpse of manners and mores at the turn of the 20th century.  While many of these suggestions are problematic and highly outdated, there are a few that I can’t help loving, particularly this one:
Don’t have the habit of smiling or ‘grinning’ at nothing.  Smile or laugh when there is occasion to do either, but at other times keep your mouth shut and your manner composed.  People who laugh at everything are commonly capable of nothing.
Stop in and see this snarky little gem today!
Bunce, Olver Bell, Don’t .New York: D. Appleton and Co.1896
Charlotte Smith Miniature Collection: BJ1852 B85 1896
See all of our Mini Monday posts here
-Laura H.
uispeccoll:

Happy Miniature Monday!
This Monday I want everyone to mind their manners, which is why I have selected Don’t as this week’s feature.  Published in 1896, this book gives us a glimpse of manners and mores at the turn of the 20th century.  While many of these suggestions are problematic and highly outdated, there are a few that I can’t help loving, particularly this one:
Don’t have the habit of smiling or ‘grinning’ at nothing.  Smile or laugh when there is occasion to do either, but at other times keep your mouth shut and your manner composed.  People who laugh at everything are commonly capable of nothing.
Stop in and see this snarky little gem today!
Bunce, Olver Bell, Don’t .New York: D. Appleton and Co.1896
Charlotte Smith Miniature Collection: BJ1852 B85 1896
See all of our Mini Monday posts here
-Laura H.
uispeccoll:

Happy Miniature Monday!
This Monday I want everyone to mind their manners, which is why I have selected Don’t as this week’s feature.  Published in 1896, this book gives us a glimpse of manners and mores at the turn of the 20th century.  While many of these suggestions are problematic and highly outdated, there are a few that I can’t help loving, particularly this one:
Don’t have the habit of smiling or ‘grinning’ at nothing.  Smile or laugh when there is occasion to do either, but at other times keep your mouth shut and your manner composed.  People who laugh at everything are commonly capable of nothing.
Stop in and see this snarky little gem today!
Bunce, Olver Bell, Don’t .New York: D. Appleton and Co.1896
Charlotte Smith Miniature Collection: BJ1852 B85 1896
See all of our Mini Monday posts here
-Laura H.
uispeccoll:

Happy Miniature Monday!
This Monday I want everyone to mind their manners, which is why I have selected Don’t as this week’s feature.  Published in 1896, this book gives us a glimpse of manners and mores at the turn of the 20th century.  While many of these suggestions are problematic and highly outdated, there are a few that I can’t help loving, particularly this one:
Don’t have the habit of smiling or ‘grinning’ at nothing.  Smile or laugh when there is occasion to do either, but at other times keep your mouth shut and your manner composed.  People who laugh at everything are commonly capable of nothing.
Stop in and see this snarky little gem today!
Bunce, Olver Bell, Don’t .New York: D. Appleton and Co.1896
Charlotte Smith Miniature Collection: BJ1852 B85 1896
See all of our Mini Monday posts here
-Laura H.
uispeccoll:

Happy Miniature Monday!
This Monday I want everyone to mind their manners, which is why I have selected Don’t as this week’s feature.  Published in 1896, this book gives us a glimpse of manners and mores at the turn of the 20th century.  While many of these suggestions are problematic and highly outdated, there are a few that I can’t help loving, particularly this one:
Don’t have the habit of smiling or ‘grinning’ at nothing.  Smile or laugh when there is occasion to do either, but at other times keep your mouth shut and your manner composed.  People who laugh at everything are commonly capable of nothing.
Stop in and see this snarky little gem today!
Bunce, Olver Bell, Don’t .New York: D. Appleton and Co.1896
Charlotte Smith Miniature Collection: BJ1852 B85 1896
See all of our Mini Monday posts here
-Laura H.
uispeccoll:

Happy Miniature Monday!
This Monday I want everyone to mind their manners, which is why I have selected Don’t as this week’s feature.  Published in 1896, this book gives us a glimpse of manners and mores at the turn of the 20th century.  While many of these suggestions are problematic and highly outdated, there are a few that I can’t help loving, particularly this one:
Don’t have the habit of smiling or ‘grinning’ at nothing.  Smile or laugh when there is occasion to do either, but at other times keep your mouth shut and your manner composed.  People who laugh at everything are commonly capable of nothing.
Stop in and see this snarky little gem today!
Bunce, Olver Bell, Don’t .New York: D. Appleton and Co.1896
Charlotte Smith Miniature Collection: BJ1852 B85 1896
See all of our Mini Monday posts here
-Laura H.
uispeccoll:

Happy Miniature Monday!
This Monday I want everyone to mind their manners, which is why I have selected Don’t as this week’s feature.  Published in 1896, this book gives us a glimpse of manners and mores at the turn of the 20th century.  While many of these suggestions are problematic and highly outdated, there are a few that I can’t help loving, particularly this one:
Don’t have the habit of smiling or ‘grinning’ at nothing.  Smile or laugh when there is occasion to do either, but at other times keep your mouth shut and your manner composed.  People who laugh at everything are commonly capable of nothing.
Stop in and see this snarky little gem today!
Bunce, Olver Bell, Don’t .New York: D. Appleton and Co.1896
Charlotte Smith Miniature Collection: BJ1852 B85 1896
See all of our Mini Monday posts here
-Laura H.