(Source: joshfarria, via sadgirlsinc)

sugarmeows:

The Annunciation (detail) from the main panel of the altarpiece of the life of Mary in San Domenico, Cortona (1433–34) – Fra Angelico (1395–1455)

sugarmeows:

The Annunciation (detail) from the main panel of the altarpiece of the life of Mary in San Domenico, Cortona (1433–34) – Fra Angelico (1395–1455)

(Source: paleologus, via divination)

junips:

JACKIE i just found this omg

i miss my lil baby!! can’t wait to live with her again in my new house

junips:

JACKIE i just found this omg

i miss my lil baby!! can’t wait to live with her again in my new house

scotiacorinne:

More work on my knee from yesterday

this is exactly the kind of coloring I want on the tattoo I’m planning. So pretty

(Source: s-lowden, via heliophyll)

check out this lil cutie

check out this lil cutie

my room is so beautiful now. so many plant babies

my room is so beautiful now. so many plant babies

purging my book, dvd, vas, record, and cd collection big time

having to keep reminding myself I’m not defined by cool stuff I own. I need to get rid of everything I’ve collected way too much stuff

plant goddess

plant goddess

where the queer babes at

azertip:

Dream Girls of Ikenaga Yasunari   [池永康晟], (1965,Japan)

Using the simplicity of indian ink and linen canvas Ikenaga Yasunari has captured a simple serenity in the the faces of his female portraits.This calm sensuality is highlighted by the richness of their surroundings. Yasunari’s Japanese heritage has inspired a style of painting which is characteristic in his work. This ancient technique of Nihonga is a traditional Japanese artform using a Menso brush and ink. With this Yasunari has successfully captured an essence of the past with a pallet of muted tones , but  has injecting a modern twist to each piece with his use of pattern and cloth.

(Source: f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s, via 2-spook)

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