Hello.
18 year old granny who loves potato's and cheese from next door.
Burgundy-fading-to-brown hair.
Stick thin.
I am neither starving myself nor have eating disorders.
I like to think of myself as a weird creature.
"Not all those who wander are lost."
Arcadia Tan
Bump on my finger from all the writing. 😔

Bump on my finger from all the writing. 😔

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2 years ago

I love ribena!! Okayyy, bb. 🐙

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2 years ago

I love octopus! #random
😊 olloclip! Mizutama! I’m gonna get youuuu!

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2 years ago

pulpoensutinta:

“In name of my beloved pets”


Compilation of some old pieces that I needed for my job.
Right now I’m very sick, so the other works I’ve been working on will have to wait a bit, sorry T-T

(Source: cittlalliguemes)

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2 years ago

Checking in with myself.

New goal!! 😊😊😊😊 hope I can get the guide book at kino! And materials~~~ 😁😁😁🙏

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2 years ago
nypl:

The Pittsburg [sic] visible-writing machine (1895-1917)
AKA a typewriter.
Part of the NYPL’s Turn-of-the-Century Posters collection.

nypl:

The Pittsburg [sic] visible-writing machine (1895-1917)

AKA a typewriter.

Part of the NYPL’s Turn-of-the-Century Posters collection.

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2 years ago
lalavicencio:

Tried to recreate a painting I did more than a decade ago… I prefer the original, but I promised myself I need to update this blog at least once a month (and it’s been a month since my last post). So here’s a not so new, new post. 

lalavicencio:

Tried to recreate a painting I did more than a decade ago… I prefer the original, but I promised myself I need to update this blog at least once a month (and it’s been a month since my last post). So here’s a not so new, new post. 

(via lalavicencio)

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2 years ago
chazmcintyre:

Oleg Duryagin is a photographer and designer from Moscow, he works mostly on human figures transformed into android-like features with soft skin almost like porcelain. This relationship between reality and invention makes his style definitely innovative.

chazmcintyre:

Oleg Duryagin is a photographer and designer from Moscow, he works mostly on human figures transformed into android-like features with soft skin almost like porcelain. This relationship between reality and invention makes his style definitely innovative.

(Source: really-shit)

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2 years ago
samaralex:

Flamingos by Klaus Nigge // Click to enlarge

samaralex:

Flamingos by Klaus Nigge // Click to enlarge

(via hiddenlex)

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