brunchatbergdorfs:

Audrey Hepburn for Miss Dior (1955)

brunchatbergdorfs:

Audrey Hepburn for Miss Dior (1955)



evilsupplyco:

Today in history via Evil Supply Co. — Rest in peace, Charles “Chas” Addams.

evilsupplyco:

Today in history via Evil Supply Co. — Rest in peace, Charles “Chas” Addams.

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truebluemeandyou:

DIY Inspiration: Unicorn Tears and Burps from The Museum of Unnatural History. Original source. 
Unicorn Tears: Unfiltered Unicorn Tears Puts the Sparkle in Suffering. How to DIY? Bottle filled with glitter, water and glycerin (found at any drug store and used in snow globes) and label.
Unicorn Burp: Fact:Unicorns are the Only Species to Belch Happiness. How to DIY?  Blowing bubbles with a wand and label.

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Inspiration: Unicorn Tears and Burps from The Museum of Unnatural History. Original source. 

  • Unicorn Tears: Unfiltered Unicorn Tears Puts the Sparkle in Suffering. How to DIY? Bottle filled with glitter, water and glycerin (found at any drug store and used in snow globes) and label.
  • Unicorn Burp: Fact:Unicorns are the Only Species to Belch Happiness. How to DIY?  Blowing bubbles with a wand and label.

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pre-raphaelisme:

Miranda by John William Waterhouse, 1875.

pre-raphaelisme:

Miranda by John William Waterhouse, 1875.

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disneylimitededitiondolls:

Comparison of the blue and pink dresses!


Mister Rogers says goodbye. x

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claireonacloud:

Spread the word! You can now buy prints of my pastels and watercolors on Society6

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"Everything's so wonderful. Just wait till you meet him!" (x)

Pencil test animation for Sleeping Beauty (by Marc Davis)

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doxiequeen1:

I finished one of the six butterfly outfits! Honestly I feel like this project has been doomed from the start, just about everything that could go wrong did go wrong. From the bodice proportions to the hand painting to the hemming - and hemming is the easiest thing ever!

I still like the idea, and I think from a distance the garment will look okay. But thanks to all the problems I had to really lower my standards just to complete it so It’s not a dress I will ever be proud of. 

Anyway, it was made from petticoat netting, orange batik, and chiffon.  All designs were painted by hand…it took many coats since I was using bright colors on dark fabric. The bodice is fully boned and laces up the back.