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theparisreview:

“The graves registration people put him in a mattress cover Service Battery had used that morning to bring up bread in. It shocked us. I remember, but we found out later that was the standard way to do it: s.o.p., it was called, standard operating procedure. There were a lot of little trick names and initials for things those days.”
—Hughes Rudd, from “A Bankrupt.” Illustration: George Thompson.
Sep 20, 2014 / 110 notes

theparisreview:

“The graves registration people put him in a mattress cover Service Battery had used that morning to bring up bread in. It shocked us. I remember, but we found out later that was the standard way to do it: s.o.p., it was called, standard operating procedure. There were a lot of little trick names and initials for things those days.”

Hughes Rudd, from “A Bankrupt.” Illustration: George Thompson.

darkbeautymag:

Photographer/Concept/Stylist: Ian BerghammerMakeup: Tricia BerghammerModel: Rant
Sep 19, 2014 / 365 notes

darkbeautymag:

Photographer/Concept/Stylist: Ian Berghammer
Makeup: Tricia Berghammer
Model: Rant

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stormtrooperfashion:

Alana Zimmer by Erik Madigan Heck for Numéro, September 2014
Sep 19, 2014 / 108 notes

stormtrooperfashion:

Alana Zimmer by Erik Madigan Heck for Numéro, September 2014

pscrim:

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omniastudios:

Celestial Lunar Oracle ring with deeply antiqued sterling silver, white topaz accent.

www.omniaoddities.com

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confectionerybliss:

Chocolate Beehive and Rose Flower Cupcakes | Sugary Winzy
Sep 15, 2014 / 484 notes
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tastefullyoffensive:

Celebrity Magazine Covers Seamlessly Blended With Classic Paintings

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theparisreview:

“The thing about burial is that unless you can convince the earth to do the work of decomposition for you, what’s put underground usually stays there.”
Angela Serratore on the well on Spring Street, America’s first great murder trial, and the mark it left on New York.
Sep 15, 2014 / 88 notes

theparisreview:

“The thing about burial is that unless you can convince the earth to do the work of decomposition for you, what’s put underground usually stays there.”

Angela Serratore on the well on Spring Street, America’s first great murder trial, and the mark it left on New York.