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Siemanko. My name's Iga. I'm 19-year-old girl from Poland (it's that poor, grey country in Middle Europe where everyone's sad and dirty). My blog contains all things I love or things that inspire me. If you're prepared for LOTS of pictures of David Sylvian or Rob Smith then welcome and enjoy ♥


Mirror of Famous Women of Japan (Honchō Meifu Kagami)

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, Japanese, 1839 - 1892. Published by Arakawa Tōbei; 9 banchi 2 chōme, Bakuro-chō, Nihonbashi-ku, Tokyo.

Meiji Period (1868-1912)

1880 (published 1883)

Color woodcut (triptych)

Philadelphia Museum of Art

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I know, everyone has seen these a hundred times now in different cute scenes. I photograph this deck in scenes the way most people do their children :p However, this time is to announce that we have a new card style for the deck. Through trial and error and listening to reviews of the deck we made a few changes. These changes are:

They’re now pretty much classic tarot decks. They’re standard tarot size so they’re a pinch longer on a thicker card-stock that is traditional weight for standard playing cards. They have rounded corners and a very nice semi gloss finish -so they shuffle very easily and are better for everyday use. They still come in the sheer, drawstring pouch in a labeled tin with silk flowers as our last added touch. We were able to buy them a bit more in bulk so we didn’t have to raise the price -which we warned we might.

I do have some of our original decks set aside for individuals who inquired about them but we’re really happy with these so they’ll become our standard. I can’t thank people enough for reblogging them, nabbing them, and making them so successful! And as I always end with, you can nab your own deck here! :)

Oooh! The original printing of the deck is lovely, but a version on a heavier card stock with rounded corners will make it a skosh more practical to use!

(Onto the wishlist it goes!)



A boy in the bush is worth two in the hand

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India’s Incredibly Powerful “Abused Goddesses” Campaign Condemns Domestic Violence.

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