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elle-emeno-pee:

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nock-nock-nock:

妄想工作所

  • きんめちゃん
  • ほっケース
  • アジなケース
  • サンマさん

FEN

i loVE THIS SO MUCH

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fairytalesfor20somethings:

Um, can authors get automatic invites to beautiful/delicious moments such as these?
Jul 1, 2014 / 2,349 notes

fairytalesfor20somethings:

Um, can authors get automatic invites to beautiful/delicious moments such as these?


Lovers by Giulia Bersani
Jun 20, 2014 / 2,252 notes

Lovers by Giulia Bersani

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Jun 17, 2014 / 2 notes

yekishao:

Zena Assi is a Lebanese artist that produces great art work. Her paintings are really good and she adds to that by being a really cool person.
For her exhibition she wanted an animation that introduces some of her paintings;
With Amandine Brenas as coordinator I brought to life some paintings and designed the sound, giving it even more depth. Nice project.

creativehouses:

Spa-like jacuzzi tub in Brazil
Jun 17, 2014 / 850 notes

creativehouses:

Spa-like jacuzzi tub in Brazil

Jun 16, 2014

hackettupandhowe said: Hi! about that Alan Parson's photoset, he did just do the shorter "hits" pretty much at the Epcot shows since it was split into three 30 minute sets of which he repeated the same set only changing 1 or 2 songs in each one, but I saw him earlier in the year doing a full show and he did everything, incl the full version of turn of a friendly card, my favorite. (I'll post a pic of the setlist I was lucky enough to get him to sign from this show too soon as I find it again.) All Great shows! Thx!

Thank you very much !! I hope I get to meet him too

thefiveanddiamond:

#5Dinspiration - Feeding polar bears from a tank, 50s’ #retro #polarbearsforever (at Inspiration)
Jun 14, 2014 / 2 notes

thefiveanddiamond:

#5Dinspiration - Feeding polar bears from a tank, 50s’ #retro #polarbearsforever (at Inspiration)

Jun 13, 2014 / 127 notes

bobbycaputo:

Baobab, Tree of Generations | Elaine Ling

Few humans ever see these amazing trees in real life. Their natural environments are hot, dry and hostile, yet the Baobab tree is one of the few plants that can exist and thrive under such harsh circumstances. To survive long periods of drought, their massive trunks can store as much as 26,000 gallons of water to keep the tree alive.

In some of the most arid and infertile regions of Africa, Madagascar, and Australia the Baobab tree grows to enormous size. These giants are one of the largest living things on the planet and have a potential lifespan of more than a thousand years (one is at least 1,250 years old). They are great friends to their human neighbors—providing an ever-renewing resource for textiles, netting, baskets and roofing. Their nutritious fruit has many medicinal properties.

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