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yoco-nagamiya:

Back of a red dress

yoco-nagamiya:

Back of a red dress

pinupgirlsart:

(via Erich Sokol : Pin Up and Cartoon Girls)
ozizo:

illustration   /   (c) ozizo

ozizo:

illustration   /   (c) ozizo

artforadults:

Coby Whitmore

via

red-lipstick:

Kawase Hasui  川瀬 巴水 (Japanese, 1883–1957) - The Golden Hall at Chûson-ji Temple in Hiraizumi (Hiraizumi Chûson-ji Konjikidô), from the series Collected Views of Japan, Eastern Japan Edition, 1935     Woodblock Print

red-lipstick:

Kawase Hasui  川瀬 巴水 (Japanese, 1883–1957) - The Golden Hall at Chûson-ji Temple in Hiraizumi (Hiraizumi Chûson-ji Konjikidô), from the series Collected Views of Japan, Eastern Japan Edition, 1935     Woodblock Print

:D :D :D :D (@zs)

:D :D :D :D (@zs)

mightyflynn:

Al Smith, October 2, 1959, Comiskey Park, Chicago, Illinois
Photo by Ray Gora/Chicago Tribune via Brookston Beer Bulletin

mightyflynn:

Al Smith, October 2, 1959, Comiskey Park, Chicago, Illinois

Photo by Ray Gora/Chicago Tribune via Brookston Beer Bulletin

orioles:

Victory formation.

orioles:

Victory formation.

grofjardanhazy:

Hungarian poster for I’m for the Hippopotamus (1979)
Artist: Lajos Görög
1987

grofjardanhazy:

Hungarian poster for I’m for the Hippopotamus (1979)

Artist: Lajos Görög

1987

red-lipstick:

Stefan Holl - Mohnfeld (Field Of Poppies)      Photography

red-lipstick:

Stefan Holl - Mohnfeld (Field Of Poppies)      Photography

ninifuni-365:

blue 04

ninifuni-365:

blue 04

dmrl:

Valahol

ninifuni-365:

blue 03

ninifuni-365:

blue 03

Iris Grace

bell-z:

Iris Grace: 5 Years - Artist - Autistic

Autistic isn’t a name, it’s a different way to be,

to stay in the world

cit. Ylenia Minarda

Autism can cripple an individual’s ability to socially interact and express themselves in ways that most of us can understand. However, this poorly-understood neurological disorder can also bestow extraordinary talents. Take, for example, 5-year-old Iris Grace, who creates beautifully expressive paintings in spite of – and perhaps because of – her autism.

Grace paints with an understanding of color that most 5-year-olds don’t have. However, she is only now learning to speak – something most 5-year-olds started to do when they were 2.

Grace’s mother, Arabella Carter Johnson, discovered her daughter’s talent when she introduced her to painting as a way to help her with her speech therapy. “Then we realised that she is actually really talented and has an incredible concentration span of around 2 hours each time she paints,” she writes on their website. “Her autism has created a style of painting which I have never seen in a child of her age, she has an understanding of colours and how they interact with each other.

The family sells Grace’s paintings for auction on their website and donates to various organizations that work with autism, so be sure to take a look!

http://www.demilked.com/prodigy-child-painter-autism-iris-grace/

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http://www.irisgracepainting.com

welovestopmotion:

Evolution of the desk (1980-2014) - Source

welovestopmotion:

Evolution of the desk (1980-2014) - Source

(Source: carlzetterberg-com)