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suicideblonde:

Sasha Pivovarova photographed in Kizhi, Russia by Tim Walker for Vogue UK in 2006
 Michelle Duguid, assistant on the shoot: ‘Four generations of a family lived in this cramped house. We ended up unpacking the clothes in a room where four of the oldest members of the family slept, while Tim set up his tripod in an adjoining room surrounded by a further 17 staring members of the extended family. The two sisters sang us old Russian folk songs about the death of traditional country life, a subject close to our hosts’ hearts. The singing moved Sasha to tears.’

suicideblonde:

Sasha Pivovarova photographed in Kizhi, Russia by Tim Walker for Vogue UK in 2006

Michelle Duguid, assistant on the shoot: ‘Four generations of a family lived in this cramped house. We ended up unpacking the clothes in a room where four of the oldest members of the family slept, while Tim set up his tripod in an adjoining room surrounded by a further 17 staring members of the extended family. The two sisters sang us old Russian folk songs about the death of traditional country life, a subject close to our hosts’ hearts. The singing moved Sasha to tears.’

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wildthicket:

Prada F/W 2011 Fantasy Lookbook

wildthicket:

Prada F/W 2011 Fantasy Lookbook

(Source: wildthicket)

lovetexts:

Go someplace where no one knows your name

lovetexts:

Go someplace where no one knows your name

(Source: )

Love Texts: Poem: If by Rudyard Kipling

lovetexts:

IF

IF you can keep your head when all about you
Are losing theirs and blaming it on you,
If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,
But make allowance for their doubting too;
If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,
Or being lied about, don’t deal in lies,
Or being hated, don’t…

nayumikwon:

KIKO Y U SO PRETTY?

nayumikwon:

KIKO Y U SO PRETTY?

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unconsumption:


Dr. Dan Knapp, 71, is one man who’s reaping the riches of the Zero Waste philosophy. He founded Urban Ore,  a waste recovery business in Berkeley, California in 1980 with his wife  Mary Lou Van Deventer. Last year the company did $2.7 million in sales.
Turning trash into cash was a natural evolution for Knapp. On a whim,  as a college instructor in Springfield, Illinois in the early 1970’s,  he purchased an old six-wheeled farm truck and helped students collect  salvageable material lying about town.
“We were picking up anything,” says Knapp. “We went to a dump and I was appalled by what I saw.”
Then, Knapp recalls, he realized “There’s a business opportunity here.”

More: From Trash to Cash: Small Business Turns Profit with Waste Recovery – ecomagination

unconsumption:

Dr. Dan Knapp, 71, is one man who’s reaping the riches of the Zero Waste philosophy. He founded Urban Ore, a waste recovery business in Berkeley, California in 1980 with his wife Mary Lou Van Deventer. Last year the company did $2.7 million in sales.

Turning trash into cash was a natural evolution for Knapp. On a whim, as a college instructor in Springfield, Illinois in the early 1970’s, he purchased an old six-wheeled farm truck and helped students collect salvageable material lying about town.

“We were picking up anything,” says Knapp. “We went to a dump and I was appalled by what I saw.”

Then, Knapp recalls, he realized “There’s a business opportunity here.”

More: From Trash to Cash: Small Business Turns Profit with Waste Recovery – ecomagination

suicideblonde:

Sasha Pivovarova photographed in Kizhi, Russia by Tim Walker for Vogue UK in 2006
 Michelle Duguid, assistant on the shoot: ‘Four generations of a family lived in this cramped house. We ended up unpacking the clothes in a room where four of the oldest members of the family slept, while Tim set up his tripod in an adjoining room surrounded by a further 17 staring members of the extended family. The two sisters sang us old Russian folk songs about the death of traditional country life, a subject close to our hosts’ hearts. The singing moved Sasha to tears.’

suicideblonde:

Sasha Pivovarova photographed in Kizhi, Russia by Tim Walker for Vogue UK in 2006

Michelle Duguid, assistant on the shoot: ‘Four generations of a family lived in this cramped house. We ended up unpacking the clothes in a room where four of the oldest members of the family slept, while Tim set up his tripod in an adjoining room surrounded by a further 17 staring members of the extended family. The two sisters sang us old Russian folk songs about the death of traditional country life, a subject close to our hosts’ hearts. The singing moved Sasha to tears.’

(via bohemea)

wildthicket:

Prada F/W 2011 Fantasy Lookbook

wildthicket:

Prada F/W 2011 Fantasy Lookbook

(Source: wildthicket)

(Source: nopegotnothin, via observando)

lovetexts:

Go someplace where no one knows your name

lovetexts:

Go someplace where no one knows your name

(Source: )

Love Texts: Poem: If by Rudyard Kipling

lovetexts:

IF

IF you can keep your head when all about you
Are losing theirs and blaming it on you,
If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,
But make allowance for their doubting too;
If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,
Or being lied about, don’t deal in lies,
Or being hated, don’t…

nayumikwon:

KIKO Y U SO PRETTY?

nayumikwon:

KIKO Y U SO PRETTY?

(Source: bonerdonor, via mrs-kwon-ji-yong)

unconsumption:


Dr. Dan Knapp, 71, is one man who’s reaping the riches of the Zero Waste philosophy. He founded Urban Ore,  a waste recovery business in Berkeley, California in 1980 with his wife  Mary Lou Van Deventer. Last year the company did $2.7 million in sales.
Turning trash into cash was a natural evolution for Knapp. On a whim,  as a college instructor in Springfield, Illinois in the early 1970’s,  he purchased an old six-wheeled farm truck and helped students collect  salvageable material lying about town.
“We were picking up anything,” says Knapp. “We went to a dump and I was appalled by what I saw.”
Then, Knapp recalls, he realized “There’s a business opportunity here.”

More: From Trash to Cash: Small Business Turns Profit with Waste Recovery – ecomagination

unconsumption:

Dr. Dan Knapp, 71, is one man who’s reaping the riches of the Zero Waste philosophy. He founded Urban Ore, a waste recovery business in Berkeley, California in 1980 with his wife Mary Lou Van Deventer. Last year the company did $2.7 million in sales.

Turning trash into cash was a natural evolution for Knapp. On a whim, as a college instructor in Springfield, Illinois in the early 1970’s, he purchased an old six-wheeled farm truck and helped students collect salvageable material lying about town.

“We were picking up anything,” says Knapp. “We went to a dump and I was appalled by what I saw.”

Then, Knapp recalls, he realized “There’s a business opportunity here.”

More: From Trash to Cash: Small Business Turns Profit with Waste Recovery – ecomagination

Re:plus – Moonscape

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sunset behind the trees but no
stars, rainwater falling invisible
miles in droplets & turns & twists
and silently (individually) touching her
cheek (but together on the sidewalk
a frightening roar) chalk-art reflections
of an intersection red green white
lights into the night a lost cool
path we take along sherbert back
alleys dripping contrast impossible to
reproduce the air's delight with our
noses; and here a lost singing mumbler -
a surprise bee hovers across a windowbox a
gift of pollen in exchange for vital sugar -
a messenger from chaos that tumbles away
a tiny wobbling stability in an otherwise dream

in her eyes reflections of the black forever sky
like the end of the world or at least my life -
at my feet a blue gasoline-striped puddle
suddenly gone to music and the stars
become audible tinkling from above
the rooftops onto which they are falling,
rolling bells bumping across shingles
dropping onto the stones below with the water
where it is pooling and the people are wet and
the grass is wet and there is sunset behind the trees but no stars.

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