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Quit fighting against everyone... learn to be equal and empower each other!

Quit fighting against everyone... learn to be equal and empower each other!

So she ended in the asylum where she find her child back in the black body of a boy

So she ended in the asylum where she find her child back in the black body of a boy

Detecting murder weapons by looking at stab wounds.

Detecting murder weapons by looking at stab wounds.

naloxonebiteparamedic: Holy shit! Haha

naloxonebiteparamedic: Holy shit! Haha

The Rib Cage. Click the image to watch The Anatomy of the Rib Cage video. Human anatomy drawing references

The Rib Cage. Click the image to watch The Anatomy of the Rib Cage video. Human anatomy drawing references

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I wish I could convince thomas to let me cut his hair like this...

I wish I could convince thomas to let me cut his hair like this...

Finely petalled rosettes punctuate the fly fringe (braid) adorning this 1760s sack-back gown. They are made of narrow strips of parchment, covered in silk and twisted into the shape of petals, a technique used in both embroidery and lace since the late 17th century. In addition to the rosettes, the fringe incorporates loops of silver thread with tufts of coloured floss silk. Known as fly fringe, these knotted and highly decorative trims were a popular embellishment for women’s dress between…

Finely petalled rosettes punctuate the fly fringe (braid) adorning this 1760s sack-back gown. They are made of narrow strips of parchment, covered in silk and twisted into the shape of petals, a technique used in both embroidery and lace since the late 17th century. In addition to the rosettes, the fringe incorporates loops of silver thread with tufts of coloured floss silk. Known as fly fringe, these knotted and highly decorative trims were a popular embellishment for women’s dress between…

Dress (Robe à l'Anglaise) 1750 - 75

Dress (Robe à l'Anglaise) 1750 - 75

http://www.theviennasecession.com/gallery/alphonse-mucha/postcards/

http://www.theviennasecession.com/gallery/alphonse-mucha/postcards/