Card I made for my Mama’s birthday this year. ♥
Environmental Designs from Frozen by Cory Loftis
Vaughan’s Nasturtiums. ‘Painted from Nature’. Cover of Vaughan’s Seed Store 1902, 25th Anniversary.
84 & 86 Randolph St. Chicago.
U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
“They do not teach you this in school. They do not show you the beauty of existing, they do not show you the wonder of the Earth, they do not show you the unity that human beings are. They show you who is better, who is worse. They show you what they need to show you in order for their system to survive. They do not show you love.”
– Unknown (via perfect)
“(…) why can’t people say what they mean at the time?”
– Jonathan Safran Foer, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (via perfect)
Visual Development from Frozen by Claire Keane
Right there, I was waiting for you. Instead of you showing up, the rain did. I felt cold and desolated. Should I have waited for this storm to pass, just to see you, passing through.
Renee Perle with paintings, 1930s. Photograph by Jacques-Henri Lartigue (French, 1894-1986).
”She is beautiful,” Lartigue told his diary. “The small mouth with the full painted lips! The ebony black eyes. From under her fur coat comes a warmth of perfume. The head looks petite on her long neck.” The pair spent two years together, cavorting as if on eternal vacation in Cannes, Juan-les-Pins, and Biarritz, with Lartigue’s camera always at the ready.
Icon and muse Audrey Hepburn wears a flower printed dress by Givenchy in a still from the movie ‘Funny Face’, 1957. via.
woven by Morris & Co, Hammersmith, London, in about 1889