Labdanum
"She fell into a dream state, in which she became another person, and the whole world seemed changed."
Labdanum
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"Warpaint: L.A. Women". Modzik (2013). Photography by Nathanael Turner. (4/5)
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untrustyou:

Brigette Bloom
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cinephiliabeyond:

Roman Polanski’s arguably only romance film, Tess, is one his critically best accepted works, and the performance of 18-year-old Nastassja Kinski, along with Paris, Texas, is probably the high point of her career. “Without Mr. Polanski’s name in the credits,” wittily stated the New York Times, “this lush and scenic Tess could even be mistaken for the work of David Lean.” This great compliment is wholeheartedly justified–Polanski created one of the best literary adaptations to date. His inspiring vision of Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the d’Urbervilles was greatly empowered by the terrific screenplay he was helped to write by Gerard Brach and John Brownjohn. Interested to see what makes for a truly great adaptation of a 19th century classic? Take a look at this scarce screenplay we were lucky enough to stumble upon.
Roman Polanski’s Tess is a work of great pastoral beauty as well as vivid storytelling
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iamjapanese:

Beth Ganz(American)
Bathometric 1    2014
Ink, Brush and ink on kozo shi paper
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tncnv:

Kalanchoe Pink Butterflies
little plantlets growing on the edges
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mythologyofblue:

Harold Cazneaux, The bent tree, Narrabeen, 1914
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vegtble:

lmao nvm. gustav klimt at age 17 & 25. rip riprip me
vegtble:

lmao nvm. gustav klimt at age 17 & 25. rip riprip me
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endthymes:

alina szapocznikow
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daviddelruelle:

Chloride
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afroui:

Theodore Roussel 1987