24, RVA. I'm a Photographer and I have two jobs, I watch too much Netflix and read lots of books. This is where I post my randomness.
  • A cat and a good book.

  • dickensesque:

    Classic Lines series by Splinter.

    How lucky am I that my number one and two favourite books ever were included in this series? There aren’t HQ versions out there so when I have time I’ll scan my copy of Great Expectations. It’s absolutely stunning in real life with the artwork extending to the back cover as well. They also have book flaps with details of the book and the author. The inside cover has a famous line from the novel inscribed everywhere. Best thing? These babies retail for under $10.

    (via lovingprideandprejudice)

  • bryanschutmaat:

    iPhone landscapes — lots more at instagram.com/bryanschutmaat and bryan.vsco.co

  • victoriassecret:

    WHAT’S SEXY NOW: A Lingerie Retrospective at FIT

    “The design of lingerie enhances its allure: it strategically reveals, conceals, and highlights the wearer’s form. As French lingerie designer Chantal Thomass observed, ‘The essence and attitude of lingerie is all in suggestion.”

    —Colleen Hill, MFIT curator

    Believe it or not, Victoria’s Secret didn’t invent lingerie (shocking, right?). The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) unlocks the mystery of intimate apparel through the ages in EXPOSED: A History of Lingerie, the Museum at FIT’s latest exhibit.

    Starting with the whaleboned corsets & bustles of European royal courts, the well-edited retrospective takes us on a whirlwind tour of lingerie history: from modest-but-elaborate early-20th century dressing gowns to the modern, unstructured “camiknickers” of the Jazz Age; to the 1950s-Dior petticoats and structured undergarments (very Betty Draper) through the mod/minimalist aesthetic of the 60s, all the way to today’s super-provocative styles. With this exhibit, lingerie proves its enduring power to thrill. (And be sure to keep an eye out for a sexy appearance by yours truly!)

    You can experience the exhibit for yourself at The Museum At FIT through November 15.

  • intooishun:

    Unbound Autonomy by Mat Miler

    (Source: behance.net)

  • Come not between a dragon and his wrath.

    (Source: thorsodinson, via tiptoedynamo)