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Paris Baguette Packaging
Secluded Library in the woods
The Leopard | A Novel
A Tome With No Ink
Salacious Suggestions For Valentine’s Day
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Raise your own chicken, with your own coop! The Breed Retreat Chicken Coop lets you keep your own chickens in your backyard so you can get tastier, sustainable and healthier farm grown eggs. A wonderfully designed house for your hen’s pleasure and delight, so they can breed and retreat, in comfort and harmony.
The Georgian miniatures were normally watercolour on ivory, depicting the eye or eyes of a spouse, loved one or child. These were usually commissioned for sentimental reasons and were often worn as bracelets, brooches, pendants or rings with richly decorated frames, serving the same emotional need as lockets hiding portraits or locks of hair. This fad started in the late 1700s and miniaturists such as Richard Cosway and George Engleheart were responsible for some of the first pieces.
Photography of London based model, Nina Sever. Check out her Tumblr here. She also posts video’s on her Youtube channel, one of which can be seen at the bottom of this post where she speaks about nude modelling.
First two images: Nina, FP-100c, Aero Ektar 4×5. Photograph by Emmet Green.
Last two images: Nina by Phishpot.
A 2010 archeological study found that the prehistoric Gwion Gwion paintings in Australia, whose chromatic vividness contrasts with their age and their exposure to sun and rain, are inhabited by ‘living pigments.’ A symbiotic biofilm of red cyanobacteria and black fungi sustains a process of permanent self-painting, while also etching the pictures deeper into the quartz wall.
Love the photo on this cover of Romka; a collective photo album in which people from all over the world share the stories behind their most cherished photographs.
The English Group: Completed Project
Patterns are one of those things that can often be more complex to form than one thinks, and here at The English Group we’re fascinated with geometric, and arabesque patterns, which is evident across the blog.
‘Snooky, the pet cat of Mrs. Earl Stauffer, meows in protest as the family parakeet, Cheechee, invades the sanctity of her food bowl.’ Allentown, PA (1956)
Back from holiday and I’m certainly cooling off in this English summer.
(this image is not me, might I add)
A mink whale swimming underneath a man in a kayak.