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Old Sticky Tape Textures Photoshop Brushes

Old Sticky Tape Textures Photoshop Brushes

38 Fantastic Vintage, Old, Clean and Free Paper Textures

38 Fantastic Vintage, Old, Clean and Free Paper Textures

Layers of old wallpaper peeling away to reveal old newspaper underneath.

Layers of old wallpaper peeling away to reveal old newspaper underneath.

Rewriting The Story Of Emotional Abuse. ~The Graceful Life Three- one hurt, two possible perps. Woman with black hands

Rewriting The Story Of Emotional Abuse. ~The Graceful Life Three- one hurt, two possible perps. Woman with black hands

Bad Trouble over the Weekend. Dorothea Lange, 1964. Her ring and cigarette, the creases around her eyes, and the title.

Bad Trouble over the Weekend. Dorothea Lange, 1964. Her ring and cigarette, the creases around her eyes, and the title.

Елена Лисовская Анна Ахматова

Елена Лисовская Анна Ахматова

Она знала, какая цветовая гамма будет актуальна через 100 лет. Натан Альтман. Портрет Анны Ахматовой. 1914г.

Она знала, какая цветовая гамма будет актуальна через 100 лет. Натан Альтман. Портрет Анны Ахматовой. 1914г.

☫ A Veiled Tale ☫ wedding, artistic and couture veil inspiration - Lucia O'Connor-McCarthy Photography.

☫ A Veiled Tale ☫ wedding, artistic and couture veil inspiration - Lucia O'Connor-McCarthy Photography.

Beata Banach Photography model: Desdemona de'Ville, Desdemona de'Ville – avec Desdemona DeVille.

Beata Banach Photography model: Desdemona de'Ville, Desdemona de'Ville – avec Desdemona DeVille.

“Death is the only wise advisor that we have. Whenever you feel, as you always do, that everything is going wrong and you're about to be annihilated, turn to your death and ask if that is so. Your death will tell you that you're wrong; that nothing really matters outside its touch. Your death will tell you, 'I haven't touched you yet.” ― Carlos Castaneda, Journey to Ixtlan (Claudia Wycisk)

“Death is the only wise advisor that we have. Whenever you feel, as you always do, that everything is going wrong and you're about to be annihilated, turn to your death and ask if that is so. Your death will tell you that you're wrong; that nothing really matters outside its touch. Your death will tell you, 'I haven't touched you yet.” ― Carlos Castaneda, Journey to Ixtlan (Claudia Wycisk)