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FAS-L 101     One-Piece Frock Ad -  April 1918

FAS-L 101 One-Piece Frock Ad - April 1918

Antique Cast Iron Pulley Lamp Vintage by PhotonicStudio on Etsy, $290.00

DIY Kit for Antique Cast Iron or Wood Pulley Lamp - Vintage Industrial Edison Fixture

Half Penny coin - you could get a black jack or fruit salad chewy sweet for one of these.

Half Penny coin - you could get a black jack or fruit salad chewy sweet for one of these.

Industrial Clothing Rack and Double Shelf by CoronaConceptsCo                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Industrial Clothing Rack and Double Shelf - Closet Organizer - Laundry Room Shelf - Clothes Hanger - Rustic

Lady in Red 4-way Bandeau Swimsuit by Carol Wiors Slimsuit™ | Plus Size One Piece Swimsuits | Woman Within

Lady in Red 4-way Bandeau Swimsuit by Carol Wiors Slimsuit™ | Plus Size One Piece Swimsuits | Woman Within

Bounce Script Lettering Quick Tip 1 Brush Pen, 3 Lettering Styles: Medium-to-Advanced Brush Lettering Tutorial — KILEY IN KENTUCKY

1 Brush Pen, 3 Lettering Styles: Medium-to-Advanced Brush Lettering Tutorial

Bounce Script Lettering Quick Tip 1 Brush Pen, 3 Lettering Styles: Medium-to-Advanced Brush Lettering Tutorial — KILEY IN KENTUCKY

Navy Asanoha Hemp Leaf Japanese cotton fabric for by KimonoARTUK, £12.00

Navy Asanoha Japanese cotton fabric

When I moved to Tokyo, more than 3 years ago I was really surprised that upon my walks I encountered so many shops still in business in really old buildings. Differently to Kobe, where the earthquake wiped out a lot of these old downtown houses and shops, in Tokyo they still survive. I chose the best reference pictures from the ones I took during my explorations and decided to make an illustration series of old Tokyo shopfronts.  The, first piece of the series is an meat shop located in the…

When I moved to Tokyo, more than 3 years ago I was really surprised that upon my walks I encountered so many shops still in business in really old buildings. Differently to Kobe, where the earthquake wiped out a lot of these old downtown houses and shops, in Tokyo they still survive. I chose the best reference pictures from the ones I took during my explorations and decided to make an illustration series of old Tokyo shopfronts. The, first piece of the series is an meat shop located in the…

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