That's life
IF YOU DON'T HAVE ANY SHADOWS, YOU'RE NOT STANDING IN THE LIGHT
That's life
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2headedsnake:

Jessica Carimondi
2headedsnake:

Jessica Carimondi
2headedsnake:

Jessica Carimondi
2headedsnake:

Jessica Carimondi
2headedsnake:

Jessica Carimondi
2headedsnake:

Jessica Carimondi
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leslieseuffert:

Krista van der Niet (b.1978, Netherlands) Seven Pins & One Match
leslieseuffert:

Krista van der Niet (b.1978, Netherlands) Seven Pins & One Match
leslieseuffert:

Krista van der Niet (b.1978, Netherlands) Seven Pins & One Match
leslieseuffert:

Krista van der Niet (b.1978, Netherlands) Seven Pins & One Match
leslieseuffert:

Krista van der Niet (b.1978, Netherlands) Seven Pins & One Match
leslieseuffert:

Krista van der Niet (b.1978, Netherlands) Seven Pins & One Match
leslieseuffert:

Krista van der Niet (b.1978, Netherlands) Seven Pins & One Match
leslieseuffert:

Krista van der Niet (b.1978, Netherlands) Seven Pins & One Match
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whimsebox:

Handmade bridal hair accessories by Twigs and Honey
whimsebox:

Handmade bridal hair accessories by Twigs and Honey
whimsebox:

Handmade bridal hair accessories by Twigs and Honey
whimsebox:

Handmade bridal hair accessories by Twigs and Honey
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theevildead-:

Michael
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Vincent  van Gogh - From ‘Almond Blossoms’ Series (1888-1890)

Vincent  van Gogh - From ‘Almond Blossoms’ Series (1888-1890)
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red-lipstick:

Lucas Chimello Simões aka Lucas Simões (b. 1980, Catanduva, Spain) - Réquiem, 2010     Collages
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7while23:

Samantha Wall, Shame on Me (Flayed), 2011 (Graphite on paper)
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2headedsnake:

Nuria Riaza
2headedsnake:

Nuria Riaza
2headedsnake:

Nuria Riaza
2headedsnake:

Nuria Riaza
2headedsnake:

Nuria Riaza
2headedsnake:

Nuria Riaza
2headedsnake:

Nuria Riaza
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Bandit’s Roost, at 59½ Mulberry Street (Mulberry Bend), was the most crime-ridden, dangerous part of all New York City. Photo by Jacob Riis (1888) (via)
Of this address, and the infamous Mulberry Bend more generally, Riis wrote in his most famous book, How the Other Half Lives (1890):
Abuse is the normal condition of “the Bend,” murder its everyday crop, with the tenants not always the criminals. In this block between Bayard, Park, Mulberry, and Baxter Streets, “the Bend” proper, the late Tenement House Commission counted 155 deaths of children in a specimen year (1882). Their percentage of the total mortality in the block was 68.28, while for the whole city the proportion was only 46.20. The infant mortality in any city or place as compared with the whole number of deaths is justly considered a good barometer of its general sanitary condition. Here, in this tenement, No. 59 1/2, next to Bandits’ Roost, fourteen persons died that year, and eleven of them were children; in No. 61 eleven, and eight of them not yet five years old. According to the records in the Bureau of Vital Statistics only thirty-nine people lived in No. 59 1/2 in the year 1888, nine of them little children. There were five baby funerals in that house the same year. Out of the alley itself, No. 59, nine dead were carried in 1888, five in baby coffins. (source)
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actegratuit:

Three Deers Wallpaper by Linn Warme
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Illustration by R. Pesoto for Glamour Photography Magazine, Summer, 1957
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lonequixote:

Death and Life ~ Gustav Klimt
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caterville:

We Heart It.
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leslieseuffert:

Yasmine Nachabe; Found Objects 2012
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2headedsnake:

Arman (1928-2005)