FLASH & FOOTLE
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FLASH & FOOTLE
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chrisbrinleejr:

My first load test!
 Computer, camera gear, and food aren’t packed, as well as a few misc. items, but so far, feels pretty good!
Super stoked to be carrying the Hyperlite Mountain Gear Southwest 4400 throughout Norway, Iceland, Nepal, and beyond!See how you can be a part of my journey!https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/explore-the-unimaginable/x/4472204
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bewarewolves:

homo-online:








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Beaut! 
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antonio-m:

Captif (Brandenbourg), Martin Van Den Bogaert (Desjardins), Musée du Louvre, Paris
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antonio-m:

Study of a male nude, Jozef Simmler
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asifthisisme:

John Craig  IG : @jonnycbodypiercer
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artsy:

"I use the word experimental to describe my practice but that may be a bit of a misleading term, as I think the word has taken on a different meaning in the context of art."—Tara Donovan
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ancientpeoples:

Gold oktadracham of Ptolemy III Eurgetes 
c.246-221 BC
Hellenistic/Ptolemaic Period
(Source: The Metropolitan Museum)
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lamus-dworski:

Józef Faworski (date of birth unknown, active between 1790-1805) - Polish painter who specialized in traditional portraiture (stylized in accordance to the Polish-Lithuanian Sarmatian tradition). He worked in the Warsaw city, the Masovia, Greater Poland and Łęczyca regions.
Great reference to the late 18th century clothing in Poland.
Sources: [1,2,3,4,5,6]
lamus-dworski:

Józef Faworski (date of birth unknown, active between 1790-1805) - Polish painter who specialized in traditional portraiture (stylized in accordance to the Polish-Lithuanian Sarmatian tradition). He worked in the Warsaw city, the Masovia, Greater Poland and Łęczyca regions.
Great reference to the late 18th century clothing in Poland.
Sources: [1,2,3,4,5,6]
lamus-dworski:

Józef Faworski (date of birth unknown, active between 1790-1805) - Polish painter who specialized in traditional portraiture (stylized in accordance to the Polish-Lithuanian Sarmatian tradition). He worked in the Warsaw city, the Masovia, Greater Poland and Łęczyca regions.
Great reference to the late 18th century clothing in Poland.
Sources: [1,2,3,4,5,6]
lamus-dworski:

Józef Faworski (date of birth unknown, active between 1790-1805) - Polish painter who specialized in traditional portraiture (stylized in accordance to the Polish-Lithuanian Sarmatian tradition). He worked in the Warsaw city, the Masovia, Greater Poland and Łęczyca regions.
Great reference to the late 18th century clothing in Poland.
Sources: [1,2,3,4,5,6]
lamus-dworski:

Józef Faworski (date of birth unknown, active between 1790-1805) - Polish painter who specialized in traditional portraiture (stylized in accordance to the Polish-Lithuanian Sarmatian tradition). He worked in the Warsaw city, the Masovia, Greater Poland and Łęczyca regions.
Great reference to the late 18th century clothing in Poland.
Sources: [1,2,3,4,5,6]
lamus-dworski:

Józef Faworski (date of birth unknown, active between 1790-1805) - Polish painter who specialized in traditional portraiture (stylized in accordance to the Polish-Lithuanian Sarmatian tradition). He worked in the Warsaw city, the Masovia, Greater Poland and Łęczyca regions.
Great reference to the late 18th century clothing in Poland.
Sources: [1,2,3,4,5,6]
lamus-dworski:

Józef Faworski (date of birth unknown, active between 1790-1805) - Polish painter who specialized in traditional portraiture (stylized in accordance to the Polish-Lithuanian Sarmatian tradition). He worked in the Warsaw city, the Masovia, Greater Poland and Łęczyca regions.
Great reference to the late 18th century clothing in Poland.
Sources: [1,2,3,4,5,6]