Vulpes who is 10 months old ( Top photo) and Dubo is 11 months old. They are both male, and as is evident in the photos, they love nothing more than to sleep on my papers when I’m studying or on my pillow.


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vintagebooksdesign:

VINTAGE MAGIC

With hand-drawn typography influenced by a series of 1960’s John O’Hara novels, the Vintage design team has conjured up this playful new series.

By collecting all nine you can reveal the classic poster on the reverse. (see the magic happen on our Facebook page!)

The poster was supplied by the Science and Society Picture Library. It dates from 1910 and was a stock magic poster used by smaller acts where performance names could simply be inserted into a strip at the top of the image, which would explain why so many different types of magic acts are represented.

To be published October 2014 by Vintage.

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mlysza:

jerk repellent

mlysza:

jerk repellent

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mapsontheweb:

Dante’s Inferno: a helpful diagram to eternal damnation

mapsontheweb:

Dante’s Inferno: a helpful diagram to eternal damnation

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My two kitties, Vulpes and Dubo.

My two kitties, Vulpes and Dubo.


aurantii:

bunny eating rasberries

it gave the bun lipstick

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artofthedarkages:

As of right now both options for the next Theme of the Month have two votes. Help break this tie!

Barbarian Hordes or Treasures of the Morgan Library????

Treasures of the Morgan Library, please!


So apparently my account got hacked * sigh*

So disregard any posts where apparently, I’m a blonde who lost weight :/ ?


fuckyeahvintageillustration:

Cover illustration by Countess Otolia Olga Kraszewska for Jugend magazine nr. 2, published January 1900. 
Description: The cover features a blindfolded woman barefoot, resting one foot on a wheel, holding a cornucopia from which roses are falling. She reaches out and moves the minute hand of a clock forward past XII. There are wings at her hand. The clock-face bears the signs of the zodiac and rays of light shoot out all around, from which we are to understand that the woman represents Time and the passage in January from one year to the next.
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fuckyeahvintageillustration:

Cover illustration by Countess Otolia Olga Kraszewska for Jugend magazine nr. 2, published January 1900. 

Description: The cover features a blindfolded woman barefoot, resting one foot on a wheel, holding a cornucopia from which roses are falling. She reaches out and moves the minute hand of a clock forward past XII. There are wings at her hand. The clock-face bears the signs of the zodiac and rays of light shoot out all around, from which we are to understand that the woman represents Time and the passage in January from one year to the next.

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