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.

"As he slept upstairs on September 8th of 1908, two young burglars entered Mark Twain’s  home, took an entire sideboard into the garden and proceeded to break  it open. They were eventually caught by police with a stash of  silverware. The next day, with the help of an aspiring young artist  named Dorothy Sturgis, Twain produced the following note for the  attention of future burglars. From that day on, it was permanently  attached to his front door."
(via Letters of Note)

"As he slept upstairs on September 8th of 1908, two young burglars entered Mark Twain’s home, took an entire sideboard into the garden and proceeded to break it open. They were eventually caught by police with a stash of silverware. The next day, with the help of an aspiring young artist named Dorothy Sturgis, Twain produced the following note for the attention of future burglars. From that day on, it was permanently attached to his front door."

(via Letters of Note)

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