fagbarbie:

steal her style: Ina Garten

denim shirt: woven from Egyptian grown cotton and died with the  wildest indigo grown in South Carolina 

pearl earrings: gathered from the bottom of the Persian Gulf

tomatoes: picked fresh from the finest gardens in Italy during the winter’s harvest

but if you can’t store bought is fine

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magicalnaturetour:

misty (by antaean)
vintagegal:

Suzy Parker, Sunny Harnett & Dovima photographed for the Think Pink sequence in Funny Face (1957)

vintagegal:

Suzy Parker, Sunny Harnett & Dovima photographed for the Think Pink sequence in Funny Face (1957)

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stevencrewniverse:

A selection of Backgrounds from the Steven Universe episode: Mirror Gem

Art Direction: Elle Michalka

Design: Steven Sugar, Emily Walus

Paint: Amanda Winterstein, Jasmin Lai

Rose's Fountain

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chelsamander:

 

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haroldnmod:

The Adventures of Prince Achmed by Lotte Reiniger (1926)
The oldest surviving animated film in history.

haroldnmod:

The Adventures of Prince Achmed by Lotte Reiniger (1926)

The oldest surviving animated film in history.

(via fuckyeahvintage-retro)

mango08:

Saw #boxtrolls on Saturday night. Thought it was a lot of fun! Loved the animation and the designs. Thought the overall message is a great one too. #memorysketch #sketching #laika #brycecollinsart #mangocollins

mango08:

Saw #boxtrolls on Saturday night. Thought it was a lot of fun! Loved the animation and the designs. Thought the overall message is a great one too. #memorysketch #sketching #laika #brycecollinsart #mangocollins

broit-un-toit:

Eggs, the central character in The Boxtrolls, has 1,400,000 possible facial expressions in the film. Each face was 3D-printed in color, then coated in superglue and sanded to perfection. Laika’s color printing process has improved greatly since Coraline; back then, artists had to hand-paint each of the heroine’s freckles on each of her faces. ( 📷 @jose_mandojana ) by wired http://ift.tt/1orVpk7

broit-un-toit:

Eggs, the central character in The Boxtrolls, has 1,400,000 possible facial expressions in the film. Each face was 3D-printed in color, then coated in superglue and sanded to perfection. Laika’s color printing process has improved greatly since Coraline; back then, artists had to hand-paint each of the heroine’s freckles on each of her faces. ( 📷 @jose_mandojana ) by wired http://ift.tt/1orVpk7