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1:03pm December 5, 2010
enzeraika:

The amount of love I have for the Gotham City girls is endless.

enzeraika:

The amount of love I have for the Gotham City girls is endless.

12:59pm December 5, 2010
The two paths

The two paths

12:34pm December 5, 2010
yourefancy:

I was born in the wrong time period. Why don’t men look like this anymore? That mustache is flawless…perfect…loveliness. 

yourefancy:

I was born in the wrong time period. Why don’t men look like this anymore? That mustache is flawless…perfect…loveliness. 

12:26pm December 5, 2010
"Don’t mind him, he used to be an Irishman"

"Don’t mind him, he used to be an Irishman"

12:25pm December 5, 2010
cassandrabangel:

delightful, i need to drink tea dressed like this!(via chonklatime)

cassandrabangel:

delightful, i need to drink tea dressed like this!

(via chonklatime)

12:14pm December 5, 2010
thedailywhat:

Children’s Writing Centre-Slash-Monster Supply Shop of the Day: Can I interest you in a can of escalating panic? Perhaps a clump of distressed damsel’s hair is more to your liking? These items and more at Hoxton Street Monster Supplies: Bespoke and Everyday Items For the Living, Dead and Undead (est. 1818).
Inspired by Dave Eggers’s 826 literacy project,  London-based graphic design studio We Made This, with help and support from the Arts Council and the JJ Charitable Trust, launched the Ministry of Stories on Hoxton Street in east London.

The Ministry follows the model of the 826 centres: a writing centre  where kids aged 8-18 can get one-to-one tuition with professional  writers and other volunteers; with the centres being housed behind  fantastical shop fronts designed to fire the kids’ imaginations (and  generate income for the writing centres).
In our case, the shop is Hoxton Street Monster Supplies – Purveyor of Quality Goods for Monsters of Every Kind.

[g-g.]

thedailywhat:

Children’s Writing Centre-Slash-Monster Supply Shop of the Day: Can I interest you in a can of escalating panic? Perhaps a clump of distressed damsel’s hair is more to your liking? These items and more at Hoxton Street Monster Supplies: Bespoke and Everyday Items For the Living, Dead and Undead (est. 1818).

Inspired by Dave Eggers’s 826 literacy project, London-based graphic design studio We Made This, with help and support from the Arts Council and the JJ Charitable Trust, launched the Ministry of Stories on Hoxton Street in east London.

The Ministry follows the model of the 826 centres: a writing centre where kids aged 8-18 can get one-to-one tuition with professional writers and other volunteers; with the centres being housed behind fantastical shop fronts designed to fire the kids’ imaginations (and generate income for the writing centres).

In our case, the shop is Hoxton Street Monster Supplies – Purveyor of Quality Goods for Monsters of Every Kind.

[g-g.]

10:42am December 5, 2010
lucynic83:

Gene Tierney

lucynic83:

Gene Tierney

8:43am December 5, 2010
attractivewomen:

Elly Tran Ha

attractivewomen:

Elly Tran Ha

8:42am December 5, 2010
attractivewomen:

Elly Tran Ha

attractivewomen:

Elly Tran Ha

8:42am December 5, 2010
attractivewomen:

Elly Tran Ha

attractivewomen:

Elly Tran Ha

8:39am December 5, 2010
8:38am December 5, 2010
heckyesdecadence:

Alphonse Mucha - L’Illustration

heckyesdecadence:

Alphonse Mucha - L’Illustration