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Apr 17, 2014

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bikesandgirlsandmacsandstuff:

Viner Pista

bikesandgirlsandmacsandstuff:

Viner Pista


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Apr 17, 2014

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Apr 8, 2014

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short convo with siri :)

short convo with siri :)


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Mar 24, 2014

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ccute-couples:

everything love♥ (source)

ccute-couples:

everything love♥ (source)


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Mar 5, 2014

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type-lover:

The Queen of Estates
by Bryan Tan 


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Mar 5, 2014

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type-lover:

Città di Jesolo
by Andrea Pavan


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Mar 5, 2014

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archatlas:

Schrager Apartment  John Pawson

"Spanning the façade’s twenty-one bays, one long edge of the apartment’s floor plan is left clear, preserving an uninterrupted 
40-metre vista.”

(via monolithos)


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Mar 5, 2014

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scienceisbeauty:

(Beautiful) internal structures of the aquatic animals. Top: tube-snout (Aulorhynchus flavidus).  Middle: butterfly ray (Gymnura crebripunctata). Bottom: scalyhead sculpin (Artedius harringtoni).

Credit: Adam Summers

Source: Amazing Pictures of See-Through Fish (National Geographic)


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Mar 5, 2014

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mymodernmet:

We’re pleased to announce that nine of Visarute Angkatavanich’s elegant portraits of siamese fighting fish are now available as prints and canvases through our art store, My Modern Shop.


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Mar 5, 2014

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newyorker:

A look at this week’s Oscar cover, “Ready for His Closeup,” by Barry Blitt: http://nyr.kr/NrkSxL

newyorker:

A look at this week’s Oscar cover, “Ready for His Closeup,” by Barry Blitt: http://nyr.kr/NrkSxL


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Mar 5, 2014

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annstreetstudio:

Celebrating a new, classic New York with Banana Republic



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Mar 5, 2014

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(Source: luxecafe, via superluxury)


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Mar 5, 2014

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filippoventuriphotography:

Althani’s swagger.

filippoventuriphotography:

Althani’s swagger.

(via superluxury)


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Mar 5, 2014

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fastcompany:

Enough Internet outrage can move mountains, or, in this case, massive butts attached to a building.
“I burst into tears when I saw naked Buddhas climbing over the wall! How come a nation with a thousand-year history has so little respect for its own culture?” the South China Morning Post quoted one Weibo user as saying.

fastcompany:

Enough Internet outrage can move mountains, or, in this case, massive butts attached to a building.

“I burst into tears when I saw naked Buddhas climbing over the wall! How come a nation with a thousand-year history has so little respect for its own culture?” the South China Morning Post quoted one Weibo user as saying.