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livelymorgue:

April 1, 1974: “We never speak of dying,” a misspelled ad boasts, quoted in a roundup of hair coloring techniques available in the city. While the procedure pictured here — which required 1,000 feet of cotton stripping — might resemble some kind of April Fool’s prank carried out by the colorist, it was apparently a real thing for fine hair, called balayage au cotton. Photo: Barton Silverman/The New York Times

gregorwittrick:

Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei for Megawing

(vía popmodernidad)

robot-heart:

If Barbie had the measurements of a real woman 

[Nikolay] Lamm made a 3D model using the measurements of an average 19-year-old, and photographed it next to an actual Barbie Doll.

(vía memory-hole)

robot-heart:

If Barbie had the measurements of a real woman 

[Nikolay] Lamm made a 3D model using the measurements of an average 19-year-old, and photographed it next to an actual Barbie Doll.

(vía memory-hole)

ceepackrun:

Hand-drawn type.
#10 in a series.
Cecelia Packard

ceepackrun:

Hand-drawn type.

#10 in a series.

Cecelia Packard

agi-open-london:

Olle Eksell — Nessim Carpet stores logo (1958), Olle Eskell exhibition poster (1999)
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agi-open-london:

Olle Eksell — Nessim Carpet stores logo (1958), Olle Eskell exhibition poster (1999)

kateordie:

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heather franzen

There’s just… Something in my eye…

(vía ultrapearl)