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Sep 15th at 9PM / via: ceedling / op: longing-for-seoul / 37,388 notes

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Sep 15th at 7PM / 16 notes

Ricky + I ended up booking a tiny getaway to Tasmania after our wedding because let’s face it I won’t want to see or talk to people for a month after that social extravaganza. 


Sep 15th at 6PM / via: femmenatic / op: dadsworstnightmare / 12,218 notes
dadsworstnightmare:

naomi looking heavenlier than your faves

dadsworstnightmare:

naomi looking heavenlier than your faves


Sep 15th at 6PM / via: boundunbound / op: designvanilla / 351 notes

fuckyeahsugardaddy:

humbertoleal:

Anamorphic

Craftmanship.

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Sep 15th at 3PM / tagged: Auf Wiedersehen. art. collage. / 104 notes
Experiments in collage

Experiments in collage


northmagneticpole:

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northmagneticpole:

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Sep 15th at 12PM / via: vextape / op: highqualityfashion / 1,698 notes
whore-for-couture:

highqualityfashion:

Alberta Ferretti SS 13

Haute Couture blog :)

whore-for-couture:

highqualityfashion:

Alberta Ferretti SS 13

Haute Couture blog :)


sci-universe:

These are the depictions of the most intense meteor storm in recorded history – the Leonid meteor storm of 1833. The Leonid meteor shower is annually active in the month of November, and it occurs when the Earth passes through the debris left by the comet Tempel-Tuttle. While the typical rates are about 10 to 15 meteors per hour, the storm of 1833 is speculated to have been over 100,000 meteors per hour, frightening people half to death.
Here’s how Agnes Clerke, an astronomer witnessing the event, described it:  “On the night of November 12-13, 1833, a tempest of falling stars broke over the Earth… The sky was scored in every direction with shining tracks and illuminated with majestic fireballs. At Boston, the frequency of meteors was estimated to be about half that of flakes of snow in an average snowstorm.” (x)


madebytatty:

‘MADE BY HAND’ is a short documentary about the handmade art culture featuring the works and words of some of Melbourne’s game changing young artists. 

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I am incredibly nervous to unveil this to the world. This project was very challenging, I have little to no experience filming, editing, directing people, finding nice music etc etc. But to every one fault and frustration I encountered with this project, I have ten incredible memories from undertaking it. That’s 1:10, which if you’re good at maths you will know means I had a way good time making this.

While studying I’ve found that if I set a goal for myself that more than three people tell me I won’t be able to achieve in time, I will work very very hard to prove them wrong. I’ve certainly made myself proud by starting and finishing this, and I know for a fact that I will look back on this in 5 years and be incredibly chuffed with myself. 

I have to start a new paragraph to fangirl over the absolute superstars who feature in this documentary. I cannot thank you enough for your time, patience, hospitality and good energy. Every time I was on my way to meet one of you for the first time, I said a little prayer that people in this industry are so welcoming and positive and as I packed up my equipment and said my endless thank you’s and goodbyes, I said another big prayer that I had the audacity to ask in the first place. I had so much fun with all of you, and will forever be bragging about getting this opportunity. I’m going to make a list of everyone in this film who you should check out because each and every person who touched this made it infinitely better. That also goes for George and Miles, who trusted me with their music and my friend Sarah Maunder who did her second voiceover for one of my uni videos and sat with me while I did the final editing. I really hope you all like this and can be as proud of it as I am.

I have watched it around 10,000 times and still feel like I am clinging to the last shreds of it (adding more footage, changing the volume of everything too many times, finessing over titles) so please be kind in your judgement of my film skills and focus your attention on the artist babes and good tunes. 

Thank you for watching, let me know what you think and please go and check out all the artists featured! :~)

VISUALS -
Professional Crafter/Super Babe/Kitiya Palaskas
 
Ultimate Sweetheart/ThePaperBeast/Carla McRae
Fringe Master/Mountain Maker/Auf Wiedersehen
Bbyangel/Pink-Lovin’/Lizzi Morris
Cat Cuddler/CUTEST LAUGHER/Gemma Flack
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Marian Machismo
Emily Green
Yumi Ando
Sandra Eterovic

SOUNDS - 
George Farrar
Miles Cosmo
Sarah Maunder (voiceover)
Ps. Miles made the song that plays during Gemma’s interview especially for this documentary, how rad is that! 

Tatanja is the sweetest of peas x

also — it’s true. Gemma has the best laugh.

Sep 14th at 8PM / via: pyrexia / op: 50sand60smusic / 18,259 notes

bar-flyy:

The Ronettes - Be My Baby

:(((((

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Sep 13th at 7PM / via: andiwill / op: thisislove / 208 notes

thisislove:

"Sufjan, follow your heart, follow the flame, or fall on the floor"

in case anyone forgot about my obsession 


Sep 12th at 8PM / via: fleetonfoot / op: winehouseaddiction / 12,435 notes

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Sep 11th at 8PM / 20 notes
I’m a turtleneck person now guys

I’m a turtleneck person now guys


Sep 10th at 9PM / via: funeral / op: opaqueglitter / 572 notes

Iekeliene Stange by Marton Perlaki for The Room magazine/2007

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Sep 10th at 7PM / 12 notes
Achieved some outfit goals today

Achieved some outfit goals today


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