La persienne

“I never wish to be easily defined. I’d rather float over other people’s minds as something strictly fluid and non-perceivable; more like a transparent, paradoxically iridescent creature rather than an actual person.”

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books0977:

Divine Dance (1908). Pierre Vidal (French, 1849-1913).
A pupil of A. Cadart, Vidal first exhibited at the Salon de Paris in 1874. He was one of the premier chroniclers of Paris in the Belle Epoque. Vidal illustrated texts by writers such as Balzac, Maupassat, Louys, Flaubert and Daudet, either with drawings or original etchings.
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lostinpersona:

L’Amour, l’Après-midi (1972) Dir. Éric Rohmer
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thezainist:

Citroën DS.
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aestatestudio:

Daily inspiration. Learn more about the project www.aestate.be
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buttondownmoda:

Michael Caine 1969
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canona:

Bayeux LXIII on Flickr.
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paris2london:

(via THEFASHIONGUITAR)
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dustjacketattic:

B&B Italia design
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lostbeyondrepair:

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