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Our Story Is Too Big To Ever End - Tadashi Ueda

Our Story Is Too Big To Ever End - Tadashi Ueda

Bureau Mirko Borsche – Schaustelle 2013

Bureau Mirko Borsche – Schaustelle 2013

hicandhoc: Rand Renfrow's If You Got It, You Got It.  I tore the cover of my copy with the tape that bound the group of Space Face Books.

hicandhoc: Rand Renfrow's If You Got It, You Got It. I tore the cover of my copy with the tape that bound the group of Space Face Books.

wallflowermanifesto:  “ Devon Aoki, 1999  by Stephane Marais  ”

wallflowermanifesto: “ Devon Aoki, 1999 by Stephane Marais ”

gustomia:  “Gisele Bundchen in “Basic Instinct”, photographed by Kelly Klen for Vogue UK, May 1998  ”

gustomia: “Gisele Bundchen in “Basic Instinct”, photographed by Kelly Klen for Vogue UK, May 1998 ”

because it's hard to find etching on here : Photo

because it's hard to find etching on here : Photo

troyhistory:  Oh how eye make up has changed over the eras…

troyhistory: Oh how eye make up has changed over the eras…

Shiseido Consumer Magazine "Hanatsubaki", 1972

Shiseido Consumer Magazine "Hanatsubaki", 1972

Japan via Pan Am 1960s.  A vintage 1960s travel poster from the iconic carrier, Pan American World Airways.  A 1961 magazine article identifies her as Hiroko Matsumoto, with the following caption:  “Hiroko Matsumoto, Japan’s best-known model, at home in Tokyo between her regular twice-yearly flights to Paris, where she works for the designer Pierre Cardin. Miss Matsumoto’s simple bobbed hair reflects the modern Japanese girl’s reaction against the elaborate hair styles of the past.” . S)

Japan via Pan Am 1960s. A vintage 1960s travel poster from the iconic carrier, Pan American World Airways. A 1961 magazine article identifies her as Hiroko Matsumoto, with the following caption: “Hiroko Matsumoto, Japan’s best-known model, at home in Tokyo between her regular twice-yearly flights to Paris, where she works for the designer Pierre Cardin. Miss Matsumoto’s simple bobbed hair reflects the modern Japanese girl’s reaction against the elaborate hair styles of the past.” . S)