hansel's
hansel's
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fewthistle:

San Francisco. 1960.
Photographer: Henri Cartier-Bresson
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cpu1:

Freshman year of college 
by asmythie\
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aventuriere:

untitled by Little_Li on Flickr.
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cuprikorn:

untitled by dearclaudia on Flickr.
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dominusvenustas:

In his later years, after recovering from a serious illness, Henri Matisse turned to creating paper cutouts. Works of brilliant intensity. Bright colours and organic shapes from the natural world. Glorious rhythm and movement.
By jove, he did it again.
I have always tried to hide my efforts and wished my works to have a light joyousness of springtime which never lets anyone suspect the labours it has cost me. 
- Matisse
 
dominusvenustas:

In his later years, after recovering from a serious illness, Henri Matisse turned to creating paper cutouts. Works of brilliant intensity. Bright colours and organic shapes from the natural world. Glorious rhythm and movement.
By jove, he did it again.
I have always tried to hide my efforts and wished my works to have a light joyousness of springtime which never lets anyone suspect the labours it has cost me. 
- Matisse
 
dominusvenustas:

In his later years, after recovering from a serious illness, Henri Matisse turned to creating paper cutouts. Works of brilliant intensity. Bright colours and organic shapes from the natural world. Glorious rhythm and movement.
By jove, he did it again.
I have always tried to hide my efforts and wished my works to have a light joyousness of springtime which never lets anyone suspect the labours it has cost me. 
- Matisse
 
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Stardust Memories
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shoelust:

Oscar de la Renta
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ercuillium:

westerus:

A97177_0 by lawa on Flickr.

K
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blejz:

Bernice Bing (1936 - 1998)
A San Francisco native, Chinese American, artist, lesbian, community activist—Bernice Bing, was a bridge between many worlds. She came of age during the Beat era and entered the San Francisco arts landscape in the 1960s with her paintings, which synthesize abstract modernist painting with Chinese calligraphy.
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"summer beach hair": ondria hardin for vogue.com