hushaby:

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i-love-art:

Woman With A Parasol in a Garden (1875)
Pierre-Auguste Renoir

i-love-art:

Woman With A Parasol in a Garden (1875)

Pierre-Auguste Renoir

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art-documents:

Yayoi Kusama at National Museum in Osaka

art-documents:

Yayoi Kusama at National Museum in Osaka

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j-p-g:

geisha / photography / maiko / canon 7d / walking / street / 日本 / 京都 (via momoyama)
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ghoulnextdoor:

 FRIDAY FRIPPERIES
Biblioteca de Babel Eau de Parfum by Fueguia 1833
The Scoop:
Named after a short story by Jorge Luis Borges, about an enormous library of interlocking rooms, housing a vast collection of books – this fragrance is about the intoxicating scent of an old library where the books have been kept impeccably dry. It is a combination of warm woods, leather bindings, and a hint of ink. The strongest element here is absolutely the wood – warm, reassuring cedar and a South American wood called cabreuva, which complements the cedar. This is deep, burnished and luxurious. The first impression is waxy and surprisingly sweet. There is a rich tuberose-like note, like a flower pressed between the pages, and a dusting of cinnamon. Than we get the soft, worn leather of book bindings, the dry spiciness of old vellum and a trace of tobacco. This is like the warm, comforting embrace of a favorite armchair, in a book-lined room. An instant favorite – we would love to spend a long time in this library. 
Biblioteca de Babel is from the Jorge Luis Borges collection, inspired by the work of the Argentine poet, essayist, and short-story writer. His classic works have contributed to philosophical literature and the genre of magic realism.
Notes: Cedar, cabreuva (woody note), cinnamon
$150

ghoulnextdoor:

FRIDAY FRIPPERIES

Biblioteca de Babel Eau de Parfum by Fueguia 1833

The Scoop:

Named after a short story by Jorge Luis Borges, about an enormous library of interlocking rooms, housing a vast collection of books – this fragrance is about the intoxicating scent of an old library where the books have been kept impeccably dry. It is a combination of warm woods, leather bindings, and a hint of ink. The strongest element here is absolutely the wood – warm, reassuring cedar and a South American wood called cabreuva, which complements the cedar. This is deep, burnished and luxurious. The first impression is waxy and surprisingly sweet. There is a rich tuberose-like note, like a flower pressed between the pages, and a dusting of cinnamon. Than we get the soft, worn leather of book bindings, the dry spiciness of old vellum and a trace of tobacco. This is like the warm, comforting embrace of a favorite armchair, in a book-lined room. An instant favorite – we would love to spend a long time in this library. 

Biblioteca de Babel is from the Jorge Luis Borges collection, inspired by the work of the Argentine poet, essayist, and short-story writer. His classic works have contributed to philosophical literature and the genre of magic realism.

Notes: Cedar, cabreuva (woody note), cinnamon

$150

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unknownlabel:

XSCAPE: New Album Coming May 13th | The Official Michael Jackson Site
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andmymouthisanhourglassofblood:

Livio Scarpella, “Anima Beata / Anima Dannata” (2012)

andmymouthisanhourglassofblood:

Livio Scarpella, “Anima Beata / Anima Dannata” (2012)

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Shadow


Shadow

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ghoulnextdoor:

Ebru Sidar photography - twins35
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j-p-g:

New Year in Kyoto, Japan (via momoyama)
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j-p-g:

Hanami in Japan, 2011: Naka-meguro cherry-blossom (via Alfie | Japanorama)
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