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bonewhitemare:


Tom Waits
Photo by Ralf Brinkhoff

bonewhitemare:

Tom Waits

Photo by Ralf Brinkhoff

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bambybyte:

Monty Python by Richard Avedon (left to right: Michael Palin, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Graham Chapman and Terry Jones)

bambybyte:

Monty Python by Richard Avedon (left to right: Michael Palin, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Graham Chapman and Terry Jones)

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Self-portrait with chat noir, Paris, 1925-1935
André Kertész
submitted by les-sept-couleurs

Self-portrait with chat noir, Paris, 1925-1935

André Kertész

submitted by les-sept-couleurs

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paristraveler:

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paristraveler:

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gameraboy:

Peter Pan (1924)

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Wish the hell I was your dad. You wouldn’t be goin’ around talkin’ about takin’ these stupid shop courses if I was. It’s like God gave you something, man, all those stories you can make up. And He said, “This is what we got for ya, kid. Try not to lose it.” Kids lose everything unless there’s someone there to look out for them. And if your parents are too fucked up to do it, then maybe I should.

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undr:

Vivian Maier, From Self-portraits

Thanks to darksilenceinsuburbia

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art-centric:

John Singer Sargent - Resting

art-centric:

John Singer Sargent - Resting

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lilacsinthedooryard:

George Spencer Watson
Mary, 1932

lilacsinthedooryard:

George Spencer Watson

Mary, 1932

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1950s Glasses (via)

1950s Glasses (via)

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art-and-things-of-beauty:

Paintings by Jan van Kessel (1626 - 1679) 

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A Writer’s Tools

A writer’s tools might include an inkwell and papyrus scrolls or less expensive wax tablets and stylus. The tablets could also be bound and they could be erased with the flat end of the stylus. Papyrus was made of the pith of a water plant; ink was a mixture of soot, resin, wine dregs and cuttlefish.

Roman Terracotta Inkwell (1st or 2nd Century A.D.)

Roman/Egyptian Papyrus Letter (early 3rd Century A.D.)

Byzantine/Egyptian Wooden Tablet (500-700 A.D.)

Roman Bronze Stylus (1st or 2nd Century A.D.)

  (x)(x)(x)(x) The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 

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