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bassman5911:

補修壁。 Repaired wall. 芸が細かいというかいじらしいというか。  (Taken with instagram)

bassman5911:

補修壁。 Repaired wall. 芸が細かいというかいじらしいというか。  (Taken with instagram)

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dgmdontgetmad:

oww cute…wait nooooo…

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marisa-ramirez:

henrik vibskov

marisa-ramirez:

henrik vibskov

petitepointplace:

Lovingly created from the remnants of worn garments and embroidered with motifs and tales drawn from the rich visual and narrative repertoire of Bengal, kanthas were traditionally stitched by women as gifts to be used in the celebration of weddings and other family occasions. Kantha: The Embroidered Quilts of Bengal taken from the Jill and Sheldon Bonovitz Collection and the Stella Kramrisch Collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art presents 44 examples of this vibrant domestic art, created by village and urban women in the Bengal region, now comprised of Bangladesh and the state of West Bengal, India between the mid-19th and the mid-20th century.

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marisa-ramirez:

jurgen lehl

marisa-ramirez:

jurgen lehl

tierradentro:

“Head of Woman”, 1921, Pablo Picasso.

tierradentro:

Head of Woman”, 1921, Pablo Picasso.

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bassman5911:

補修壁。 Repaired wall. 芸が細かいというかいじらしいというか。  (Taken with instagram)

bassman5911:

補修壁。 Repaired wall. 芸が細かいというかいじらしいというか。  (Taken with instagram)

(via yellowblog)

marisa-ramirez:

mina kang

marisa-ramirez:

mina kang

marisa-ramirez:

akiko ike

marisa-ramirez:

akiko ike

dgmdontgetmad:

oww cute…wait nooooo…

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marisa-ramirez:

mended
melaniegoad:

7/15/14

melaniegoad:

7/15/14

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marisa-ramirez:

henrik vibskov

marisa-ramirez:

henrik vibskov

petitepointplace:

Lovingly created from the remnants of worn garments and embroidered with motifs and tales drawn from the rich visual and narrative repertoire of Bengal, kanthas were traditionally stitched by women as gifts to be used in the celebration of weddings and other family occasions. Kantha: The Embroidered Quilts of Bengal taken from the Jill and Sheldon Bonovitz Collection and the Stella Kramrisch Collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art presents 44 examples of this vibrant domestic art, created by village and urban women in the Bengal region, now comprised of Bangladesh and the state of West Bengal, India between the mid-19th and the mid-20th century.

(via libraryphantomg5)

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