Each Day a Flower

Interests: Dolls, fashion, androgyny, silent & classic film, Pre-Raphaelites, street art, advertising, surrealism, low-brow, male models & actors, actresses, cartoons, vintage images, toys, candy, fairy tales, messing around with gender roles. I try to avoid reblogging posts that have been reblogged several thousand times, unsourced images, touchy-feely text over blurry pictures of the woods/outerspace, over-exposed pictures of teenagers sitting around doing ordinary stuff with their faces obscured or heads cut off, & fashion photos that seem E.D.-triggering to me. I have enough problems, man.

The Fall, 2006

The Fall, 2006

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richard scarry sweets

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stopdropandvogue:

Delfine Bafort in “The Witching Hour” for Dazed & Confused November 2013 hotographed by Vicent van de Wijngaard

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stopdropandvogue:

Delfine Bafort in “The Witching Hour” for Dazed & Confused November 2013 hotographed by Vicent van de Wijngaard

(Source: forums.thefashionspot.com)

The Edge of Love, 2008

The Edge of Love, 2008

The Crystal Palace, c. 1851

The Crystal Palace, c. 1851

iamjapanese:
Colin Firth & Rupert Everett,   Another Country

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iamjapanese:

Colin Firth & Rupert Everett,   Another Country

screengoddess:

Lina Basquette, 1928

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screengoddess:

Lina Basquette, 1928

I Capture the Castle, 2003

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Maurice, 1987

Maurice, 1987

peise:

-May Sarton, Fruit of Loneliness, from Words on the Wind, Poetry, (December 1930)

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peise:

-May Sarton, Fruit of Loneliness, from Words on the Wind, Poetry, (December 1930)

Veronica Lake, 1943

Veronica Lake, 1943

parabola-magazine:

“There are beautiful wild forces within us. Let them turn the mills inside and fill sacks that feed even heaven.”–St. Francis of Assisi from Love Poems from God: Twelve Sacred Voices from the East and West, edited by Daniel Ladinsky (Penguin Group, New York, 2002)Art Credit: Frederick Varley, Stormy Weather, Georgian Bay, 1921

Reblogged from parabola-magazine

parabola-magazine:

“There are beautiful wild forces within us. Let them turn the mills inside and fill sacks that feed even heaven.”

–St. Francis of Assisi from Love Poems from God: Twelve Sacred Voices from the East and West, edited by Daniel Ladinsky (Penguin Group, New York, 2002)

Art Credit: Frederick Varley, Stormy Weather, Georgian Bay, 1921