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Ruth Halbert: looking, thinking, making
  • "Sometimes I still think about you.
    There are even times when I miss you
    and I’m pretty sure
    I would fall in love with you again.
    But I won’t ever admit that
    because there are things in progress.
    Things you would only disturb.
    Your way, my way;
    hundreds of kilometers
    and millions of feelings
    apart from where we started."
    Daria M., Notizbuch; 21.01.2014 (via lipstick-bullet)

    (Source: poesietanz, via fables-of-the-reconstruction)

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  • "I fall in love with people’s passion. The way their eyes light up when they talk about the thing they love and the way they fill with light."
    Melissa Cox (via fables-of-the-reconstruction)
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  • artpropelled:

    Nina

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  • design-is-fine:

    Coco Chanel, Coat, 1927. Silk & metal. House of Chanel, Paris. Via metmuseum.org

    Chanel uses a French ombré textile with pattern sources from the Japanese kimono but brings to it the ethos of chaste minimalism. 

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  • design-is-fine:

    Block printing at the Morris & Co Merton Abbey workshop. England. © William Morris Gallery 

    As the business continued to grow, in 1881 Morris opened a factory. The space allowed him to print his famous patterns on a much larger scale. The continuous thump of the woodblocks was one of the most characteristic sounds of Merton Abbey. 

    (Source: mediacentre.kallaway.co.uk)

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  • portermoto:

    "As the storm Gathers"  by Jo Davenport 2014 (Oil on Belgian Linen - 1400 x 1400mm)

    (via caterinagiglio)

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  • (Source: enversdudecor, via caterinagiglio)

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  • artpropelled:

    Bizen Pottery

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  • redmarks:

    ICD/ITKE RESEARCH PAVILLON 2013-14 / ICD/ITKE

    (via the-textile-blog)

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