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newscatgif:

When a reporter calls in sick and I get all those stories thrown at me

newscatgif:

When a reporter calls in sick and I get all those stories thrown at me

departurelane:

Reshape

 

One hanger becomes two through a simple fold, saving space with thoughtful design.

Design: Ivan Zhang

ericadbauman:

This is just…so beautiful. I want to cry.

ericadbauman:

This is just…so beautiful. I want to cry.

stephanie-hans:

A few weeks ago I did a cover for a Gwen Stacy’s death tribute cover.
It’s finally online  ^^

stephanie-hans:

A few weeks ago I did a cover for a Gwen Stacy’s death tribute cover.

It’s finally online  ^^

caseyanthonyofficial:

caseyanthonyofficial:

Dude theres an abbey road camera aimed right at the crosswalk where the beatles did their thing

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And all day all that happens is tourists trying to reenact the famous pose its fucking addicting to watch its the funniest fucking thing. 

http://www.abbeyroad.com/crossing

I’ve been watching this for an hour it’s all I want to do

archiemcphee:

Italian artist Luigi Prina is a retired architect who has spent the last 20 years designing and hand-constructing incredibly beautiful flying ships. Luigi has now created over 200 flying ships, which hang from the ceiling of his studio, turning it into an extraordinary space.

But these exquisite ships don’t need to hang from a ceiling in order to look like they’re flying. Perhaps the most amazing part of this tale is that Luigi’s delicate flying ships can really fly:

"The designs are made out of very thin paper and balsa wood and the propeller is powered by an elastic band that carries the extremely light vehicles—weighing no more than 2 ounces—through the air. Prina is passionate about aviation and literature and combines those two interests into telling beautiful stories with his winged bicycles and boats."

Click here to watch a short video about Luigi and his artwork.

Visit Luigi Prina’s website to view more of his beautiful handmade flying ships.

[via My Modern Metropolis]

sixpenceee:

Sculptures by Cameron Stalheim. He is interested in fantasy, reality and the objectification that happens in between.  His website & More of his art

fer1972:

Nature and Noise: Photography by Anna Marinenko

marvelentertainment:

Go behind the scenes of Marvel’s The Guardians of the Galaxy with this exclusive gallery featuring props and weapons of Starlord, Gamora, Drax and Rocket!

For even more swing over to our gallery on Marvel.com here!

archatlas:

Noel Badges Pugh

A small sampling of the illustrations you will find on this tumblr. Nature, science and architecture inspire this West Coast artist.

Check out this blog!