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By @coriander, on Iconosquare.

Hamma beads were the only thing I would play with as a kid. Hours and hours.
two years ago, today

Starting a new series of posters, because why not?

Another beautiful submission to our “Drawing On The Past” project, this one’s by Mallory Lucille Rose.
She wrote:
“There’s a large age gap between my sisters and I; this print is the bedding from their childhood, and then of course, mine. I’ve always seen my sisters in a golden light - wanting to be more grown up and cool like them. When I moved to San Francisco (grew up), I borrowed this bedding from our parents. I’ve always been a “nostalgic hoarder” for my family and this print reminds me of home, being a child, and wanting to grow up too fast. It more specifically reminds me that I am still a child and the desire to be ‘cool’ like my sisters is the reality I’m living! Life’s funny that way.”
We’re giving away Herschel Supply products to people just for submitting to the project. Wanna join? Full instructions here.



In French, you don’t say “I miss you.” You say “tu me manques,” which is closer to “you are missing from me.” I love that. “You are missing from me.” You are a part of me, you are essential to my being. You are like a limb, or an organ, or blood. I cannot function without you. Unknown (via theantiquated)

(via jasales)