fuckyeah1990s:

i didnt know Taco Bell had Goosebumps kids meals in the 90s

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whimsy-cat:

Handmade crowns by Elemental Child.

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teafortash:

styleenthusiast:

These are some of my favorite pictures from this year. Mostly for photographic reasons. In this coming year, I want to work on refining my style and improving the photography bit of things.

Thank you to everyone for the lovely and kinds words you lot send to me. Happy holidays to you all. 

She’s so perfect, her outfits are the most fantastic I have ever seen.

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american-ramblers:

Driving down the Extraterrestrial Highway through Nevada.

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meaningfulsilence:

Micro-photography of individual snowflakes by Alexey Kljatov

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multicolourgems:

Are you ready for 2014 color of the year — Radiant Orchid. Get a head start on this booming color trend with a mix of fuchsia, purple, and pink undertones in this lavender sapphire and vivid amethyst silver ring by David Wein
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multicolourgems:

Are you ready for 2014 color of the year — Radiant Orchid. Get a head start on this booming color trend with a mix of fuchsia, purple, and pink undertones in this lavender sapphire and vivid amethyst silver ring by David Wein

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droidsy:

imcatchingfireflies:

"Because I’m a Doll" by Kazuki Takamatsu

Beautiful, serene-looking dolls posed amidst dark, sometimes macabre and violent backgrounds are the subjects of Japanese artist Kazuki Takamatsu’s series of paintings, "Because I’m a Doll".

Takamatsu mixes both traditional and modern techniques to create his signature “depth map style” paintings. Depth maps are computer-generated images that show the distance of the surfaces of an object or scene from a viewpoint. These images are used in creating 3D animations and computer graphics. However, instead of using a computer, Takamatsu uses gouache to achieve this effect. He painstakingly paints layers of semi-transparent gouache to create the illusion of depth. The monochrome color scheme adds to the evocative atmosphere of his creations.

His usual subjects are innocent, melancholy young girls as either victims or perpetrators of violence, but for this series, a lot of his subjects are female ball-jointed dolls. I’m not sure why he used dolls this time. Perhaps to emphasize fragility? Or maybe it’s a criticism on the expectations placed on girls?

This reminds me so much of seeing eye pictures.. So gorgeous

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f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Quirky miniature porcelain sculptures made by Ukranian artists  website Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev

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Eaton House  - Essex, London

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