Jessie. Twenty-two. Part- time Floridian. Part- time Bay Stater. Student at Mount Holyoke College. This is a blog of knick-knacks and what-nots



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cookingchannel:

Is that a Japanese food pun sticker in your pocket or are you just happy sashimi?
No book can be appreciated until it has been slept with and dreamed over.

-  Eugene Field (via wordsnquotes)

(via wordsnquotes)

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insidehishead:

some of the most sensitive areas of the female body
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nevver:

Annie Seo
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veganfoody:

Portobello Pups
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I fell in love with Green-Wood cemetery!
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Green-Wood cemetery #Nofilter
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annermation:

trying not to get too rusty!
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swanngalleries:

Who doesn’t love a beautiful Alphonse Mucha Art Nouveau poster? Learn about this Flirt poster from 1899, featured in our upcoming auction of Vintage Posters on August 6th, from our catalogue: 
"Mucha reinforces this biscuit advertisement by flawlessly incorporating the brand name and logo into the image. The Lefèvre-Utile name is visible in the wrought iron gate behind the couple, and initialed in the fabric of the woman’s dress; a quarter of an actual biscuit is depicted in the lower left corner. This is the first edition of the poster. In 1900, it was reissued after the company won a grand prize at the World’s Fair in Paris, with the words Grand Prix - Paris 1900 printed to the left of Mucha’s signature. In addition to posters, Mucha also designed packaging for this famous biscuit company.”
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