crowsintealeaves

guerlain:

Constellation of 69 bees, the symbol of the Empire and the emblem of the Guerlain family of “Eaux”.
- Sylvie Deschamps, Maître d’art, handcrafts “The Festive Attire”, “L’Habit de Fête”, a covering designed as an imperial coronation robe. 

guerlain:

Constellation of 69 bees, the symbol of the Empire and the emblem of the Guerlain family of “Eaux”.

- Sylvie Deschamps, Maître d’art, handcrafts “The Festive Attire”, “L’Habit de Fête”, a covering designed as an imperial coronation robe. 

(via ebtpearce)

charlmalan:

Henry Fox Talbot

Photomicrgraph of three crystals - study of polarized light

1840

charlmalan:

Henry Fox Talbot

Photomicrgraph of three crystals - study of polarized light

1840

(via ghost-lilies)

ryanishka:

russianpointegirl:

balletwarrior:

intiballet:

adayofballet:

La Bayadere

Mariinsky theatre Corps de Ballet

That’s so beautiful,wonderful….perfect,I just love it!!!

~the body of the ballet in all its glory~

at this number ‘together’ makes a big difference

Mariinsky’s corps is so unique because they aren’t props, they move together as one living, breathing entity and it’s incredible to watch

(via toesonlace)

anabsence:

Yasuzō Nojima: Title Unknown ( Miss S) (1939) 

anabsence:

Yasuzō Nojima: Title Unknown ( Miss S) (1939) 

optimistsdaughter:

Things I refuse to grow out of : picking up and bringing home various bits of plants or cool looking pieces of rock that I find while about and about.

me too.

optimistsdaughter:

Things I refuse to grow out of : picking up and bringing home various bits of plants or cool looking pieces of rock that I find while about and about.

me too.

feltmistress:

jonathan-e:

An ad we’ve recently worked on for UMO in Sweden (a website for young people in Sweden with info about sex, health and relationships). The subject for this campaign is mental health and self esteem issues. We worked with Jakob Westman and a great team at Kärnhuset. Music is by Patrik Arve of Teddybears and Britta Persson. More details on the Felt Mistress blog.

New work we did for a campaign in Sweden

text-pistol:

likeafieldmouse:

Patrick Jacobs

“Jacobs’s dioramas provide peeks into a world in which reality is presented in such exquisite detail it begins to look surreal.

The artist draws from art history and garden pest control brochures alike to create miniature 3D works of art, viewed through a circular glass lens. Viewers get the impression that they are looking into another realm, simultaneously natural and constructed, familiar and unknown. In a way, we get a taste for a fish’s life from inside the bowl.”

I’m crying because this is incredible

(Source: likeafieldmouse, via skinninghipsters)