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Prince Randian (1871-1934) Born in British Guyana, Randian was discovered by P.T. Barnum in 1889, and he toured American sideshows in the 1930s as the Living Torso, “the human caterpillar who crawls on his belly like a reptile.” In reality Randian could shave, write, paint, and roll cigarettes unaided. He spoke English, German, French, and Hindi and was reportedly a skilled carpenter, joking that he would someday build his own house. He married and fathered four children and lived to age 63

Prince Randian Born in British Guyana, Randian was discovered by P. Barnum in and he toured American sideshows in the as the Living Torso, “the human caterpillar who crawls on his belly like a reptile.

The dominance of concrete makes this child’s room unusual. We love how the wooden furniture warms the space up. From ‘Rock Star’, a story on page 182 of Vogue Living May/June Photograph by Thomas Loof.

illustration by Mercedes deBellard

Amazing portrait illustrations by Mercedes deBellard. Born in Mercedes is an illustrator based in Granada, Spain. Most of her work focused on fashion illustration and children illustration.

Love this look for a boy nursery

Boy's nursery - Love love LOVE this room. The colors, the theme, the chalkboard message. ❤❤❤ and the link has some other really cute ideas for boy rooms