vortexanomaly:

pass it on…

vortexanomaly:

pass it on…

(Source: 4gifs)

nodeulfarmproject:

First render of Farm to Fork Elevation~

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papagenoscage:

Enric MirallesArchery Range, Barcelona
Today I went to the library of the School of Architecture, picked a good chair by a window, gathered a pile of books and had a good time. I’ve always end up getting the El Croquis’ issue of Miralles. I need to get on Amazon and get a copy… if only I had the money.

papagenoscage:

Enric Miralles
Archery Range, Barcelona

Today I went to the library of the School of Architecture, picked a good chair by a window, gathered a pile of books and had a good time. I’ve always end up getting the El Croquis’ issue of Miralles. I need to get on Amazon and get a copy… if only I had the money.

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deepthroatmom:

this the rawest shit i ever seen in my life

deepthroatmom:

this the rawest shit i ever seen in my life

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mymodernmet:

When French illustrator Thomas Lamadieu looks upward, he sees the world differently than most. In his imaginative mind, he perceives the odd formations created by tall buildings as the basis for playful illustrations. To create his Sky Art, the artist first photographs odd perspectives of various urban skylines. He then fills in the strange shapes between building and atmosphere with whimsical drawings in Microsoft Paint.

rincewitch:

all-tsun-and-no-dere:

amischiefofmice:

orfs:

averyterrible:

thisplaceisdespair:

flatluigi:

stormingtheivory:

So can we talk about the absolutely stunning duplicity going on here?

holy shit

ok, why the fuck is the graph upside down. that is incredibly misleading

Because its from the Florida Department of Justice, and they have a mandate here.

for those who have trouble inverting it in their head, ftfy:


this is some of the most blatant twisting of info i have ever seen holy shit

Hahaha incredible
I laugh because it is not an appropriate time to shrieg with rage

lmao

rincewitch:

all-tsun-and-no-dere:

amischiefofmice:

orfs:

averyterrible:

thisplaceisdespair:

flatluigi:

stormingtheivory:

So can we talk about the absolutely stunning duplicity going on here?

holy shit

ok, why the fuck is the graph upside down. that is incredibly misleading

Because its from the Florida Department of Justice, and they have a mandate here.

for those who have trouble inverting it in their head, ftfy:

image

this is some of the most blatant twisting of info i have ever seen holy shit

Hahaha incredible

I laugh because it is not an appropriate time to shrieg with rage

lmao

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selfiekween:

MY MAiN GOAL iS TO BLOW UP AND ACT LiKE i DON’T KNOW NOBODY

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conceptdiagram:

Human Measurements 

conceptdiagram:

Human Measurements 

fabriciomora:

Residence for a Chinese family in Mallorca, Spain - Sergi Sauras

mymodernmet:

Artist Hong Yi, aka Red is always up to something fantastic. For her most recent project, she used chopsticks—a symbol of Chinese culture—as the medium to create a portrait for actor and martial arts master Jackie Chan’s 60th birthday this year. She meticulously tied batches of the 64,000 chopsticks together and strung them in rows to produce Jackie Chan’s likeness. From up close, the portrait is nothing more than a pixelated arrangement of dots. But, from afar, Chan’s smiling face emerges from the wooden sticks as another stunning example of Red’s innovative style.

alabasterparadox:

radglawr:

radglawr:

ohyeeeahman:

spoken-not-written:

WHAT THE HELL IS THIS

I waited 30 seconds for this 3 second video to load and it was worth it.

I AM GOD DAMN DYING

"EEEEEEEEEEEEEEHHHHYOOM"

I HAVE FOUND MY SPIRIT ANIMAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111

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mymodernmet:

Created by Athens-based architect Katerina Kamprani, The Uncomfortable is an ongoing series of useless, impractical, and “deliberately inconvenient” everyday objects. Through her work, Kamprani invites her audience to consider how heavily we rely on the basic functions of everyday things, and she reminds us to be grateful to those clever inventors who designed the practical and convenient items that we use without any trouble.