HareBrain
So this is basically a collection of things I like including fashion, art, women, and all else things that are interesting to me. I like to think of it as a collage of awesome reblogs.
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Just before Simon Miller. 
Just before Simon Miller. 
Just before Simon Miller. 
Just before Simon Miller. 
Just before Simon Miller. 
Just before Simon Miller. 
Just before Simon Miller. 
Just before Simon Miller. 
Just before Simon Miller. 
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c-ornsilk:


Women boxing on a roof, circa 1930s

THIS IS LITERALLY THE RADDEST PHOTO I’VE EVER SEEN
LIKE SHIT
ARE YOU KIDDING
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unionlosangeles:

by N. Lutomin
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artcomesfirst:

Sam (ACF)
By Mambu Bayoh
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design-is-fine:

Alphonse Mucha, advertising poster for JOB, 1896. Paris.
Cigarette rolling papers were the brainchild of Jean Bardou, a baker from Perpignan, patron of the arts and a man with vision in regard to advertising. He commissioned also Jules Chéret, Pal, Leonetto Cappiello, Firmin Bouisset and Toulouse-Lautrec to design posters for his company. Via Swann Galleries.
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1000drawings:

by Howard Tangye
1000drawings:

by Howard Tangye
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flyartproductions:

Niggas have a dinner table in Paris
A dinner table at night (1884), John Singer Sargent / Niggas in Paris, Kanye West & Jay-Z
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likeafieldmouse:

David Sims
likeafieldmouse:

David Sims
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design-is-fine:

Erté / Romain de Tirtoff, Numerals, Zero to Nine, 1968. Lithograph. Via Tate
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Erté / Romain de Tirtoff, Numerals, Zero to Nine, 1968. Lithograph. Via Tate
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Erté / Romain de Tirtoff, Numerals, Zero to Nine, 1968. Lithograph. Via Tate
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Erté / Romain de Tirtoff, Numerals, Zero to Nine, 1968. Lithograph. Via Tate
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Erté / Romain de Tirtoff, Numerals, Zero to Nine, 1968. Lithograph. Via Tate
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Erté / Romain de Tirtoff, Numerals, Zero to Nine, 1968. Lithograph. Via Tate
design-is-fine:

Erté / Romain de Tirtoff, Numerals, Zero to Nine, 1968. Lithograph. Via Tate
design-is-fine:

Erté / Romain de Tirtoff, Numerals, Zero to Nine, 1968. Lithograph. Via Tate
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Erté / Romain de Tirtoff, Numerals, Zero to Nine, 1968. Lithograph. Via Tate
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design-is-fine:

McClelland Barclay, Bodies by Fisher, 1931. Oil on canvas. Artwork for an advertisement. USA. Source