“Women’s hair became so complicated that it took on a whole new vocabulary; even individual curls or sections of curls had names—frivolite, des migraines, i’insurgent, monte la haut, sorti, frelange, flandon, burgoigne, choux, crouche, berger, confident, and many more. (Chignon, for a knot at the back of the head, is about the only word that survives from this once-extensive vocabulary.)” -At Home, Bill Bryson
Laurel. Graphic Design Major, but wants to illustrate as well as animate. Senior. FSU. Feminist.
Loves Art. Cheese. Bjork. Sleater-Kinney. Modest Mouse. Circus Culture. Art History. Graphic Novels. Appalachian Folk. Vermeer. Berkely Breathed. John K., R. Crumb, Arthur Rackham. Alphonse Mucha. Kris Kuksi, Breaking Bad, Mad Men and lurking.