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Sophie Turner in Another Me

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divinemyths:

MYTHOLOGY  MEME→ LEGENDARY CREATURES [1/8] → Fairies 

Fairies are generally described as human in appearance and having magical powers. Their origins are less clear in the folklore, being variously dead, or some form of demon, or a species completely independent of humans or angels.

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Fashion! Put It All On Me ➝  Elie Saab f/w 2012-13 [2/2]

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kyle-marffin:

Dark-Winged Angels: Roberto Ferri

Sumptuous oil paintings by Taranto, Italy romantic painter Roberto Ferri (b. 1978), modern master of his own Baroque revival, who some call Caravaggio’s heir. Who am I to argue?

We often see Ferri’s Lucifero posted here and at other blogs (the fifth image down). No idea why I hadn’t previously taken the time to look up more of this painter’s work. Gorgeous, one and all. But be they good or bad, why, we must wonder, are all of the angels’ wings dark?

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zoetica:

I’ve been collecting these images from Galliano’s perfect, gaudy, vaguely-Russia-inspired F/W 2009 tidbits for a few months now, mostly for art and styling reference, but also because they make me happy.

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tumbledownthemountain:

Message me if you have a similar blog! Need more blogs to follow! Xx

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wildbelles:

tumbledownthemountain:

Message me if you have a similar blog! Need more blogs to follow! Xx

more like this here x

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petyrbaelishs:

Sansa Stark Meme

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kyle-marffin:

Dark-Winged Angels: Roberto Ferri

Sumptuous oil paintings by Taranto, Italy romantic painter Roberto Ferri (b. 1978), modern master of his own Baroque revival, who some call Caravaggio’s heir. Who am I to argue?

We often see Ferri’s Lucifero posted here and at other blogs (the fifth image down). No idea why I hadn’t previously taken the time to look up more of this painter’s work. Gorgeous, one and all. But be they good or bad, why, we must wonder, are all of the angels’ wings dark?

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— 1 week ago with 21848 notes