1. 
Midtown Daydream by (IrenaS)

    Midtown Daydream by (IrenaS)

    Reblogged from: r2--d2
  2. 
Baby Giraffe by (Jen Bekman)

    Baby Giraffe by (Jen Bekman)

    Reblogged from: r2--d2
  3. rose-clementine:

Gdańsk, Poland

    rose-clementine:

    Gdańsk, Poland

    Reblogged from: dwelliott
  4. Reblogged from: dwelliott
  5. italdred:

Dam
    Reblogged from: dwelliott
  6. artisnonsense:

René Magritte( 16 ans sur la photo!!!)

    artisnonsense:

    René Magritte( 16 ans sur la photo!!!)

    Reblogged from: dwelliott
  7. isis0isis:

William Morris (via https://theartstack.com/artist/william-morris/unknown-16698)
    Reblogged from: dwelliott
  8. queerbodhi:

Björn by Matthias Eckert

    queerbodhi:

    Björn by Matthias Eckert

    Reblogged from: nudebeat
  9. a-dog-and-his-best-friend:

    1. andy warhol’s archie

    2. andy warhol portrait of maurice

    Reblogged from: nudebeat
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  11. vjeranski:

Galilei Galileo (1564-1642) The Pleiades - Sidereus Nuncius  (Starry Messenger)
Subject: Astronomy; Telescopes; Early works to 1800

    vjeranski:

    Galilei Galileo (1564-1642) The Pleiades - Sidereus Nuncius  (Starry Messenger)

    Subject: Astronomy; Telescopes; Early works to 1800

    Reblogged from: dwelliott
  12. thejoeboard:

faalke:

“Queen Elizabeth II shakes hands with Marilyn, at the Royal Film premiere of war film The Battle of River Plate, in Leicester Square, London, 29 October, 1956.

This is my favorite picture of Marilyn Monroe. You just knew how insecure and incomplete she felt throughout her entire life. She knew everyone underestimated her talent because they instead chose to recognize her as a sex symbol, even though she truly enjoyed acting in motion pictures. While everyone in the background is distracted in conversation, you can see Monroe’s genuine smile as she shakes Queen Elizabeth’s hand proudly in that moment.

    thejoeboard:

    faalke:

    “Queen Elizabeth II shakes hands with Marilyn, at the Royal Film premiere of war film The Battle of River Plate, in Leicester Square, London, 29 October, 1956.

    This is my favorite picture of Marilyn Monroe. You just knew how insecure and incomplete she felt throughout her entire life. She knew everyone underestimated her talent because they instead chose to recognize her as a sex symbol, even though she truly enjoyed acting in motion pictures. While everyone in the background is distracted in conversation, you can see Monroe’s genuine smile as she shakes Queen Elizabeth’s hand proudly in that moment.

    Reblogged from: dwelliott
  13. Reblogged from: sexy-sweaters
  14. Reblogged from: bebuckskin
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