thefoxisblack:

A look at Haruki Murakami’s customizable new cover design and an overview of past covers. http://bit.ly/1noTLOp

thefoxisblack:

A look at Haruki Murakami’s customizable new cover design and an overview of past covers. http://bit.ly/1noTLOp

zonkout:

Wendell E. Burnette, Studio Residence, Sunnyslope, Arizona, 1988.

zonkout:

Wendell E. Burnette, Studio Residence, Sunnyslope, Arizona, 1988.

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Stunningly Lifelike Birds Made Entirely From Paper
BY KYLE VANHEMERT

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Stunningly Lifelike Birds Made Entirely From Paper

88floors:

Abandoned Bangkok Shopping Mall Houses Fish Farm

88floors:

Parallels ll by Ben Young

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ephe:

Pouliguen, 2011 by Marcelo Moscheta

ephe:

Pouliguen, 2011 by Marcelo Moscheta

(Source: efedra)

livingpursuit:

Residence Landsowne | Source

livingpursuit:

Residence Landsowne | Source

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thefoxisblack:

Oceanic rocks bursting with color in this photographic series by Inka and Niclas. http://bit.ly/WMnjQO

thefoxisblack:

Oceanic rocks bursting with color in this photographic series by Inka and Niclas. http://bit.ly/WMnjQO

(Source: lonelinessispornography, via workman)

apisonadora60:

TDF 2014, Paris. Stage 21. Kittel vs Kristoff

apisonadora60:

TDF 2014, Paris. Stage 21. Kittel vs Kristoff

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thedapperproject:

Bones

thedapperproject:

Bones

(Source: romanticego1st)

jedavu:

Glazed Clay Sculpture of Water Droplets Falling From the Sky

Tokyo-born artist Naoko Okabe created this striking sculpture called Gift From Above. 

sfmoma:

SubmissionFriday:
Bananas 
Colagge by Francine Alves 

sfmoma:

SubmissionFriday:

Bananas 

Colagge by Francine Alves 

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roomonfiredesign:

Previously occupied by Auguste Perett, one of France’s most celebrated 20th-century architects, this 1930s Paris penthouse now seves as the weekend home of Dutch architect Felix Claus. Claus paid three years worth of rent in advance to gain permission to restore the apartment. Photos: Hotze Eisma.

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