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UO Interviews: Joe Cruz - Urban Outfitters - Blog

UO Interviews: Joe Cruz - Urban Outfitters - Blog

Publicité - Illustration - Vêtements - Fashion - Lighthearted Doodles

Publicité - Illustration - Vêtements - Fashion - Lighthearted Doodles

A cocktail in her hand and confetti in her hair.

A cocktail in her hand and confetti in her hair.

idk but based on my observation, this is some kind of symbol that most people are just stereotype with money. The barcode indicated that people are easily saying something that are related with money in any general things, but that's only based on my observation though, lol

idk but based on my observation, this is some kind of symbol that most people are just stereotype with money. The barcode indicated that people are easily saying something that are related with money in any general things, but that's only based on my observation though, lol

22 Crafts with Old Maps and Atlases | InCarto

22 Crafts with Old Maps and Atlases | InCarto

From the Medieval Manuscripts blog post 'A Medieval Menagerie'. Detail of a squirrel eating a nut, Add MS 18852, f. 88v

From the Medieval Manuscripts blog post 'A Medieval Menagerie'. Detail of a squirrel eating a nut, Add MS 18852, f. 88v

Piri Reis Map of Thasos. The Piri Reis map is a world map compiled in 1513 by the Ottoman admiral and cartographer Piri Reis. It used ten Arab sources, four Indian maps sourced from the Portuguese, and one (lost) map of Columbus. (Naval Museum, Istanbul).

Piri Reis Map of Thasos. The Piri Reis map is a world map compiled in 1513 by the Ottoman admiral and cartographer Piri Reis. It used ten Arab sources, four Indian maps sourced from the Portuguese, and one (lost) map of Columbus. (Naval Museum, Istanbul).

Voynich Manuscript ヴォイニッチ手稿 1912年イタリアで発見された古文書。暗号とおぼしき未知の文字で記され、多数の彩色挿し絵が描かれている

Voynich Manuscript ヴォイニッチ手稿 1912年イタリアで発見された古文書。暗号とおぼしき未知の文字で記され、多数の彩色挿し絵が描かれている

Portrait detail from medieval illuminated manuscript - British Library Royal MS 12 F XIII - c 1230-14th century - f16r

Portrait detail from medieval illuminated manuscript - British Library Royal MS 12 F XIII - c 1230-14th century - f16r

The first calligraphy book was written in 1592 by John Scottowe (Wing MS ZW 545 .S431). The book presents a calligraphic alphabet, each letter forming an elaborately decorated initial beginning a moral adage or other text, some in English and some in Latin, each in a different script.

The first calligraphy book was written in 1592 by John Scottowe (Wing MS ZW 545 .S431). The book presents a calligraphic alphabet, each letter forming an elaborately decorated initial beginning a moral adage or other text, some in English and some in Latin, each in a different script.