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officialrodarte:

novastarkna:

Hair @ Rodarte Fall 2014

❤️

(via aurorasdreamerie)

fletchingarrows:

margadirube:

ghostcafe:khanjar, 18th century, india 

reminds me of crysknives from dune

goldapples asked: Your blog is truly beautiful. Favourite I think I've ever come across. Sincerely apologise if I reblog too many things. o.O

Reblog away, i love featuring artists and handmade items, this is my dreamy little escape!

wolftea:

moth wings
furything:

beetles
cocalombian:

Jim Hodges

justfantasea:

"The rainbow tree" (scientific name Eucalyptus deglupta) can be found in New Guinea. The patches of outer bark are shed, and show the bright-green inner bark. After this, the barks mature and get blue, purple, orange, and then red.

(Source: cosmicparalysis, via morigrrl)

lostinfiber:

Margherita de Martino Norante | Brooch: The Wise Old Man, 2010Cotton silvered wire, white gold via Klimt 02
 
gaptoothbitch:

JOHN ROCHA FW 2014
planetariumdesign:

Love collecting bits of nature #planetariumdesignstudio
ripewickedplum:

Securigera Varia - Crown Vetch
Mid century crystal ball ring with interchangeable gems to suit your mood

worclip:

f,l,o,w,e,r,s Acrylic Ruler (2007) by Norihiko Terayama of Studio Note

If the flowers in the paddy were spaced in equal intervals I could lie down in them and measure my height.” That was the simple, idyllic thought that led designer Norihiko Terayama to create what could very possibly be the single most stunning piece of stationary we have ever come across.

f,l,o,w,e,r,s is an acrylic ruler embedded with real flowers that were hand-picked and then dried by the designer himself. Using a pair of tweezers he then meticulously spaced them so that they are “blossoming” at exactly 1cm intervals.

(via parliamentrook)