Not so into the Easter part, but that pattern is amazing. The International Art Publishing Co. (New York, Berlin, London). Easter Greetings, ca. 1911. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Jefferson R. Burdick Collection, Gift of Jefferson R. Burdick (Burdick 457, p.5(2)) #spring #easter [Via Pinterest]

Not so into the Easter part, but that pattern is amazing. The International Art Publishing Co. (New York, Berlin, London). Easter Greetings, ca. 1911. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Jefferson R. Burdick Collection, Gift of Jefferson R. Burdick (Burdick 457, p.5(2)) #spring #easter [Via Pinterest]

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Ryo Takemasa [Via Pinterest]

Ryo Takemasa [Via Pinterest]

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"Handpainted Wooden easter eggs DIY" hipster eggs.
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"Handpainted Wooden easter eggs DIY" hipster eggs.

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carefree white girl in a “world” “pattern” sack & jewelry
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carefree white girl in a “world” “pattern” sack & jewelry

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gothic romance paperback art | Lancer Easy Eye Gothic | my love-haunted heart [Via Pinterest]

gothic romance paperback art | Lancer Easy Eye Gothic | my love-haunted heart [Via Pinterest]

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i freakin love these giant map walls, i’m totally doing this one day. [Via Pinterest]

i freakin love these giant map walls, i’m totally doing this one day. [Via Pinterest]

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Wallpaper OZ 3132 by Onszelf [Via Pinterest]

Wallpaper OZ 3132 by Onszelf [Via Pinterest]

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Wallpaper OZ 3108 by Onszelf [Via Pinterest]

Wallpaper OZ 3108 by Onszelf [Via Pinterest]

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Wallpaper OZ 3100 by Onszelf [Via Pinterest]

Wallpaper OZ 3100 by Onszelf [Via Pinterest]

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Another awesome Yemanjá. [Via Pinterest]

Another awesome Yemanjá. [Via Pinterest]

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Goddess of the Ocean and the New Year.  “Iemanjá”  known as “Yemanjá” or “Janaína” in Brazilian Candomblé and Umbanda religions.  And Yemaya” in the folklore of Yoruba and Afro-Caribbean. [Via Pinterest]

Goddess of the Ocean and the New Year. “Iemanjá” known as “Yemanjá” or “Janaína” in Brazilian Candomblé and Umbanda religions. And Yemaya” in the folklore of Yoruba and Afro-Caribbean. [Via Pinterest]

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Untitled by Hannah Clendening [Via Pinterest]

Untitled by Hannah Clendening [Via Pinterest]

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Cacti! [Via Pinterest]

Cacti! [Via Pinterest]

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Bugambilö’s Galatea [Via Pinterest]

Bugambilö’s Galatea [Via Pinterest]

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