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Selkies are said to live as seals in the sea but shed their skin to become human on land. The legend is common in Orkney and Shetland. Male selkies are described as being very handsome in their human form, and having great seductive powers over human women. They typically seek married women waiting for their fishermen husbands. Female selkies can be 'caught' and married in human form by hiding their seal skins, but if she finds her skin she will immediately return to her true home. <:((((><(

Seal/Woman limited edition cyanotype original by HileyRemarkable in Etsy

repeated pattern similar to molecular structures. Keeping with the natural structure theme. natural colours/materials used in cultural designs/pattern

Tribes are very important in Africa, and go back hundreds of years in their history. It is common for tribes to have different clothing and painting on them, here is a picture of just one example.

Robert Rauschenberg. “Centennial Certificate”, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1969.“Treasury of the conscience of man. Masterworks collected, protected and celebrated commonly. Timeless in concept the museum amasses to concertise a moment of pride serving to defend the dreams and ideals apolitically of mankind aware and responsive to the changes, needs and complexities of current life while keeping history and love alive.”

“Centennial Certificate”, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, “Treasury of the conscience of man. Masterworks collected, protected and celebrated commonly.

"Etruria" Florentine Minchiate deck, 97 cards, facsimile edition published by Il Meneghello, Milan, Italy, 1986 & 1994. Another edition was published by Lo Scarabeo in 1996. A stamp with the text 'CARTE DI ETRURIA' appears on trump number XXX 'Cancer', hence the name "Minchiate Etruria" used for this facsimile edition.

"Etruria" Florentine Minchiate deck, 97 cards, facsimile edition published by…

Linen embroidered man's nightcap, English, about 1600-1620, Material(s): linen, silk, silver-gilt; Size: 180 mm x 180 mm x 180 mm, Glasgow Museums

Linen embroidered man's nightcap, English, about 1600 - Glasgow Museum</br> © CSG CIC

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Bees do wonderful work for us Bee art, bee prints, bee, bees. "If bees disappeared from the earth, man would have four years to live" -Einstein

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