A selection of photographs of shop fronts in the English town of Shrewsbury taken in 1888 by the amateur photographer and shop owner Joseph Lewis della-Porta. The ten most popular retailers on the Victorian high street were, in descending order, milliners and dressmakers, boot and shoe shops, book sellers, butchers, wine and spirit merchants, fruiterers and greengrocers, corn chandlers (who sold items such as corn, wheat, flour and animal feed), watch and clock makers, confectioners, and opticians.
Have never reblogged something so quick in my goddam life
commission for this lovely person right here of their babe ocs!! -> thelastofthecrazypeople
you said you wanted a sketch in the email (???) but for all that money you sent me i thought it was pretty much worth a billion doodles screamsdfghj
thank you so much for helping out it was a blast drawing them hope i didn’t butcher them too much weep <3
Ok, so I know these OCs since they were “born” and I’m stunned, because you drew them perfectly. You got their characters and the chemistry between them just right and I don’t know what to say, other than “wow”. You just gained a new fangirl *fangirlsquee* ^^ :)