Human Organs Formed with Wild Plant Arrangements by Camila Carlow

UK-based, Guatemalan-born artist Camila Carlow was not deterred by the complexity of the human body when she was developing her series Eye Heart Spleen. For the project, she transformed a handful of normally grotesque, bloody organs into an array of greenery and beautiful blossoms.

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HELLLLLO ANNIE CARDI #anniecardi #thechanceyouwontreturn

HELLLLLO ANNIE CARDI #anniecardi #thechanceyouwontreturn

beclaszy:

**FLAWLESS

beclaszy:

**FLAWLESS

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Christina Hendricks for Net-A-Porter’s the edit, photographed by Yalena Yemchuk.

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palegirlinthecity:

"…and if you ever get lonely, just go to the record store* and visit your friends."—Penny Lane, Almost Famous

Or your bookstore! I love getting to see The Chance You Won’t Return on the shelves with so many wonderful YA novels by authors I know and love.

THIS IS MY FAVORITE THING IN THE WORLD

epicreads:

Animated book cover for SIDE EFFECTS MAY VARY by Julie Murphy ( andimjulie)! See more book jacket GIFs here —> 

Eeeee! This makes me so happy! It’s like the whole cover is dancing! BE! OUR! GUEST! 

epicreads:

Animated book cover for SIDE EFFECTS MAY VARY by Julie Murphy ( andimjulie)! See more book jacket GIFs here —>

Eeeee! This makes me so happy! It’s like the whole cover is dancing! BE! OUR! GUEST! 

All set for #wbn14!

All set for #wbn14!

Tags: wbn14

lawrencepubliclibrary:

Looking for a great book? Here are some exciting new releases in YA fiction! 

The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutowski

Check it out if you’re into: epic fantasy without the magic. 

The Story of Owen by E. K. Johnston

Check it out if you’re into: modern day dragon slayers.

16 Things I Thought Were True by Janet Gurtler

Check it out if you’re into: twitter.

Side Effects May Vary by Julie Murphy

Check it out if you’re into: complicated characters facing their own mortality. 

Far From You by Tess Sharpe

Check it out if you’re into: fast-paced and smart mysteries. 

The Chance You Won’t Return by Annie Cardi

Check it out if you’re into: complicated family stories that deal with mental illness. 

Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige

Check it out if you’re into: a funny, dystopian re-imagining of The Wizard of Oz. 

The Here and Now by Anne Brashares

Check it out if you’re into: time travel and romance.

These are just a sampling of the new books in the Teen Zone. We’ve got something for everyone! 

And with some of my favorite peeps!

lovecurvymaven:

Curvy Swim

Growing up, I was never comfortable in my skin. I was 5’10 in 5th grade, towered over everyone, and felt awkward and embarrassed of my body. I’m sure many of you out there have felt the exact same way. Now that I’m older, many of my insecurities have gone away, but until recently I wouldn’t be caught dead in a bikini. Swimsuit shopping has always included me trying desperately to squeeze into the last size 14 one-piece that didn’t have some hideous Hawaiian pattern, or a skirt meant to camouflage my cellulite. Of course, this usually ended in heartbreak and too much emotional eating.

This year however, I am happy to announce that there are more options for the fuller figure than ever before!! Not only did Gabi Gregg of Gabifresh create a line of “Fatkinis” for plus size fashionistas (found here), but a slew of other designers and stores are carrying fashion forward options for us bigger gals. Some of my favorite ones can be found online at Monif C, Rue 107, Forever 21+, and Modcloth.

With all the cute new styles out this year, I decided to bite the bullet and jump into my own bikini (I’ve NEVER in my life worn one). I was nervous to put it on, but now that I have I’m never looking back. Swim season is too much fun to miss out on just because of body-shame or not having the right swimwear. I’m in love with this one that I found at Land’s End. What do you guys think?

| Bikini-Land’s End | Sunglasses-Ray-Ban |

All photos copyright Joy Lengyel Photography

Gorg.