Crouching Figure of Atlas Baldassare Tommaso Peruzzi (Italian, Ancaiano 1481–1536 Rome); On verso, annotated in pen and brown ink, by the hand usually identified with the "Borghese Sagredo" album (Zaccaria Sagredo?), "22/ S.R [...]".
"You will bear My Burden until You are back with Me. See if You can fight all the Demons without the strength of a million Lifetimes spent in Death and Suffering. My Pain shall be Your Pain from now on I shall no longer keep a block from that. You shall walk this Earth as crippled as I am."
The world is my muse. Just look around, focus on any one thing and inspiration will come. I am bewildered by all; the strangers I pass on my way to class, the shattered beer bottle outside my dorm, even the couch I am sitting on now. Every thing has a story behind it and I see inspiration as the untold story of anything. As I search for the 'correct' answer, I find myself looking everywhere and so that must be it. Everywhere, everything, and everyone is my muse.
Atlas was the son of the Titan Iapetus & Clymene, He married Pleione who bore the seven sea deities with the name Pleiades Nymphs with the name "Hesperides", also known as the "Daughters of Evening".Unlike his brothers he fought with the other Titans supporting Cronus against Zeus. Due to Cronus's advance age Atlas lead the Titan's in battle. As a result he was singled out by Zeus for a special punishment and made to hold up the world on his back.
bunting is cute and so simple and very vintage, and you can have it in some areas because its not very classical like alex may like, but around some areas map bunting would look so cool. maybe on the outise like with the sign of wedding this way you know to decorate that a bit!