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nomanwalksalone:

WEARING A COLLARED SHIRT WITHOUT A TIE
by David Isle
The most important part of an outfit is the part nearest to the face. In a coat-and-tie outfit, the shirt collar, lapels, and tie knot together form an arrow that direct attention to the face. 
As ties have become less common, men are faced more and more with the prospect of wearing a collared shirt open-necked. This putative simplification presents its own problems, which you can observe in the picture below, or on the neck of the majority of men walking the streets of any downtown in America.

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nomanwalksalone:

WEARING A COLLARED SHIRT WITHOUT A TIE

by David Isle

The most important part of an outfit is the part nearest to the face. In a coat-and-tie outfit, the shirt collar, lapels, and tie knot together form an arrow that direct attention to the face. 

As ties have become less common, men are faced more and more with the prospect of wearing a collared shirt open-necked. This putative simplification presents its own problems, which you can observe in the picture below, or on the neck of the majority of men walking the streets of any downtown in America.

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Selfie with students #vscocam (at Joensuu Areena)
ancientpeoples:

Faience feeding cup 
This cup was used to feed babies and infants. The decoration on the sides are the same as those on magical wands, used for the protection of the child. From left to right: the goddess Taweret, a griffin, a snake, a lion and a turtle. 
Found in Lisht, the Memphis area, found in the west corner of the pyramid cemetery 
Egyptian, Middle Kingdom, 12th dynasty, 1850 - 1700 BC.
Source: Metropolitan Museum

ancientpeoples:

Faience feeding cup 

This cup was used to feed babies and infants. The decoration on the sides are the same as those on magical wands, used for the protection of the child. From left to right: the goddess Taweret, a griffin, a snake, a lion and a turtle. 

Found in Lisht, the Memphis area, found in the west corner of the pyramid cemetery 

Egyptian, Middle Kingdom, 12th dynasty, 1850 - 1700 BC.

Source: Metropolitan Museum

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murakamistuff:

Murakami Stuff

murakamistuff:

Murakami Stuff

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Most beautiful Tumblr post! 

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Blue dot

kokoroharu:

Still Life

(Source: vimeo.com)