extrarouge:

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books0977:

Songs of Innocence and of Experience. William Blake. Frontispiece. 1794.
This celebrated collection of poetry and illustrations by Blake himself shapes many romantic notions of innocence and its corruption by experience. Blake explores the existential dimensions of childhood naïveté and adult wisdom. Notable for criticizing the corruptions of the church, the state, and the aristocracy, these poems remain thoughtful reflections on youth, perception, and the iniquities of society.
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streetetiquette:

Mad hatter in Harlem • @flamekeepershatclub just opened please go support his shop in Harlem 273 West 121st st • #vscocam
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rootsnbluesfestival:

Lightnin’ Hopkins - That Woman Named Mary

amctv:

You ain’t her. – Elam Ferguson
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banditbloggers:

#horween#omega#banditbloggers

Need this strap.
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poeticasvisuais:

Working at Night | Working with Lucian Freud (2003-11)


David Dawson
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abbensettsstudio:

Made By
 An #abbensetts revisionary principle.
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foxmouth:

Landscapes, 2014 | by Reuben Wu

(via carlparker)

Opaque  by  andbamnan