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Sonja Johnson//from Minneapolis//living in Berlin//studying Fashion Design at Lette Verein
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ikeiks:

The art of Mia Calderone
ikeiks:

The art of Mia Calderone
ikeiks:

The art of Mia Calderone
ikeiks:

The art of Mia Calderone
ikeiks:

The art of Mia Calderone
ikeiks:

The art of Mia Calderone
ikeiks:

The art of Mia Calderone
ikeiks:

The art of Mia Calderone
ikeiks:

The art of Mia Calderone
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eartheld:

greaterland:

Carla Andrade

mostly nature
eartheld:

greaterland:

Carla Andrade

mostly nature
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mariacarlabosscono:

details @ Thierry Mugler Haute Couture S/S 1998
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brutalgeneration:

(#flickr12days) touch (by ummatiddle)
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queenofdessert:

Since I wasn’t at SDCC due to being on another continent (*sobs*) I finally, FINALLY, finished this. Atypically for this blog it’s, uh, not dessert. I mean, you could eat it if you really wanted but it would be awful.
I wanted to do something with light and shadow.  The deer skull projects through the antlered human skull when you shine light in just the right place… please forgive my lack of adequate light sources and photography skills. 
Materials: cardboard, glue, acrylic paint and the blood from a thousand papercuts. 
queenofdessert:

Since I wasn’t at SDCC due to being on another continent (*sobs*) I finally, FINALLY, finished this. Atypically for this blog it’s, uh, not dessert. I mean, you could eat it if you really wanted but it would be awful.
I wanted to do something with light and shadow.  The deer skull projects through the antlered human skull when you shine light in just the right place… please forgive my lack of adequate light sources and photography skills. 
Materials: cardboard, glue, acrylic paint and the blood from a thousand papercuts. 
queenofdessert:

Since I wasn’t at SDCC due to being on another continent (*sobs*) I finally, FINALLY, finished this. Atypically for this blog it’s, uh, not dessert. I mean, you could eat it if you really wanted but it would be awful.
I wanted to do something with light and shadow.  The deer skull projects through the antlered human skull when you shine light in just the right place… please forgive my lack of adequate light sources and photography skills. 
Materials: cardboard, glue, acrylic paint and the blood from a thousand papercuts. 
queenofdessert:

Since I wasn’t at SDCC due to being on another continent (*sobs*) I finally, FINALLY, finished this. Atypically for this blog it’s, uh, not dessert. I mean, you could eat it if you really wanted but it would be awful.
I wanted to do something with light and shadow.  The deer skull projects through the antlered human skull when you shine light in just the right place… please forgive my lack of adequate light sources and photography skills. 
Materials: cardboard, glue, acrylic paint and the blood from a thousand papercuts. 
queenofdessert:

Since I wasn’t at SDCC due to being on another continent (*sobs*) I finally, FINALLY, finished this. Atypically for this blog it’s, uh, not dessert. I mean, you could eat it if you really wanted but it would be awful.
I wanted to do something with light and shadow.  The deer skull projects through the antlered human skull when you shine light in just the right place… please forgive my lack of adequate light sources and photography skills. 
Materials: cardboard, glue, acrylic paint and the blood from a thousand papercuts. 
queenofdessert:

Since I wasn’t at SDCC due to being on another continent (*sobs*) I finally, FINALLY, finished this. Atypically for this blog it’s, uh, not dessert. I mean, you could eat it if you really wanted but it would be awful.
I wanted to do something with light and shadow.  The deer skull projects through the antlered human skull when you shine light in just the right place… please forgive my lack of adequate light sources and photography skills. 
Materials: cardboard, glue, acrylic paint and the blood from a thousand papercuts. 
queenofdessert:

Since I wasn’t at SDCC due to being on another continent (*sobs*) I finally, FINALLY, finished this. Atypically for this blog it’s, uh, not dessert. I mean, you could eat it if you really wanted but it would be awful.
I wanted to do something with light and shadow.  The deer skull projects through the antlered human skull when you shine light in just the right place… please forgive my lack of adequate light sources and photography skills. 
Materials: cardboard, glue, acrylic paint and the blood from a thousand papercuts. 
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gothprada:

MM6 Maison Martin Margiela FW 2014
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indefinido:

http://instagram.com/stuchi_
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existiia:

Turkish Delight by AngelaBax on Flickr.
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fruitgod:

Glow x
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