Béla Bartók

Pina Bausch

Eleanora Derenkowskaia

June Miller

L’affaire des poisons

Harry Crosby

My favorite Henri Cartier-Bresson photo

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I don’t know what I deserve
But for you I could work

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Thoughts on ribbons.

What I’ve been doing lately.

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Nora in Pump Up the Volume

Dame Darcy is the best illustrator of my generation

Louise Brooks

John Cage's Imaginary Landscapes

Jesus & Mary Chain

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polish matchbox label – via maraid on Flickr

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a nice pattern

makeuping

Also:

The history of mail.

Das bundesarchiv.

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Icelandic candy and spirit packaging designer.

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girl with doll, mourning, 1910 (Etsy)

A recently recovered recording from the first-ever talking doll could also be the first-ever commercial recording, historians said after the audio was posted online by the National Parks Service Wednesday.

The 12-second recording of “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star,” captured on a ring-shaped cylinder phonograph, was produced for Thomas Edison’s failed talking-doll business venture in 1888. (CNN)

Vintage 60s Talking Mattel Sister Belle Doll

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