I’m writing a paper on a 17th c. Northern European engraving and I impulsively entered “flanders” on google images.
Well I don’t know what I expected.
Last night, I met David Sedaris and he drew a knife
on mein my book.
What are the chances of running into two window cats on the way to the gym?
Hans Memling, Tommaso di Folco Portinari, Oil on wood, 1470
That’s just one of the saddest things I’ll ever see.
Dress designed by Travis Banton for Anna May Wong in Limehouse Blues, 1934.
Issey Miyake f/w 1994-1995
"Boy George returns stolen icon to Cyprus." (thehistoryblog.com) 
The best part is that the Bishop was watching a show on Boy George.
Claude Mellan, La Sainte Face (Holy Face), 1649
This 17th-century engraving is made of a single trait starting from the middle of the nose and spiraling from there, either thin or thickened, in order to draw the whole face with its details and shadows.
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