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modernizor:

Gordon Parks, Backstage in New York Nightclubs

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Bramble from ‘Autumnal Leaves’ by Francis George Heath. Published 1885 by Kegan, Paul, Trench & Co. London.
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heaveninawildflower:

Bramble from ‘Autumnal Leaves’ by Francis George Heath. Published 1885 by Kegan, Paul, Trench & Co. London.

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milk-paws:

Recently completed a series of simple botanical illustrations for Lululemon’s Carrefour Laval location. These are a few of my favorites.

The project was a collaboration with designer Bev Wong. If you happen to be in Montreal, you can check out the final product in person, or have a peek at Bev’s portfolio.

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Anna Castagnoli (b. 1971, Versailles, France) -  From 2009 Calendar, October, 2009

red-lipstick:

Anna Castagnoli (b. 1971, Versailles, France) -  From 2009 Calendar, October, 2009

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feariie:

kaargue:

escape!!

i love this so much and I don’t know why

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Maria Sibylla Merian

Guava tree, bird-eating spiders, and insects / Metamorphosis Insectorum Surinamensium 
Amsterdam
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Maria Sibylla Merian

Guava tree, bird-eating spiders, and insects / Metamorphosis Insectorum Surinamensium 

Amsterdam

1705

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hachedesilencio:

Es una parte del vídeo anterior de Helen Fisher cuando habla de los antidepresivos y uno de sus peligros cuando se toman a largo plazo. 

Para quien no haya visto el vídeo, Helen dice que el ser humano hace miles de años desarrolló tres impulsos básicos, el sexual, el amor romántico y el apego a alguien a largo plazo. Y defiende que los antidepresivos a largo plazo afectan a esos tres impulsos.

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Teotihuacan - México

negativealx:

Teotihuacan - México

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raisedbymyths:

spacetravelco: This magnificent New York Times comic by Anders Nilsen explores the past, present, and future of his existence (and ours) through the lens of the cosmic perspective.

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