Bartje The Dutch Farmer Boy

Bartje The Dutch Farmer Boy

A Dutch Icon in a still-life in stone set by Mimi Berlin.Bartje The Dutch Farmer Boy

The boy in the middle is Bartje Bartels. He is a little farmer boy from Drenthe, a province of The Netherlands. He is brought up in a very poor family. Writer Anne de Vries came up with this caracter in 1935 and named his book after him. He wrote two booksabout Bartje. The quote Ik bid niet veur brune bonen” (I don’t pray for brown beans) became well known in The Netherlands after Bartje became a tv series in 1972. The egg on the right is made out of concrete by Bloomingville. The Powercharger on the left is from Kreafunk. Just so you know! Have a nice day! xoxo

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TV Family Portraits with a Staircase

TV Family Portraits with a Staircase

At least, the ones we like the best, glamorous and over the top! AND with the biggest staircases… The Colby’s from Dynasty (1980s) and the Kardashians nowadays. #AwkwardTVFamilies

See more Kardashian x-mas card pictures here/via dailymail / More “Dynasty” images here/via series-80

Telly Savalas

Aristotelis “Telly” Savalas (January 21, 1922 – January 22, 1994) was an American film and television actor and singer, whose career spanned four decades. Best known for playing the title role in the 1970s crime drama Kojak. In this series he played a N.Y police detective named The Kojak, who always had his signature lollipop in his mouth and outed the catchphrase “Who loves ya, baby?” more than once per episode….

TV guide cover (via geocities.) Kojak action figure (via collectorgene) Feel the Velvet, Baby.  Telly Savalas for Black Velvet  1978 (via phasesphrasesphotos)