September 17, 2014

Quiet-Please - Ryan Heshka

Quiet-Please - Ryan Heshka

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September 17, 2014

Alida Valli for  Life magazine, 1940’s

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September 17, 2014

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September 17, 2014

whataboutbobbed:

tea pot domed

by Svetlana Bekyarova

September 17, 2014

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September 16, 2014
"Hoping for the best, prepared for the worst, and unsurprised by anything in between."

— Maya Angelou  (via vargvikerness)

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September 16, 2014
burgit:

Camilla Spidsøe of the Norwegian National Ballet
Photo: Erik Berg

burgit:

Camilla Spidsøe of the Norwegian National Ballet

Photo: Erik Berg

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September 12, 2014

nevver:

Two is not as bad as one

September 12, 2014
trevsplace:

Sandman vol. 1 no. 1"Sleep of the Just”January, 1989Sam Kieth and Mike DringenbergInk on boardEarlier this year, San Francisco’s Cartoon Art Museum featured a Sandman exhibit. While that exhibit has run its due course, there’s always something worth checking out there, so be sure to add it to your itinerary should you happen to be in the area. The Sandman exhibit may have come and gone, but it’s forever preserved (or at least until my hard drive dies) in the form of digital iPhoto album. I have the gal at the museum’s reception desk, who was kind enough to allow me to take non-flash photography photos, to thank for that. I’ll pay her kindness forward by sharing a few select photos I took while there - but not all-at-once. Where’s the fun in that? I’ll start this ball rolling with a photo of Sandman vol. 1, number 1, page 1.

trevsplace:

Sandman vol. 1 no. 1
"Sleep of the Just
January, 1989
Sam Kieth and Mike Dringenberg
Ink on board

Earlier this year, San Francisco’s Cartoon Art Museum featured a Sandman exhibit. While that exhibit has run its due course, there’s always something worth checking out there, so be sure to add it to your itinerary should you happen to be in the area. The Sandman exhibit may have come and gone, but it’s forever preserved (or at least until my hard drive dies) in the form of digital iPhoto album. I have the gal at the museum’s reception desk, who was kind enough to allow me to take non-flash photography photos, to thank for that. I’ll pay her kindness forward by sharing a few select photos I took while there - but not all-at-once. Where’s the fun in that? I’ll start this ball rolling with a photo of Sandman vol. 1, number 1, page 1.

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September 12, 2014

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