The Quiescent Garden
23yr old designer gal living in Montreal.
The Quiescent Garden
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jewist:

2013-04-25_1366870489 (by Dov neon)
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fuckyawatches:

Men’s Duplex Automatic WatchSearch for more Watches by Stuhrling on Wantering.
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arquerio:

Road to Lang Biang by Khánh Hmoong on Flickr.
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little-petunia-in-an-onion-patch:

valscrapbook:

http://www.thelinenworks.co.uk/






(via TumbleOn)
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5centsapound:

Denis Dailleux: Cairo
*truly one of the most gifted photographers currently working. His painterly use of colour is a rarity amongst so much of today’s sharp focal lengths and crisp digital frames. Of course the special ingredient is Dailleux’s obvious love for the city he is photographing…
previously posted here and here
5centsapound:

Denis Dailleux: Cairo
*truly one of the most gifted photographers currently working. His painterly use of colour is a rarity amongst so much of today’s sharp focal lengths and crisp digital frames. Of course the special ingredient is Dailleux’s obvious love for the city he is photographing…
previously posted here and here
5centsapound:

Denis Dailleux: Cairo
*truly one of the most gifted photographers currently working. His painterly use of colour is a rarity amongst so much of today’s sharp focal lengths and crisp digital frames. Of course the special ingredient is Dailleux’s obvious love for the city he is photographing…
previously posted here and here
5centsapound:

Denis Dailleux: Cairo
*truly one of the most gifted photographers currently working. His painterly use of colour is a rarity amongst so much of today’s sharp focal lengths and crisp digital frames. Of course the special ingredient is Dailleux’s obvious love for the city he is photographing…
previously posted here and here
5centsapound:

Denis Dailleux: Cairo
*truly one of the most gifted photographers currently working. His painterly use of colour is a rarity amongst so much of today’s sharp focal lengths and crisp digital frames. Of course the special ingredient is Dailleux’s obvious love for the city he is photographing…
previously posted here and here
5centsapound:

Denis Dailleux: Cairo
*truly one of the most gifted photographers currently working. His painterly use of colour is a rarity amongst so much of today’s sharp focal lengths and crisp digital frames. Of course the special ingredient is Dailleux’s obvious love for the city he is photographing…
previously posted here and here
5centsapound:

Denis Dailleux: Cairo
*truly one of the most gifted photographers currently working. His painterly use of colour is a rarity amongst so much of today’s sharp focal lengths and crisp digital frames. Of course the special ingredient is Dailleux’s obvious love for the city he is photographing…
previously posted here and here
5centsapound:

Denis Dailleux: Cairo
*truly one of the most gifted photographers currently working. His painterly use of colour is a rarity amongst so much of today’s sharp focal lengths and crisp digital frames. Of course the special ingredient is Dailleux’s obvious love for the city he is photographing…
previously posted here and here
5centsapound:

Denis Dailleux: Cairo
*truly one of the most gifted photographers currently working. His painterly use of colour is a rarity amongst so much of today’s sharp focal lengths and crisp digital frames. Of course the special ingredient is Dailleux’s obvious love for the city he is photographing…
previously posted here and here
5centsapound:

Denis Dailleux: Cairo
*truly one of the most gifted photographers currently working. His painterly use of colour is a rarity amongst so much of today’s sharp focal lengths and crisp digital frames. Of course the special ingredient is Dailleux’s obvious love for the city he is photographing…
previously posted here and here
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uglypnis:

Ice Typography by Nicole Dextras
"The visual poetry in this series aims to subvert the authority of the English language and the commerce of signage by representing words as vulnerable and shifting. Ice Typography absorbs light, melts and eventually leaves no trace; these words have more in common with dreams and oral stories than linear language."
uglypnis:

Ice Typography by Nicole Dextras
"The visual poetry in this series aims to subvert the authority of the English language and the commerce of signage by representing words as vulnerable and shifting. Ice Typography absorbs light, melts and eventually leaves no trace; these words have more in common with dreams and oral stories than linear language."
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mpdrolet:

Mt. Stromboli
Finn Beale
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designeverywhere:

ORDINARY Report 02
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nevver:

Movie matinée