Penelope, please.
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Penelope, please.
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victoriawhatisyoursecret:

Beauty insta @victoriawhatisyoursecret
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littlealienproducts:

90s bubble gum pink Dr Martens // $123
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gameraboy:

Cowboy Bebop, “Honky Tonk Women”
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a tribute to my stretch marks (x)
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Album Art
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prcrstln:

buscemifish
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wildflower-collective:

"T(ex)ting"Lora Mathis & Kasey ReinboldAugust 2014

It’s over.
All that remains in place of a relationship gone sour is a collection of hurt feelings and angry text messages.
Things you couldn’t have said in person. Things you probably shouldn’t have said from behind a keyboard. 
T(ex)ting is a series that explores how the termination of a relationship interrupts routine, and how technology’s capacity to convert the emotional to the tangible (in the form of archived text messages) can prolong the healing process that follows a break-up.

Graphics by Kasey ReinboldPhotos by Lora MathisConcept / Art Direction by Lora & Kasey
wildflower-collective:

"T(ex)ting"Lora Mathis & Kasey ReinboldAugust 2014

It’s over.
All that remains in place of a relationship gone sour is a collection of hurt feelings and angry text messages.
Things you couldn’t have said in person. Things you probably shouldn’t have said from behind a keyboard. 
T(ex)ting is a series that explores how the termination of a relationship interrupts routine, and how technology’s capacity to convert the emotional to the tangible (in the form of archived text messages) can prolong the healing process that follows a break-up.

Graphics by Kasey ReinboldPhotos by Lora MathisConcept / Art Direction by Lora & Kasey
wildflower-collective:

"T(ex)ting"Lora Mathis & Kasey ReinboldAugust 2014

It’s over.
All that remains in place of a relationship gone sour is a collection of hurt feelings and angry text messages.
Things you couldn’t have said in person. Things you probably shouldn’t have said from behind a keyboard. 
T(ex)ting is a series that explores how the termination of a relationship interrupts routine, and how technology’s capacity to convert the emotional to the tangible (in the form of archived text messages) can prolong the healing process that follows a break-up.

Graphics by Kasey ReinboldPhotos by Lora MathisConcept / Art Direction by Lora & Kasey
wildflower-collective:

"T(ex)ting"Lora Mathis & Kasey ReinboldAugust 2014

It’s over.
All that remains in place of a relationship gone sour is a collection of hurt feelings and angry text messages.
Things you couldn’t have said in person. Things you probably shouldn’t have said from behind a keyboard. 
T(ex)ting is a series that explores how the termination of a relationship interrupts routine, and how technology’s capacity to convert the emotional to the tangible (in the form of archived text messages) can prolong the healing process that follows a break-up.

Graphics by Kasey ReinboldPhotos by Lora MathisConcept / Art Direction by Lora & Kasey
wildflower-collective:

"T(ex)ting"Lora Mathis & Kasey ReinboldAugust 2014

It’s over.
All that remains in place of a relationship gone sour is a collection of hurt feelings and angry text messages.
Things you couldn’t have said in person. Things you probably shouldn’t have said from behind a keyboard. 
T(ex)ting is a series that explores how the termination of a relationship interrupts routine, and how technology’s capacity to convert the emotional to the tangible (in the form of archived text messages) can prolong the healing process that follows a break-up.

Graphics by Kasey ReinboldPhotos by Lora MathisConcept / Art Direction by Lora & Kasey
wildflower-collective:

"T(ex)ting"Lora Mathis & Kasey ReinboldAugust 2014

It’s over.
All that remains in place of a relationship gone sour is a collection of hurt feelings and angry text messages.
Things you couldn’t have said in person. Things you probably shouldn’t have said from behind a keyboard. 
T(ex)ting is a series that explores how the termination of a relationship interrupts routine, and how technology’s capacity to convert the emotional to the tangible (in the form of archived text messages) can prolong the healing process that follows a break-up.

Graphics by Kasey ReinboldPhotos by Lora MathisConcept / Art Direction by Lora & Kasey
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