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B <3 J! :P

You are just the sweetest! :D (at Where The Pacsons Are)

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Award for Best Birthday Surprise by Hubby EVER goes to J! :D

I love you so much!
To Infinity and a day! <3<3<3 (at Where The Pacsons Are)

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contemporialist:

Graanmarkt 13 is located in the middle of the city, on a pretty cobbled square lined with tall trees. From the outside it’s another neo-classical residence, with no shop windows or restaurant signs to speak of. It’s only when entering that you discover the poured concrete stairwell and stunning interior architecture by Belgium’s starriest architect Vincent Van Duysen.


Available for short and long term stays, rate is €1,300 per night

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cross-connect:

Joanna Krótka is an illustrator based in Kraków, Poland. Received MFA in Graphic Arts, with specialisation in book design in 2010. Inspired by pretty much everything, but mostly sci-fi (literature and movies), psychedelic pictures, fairy tales and dreams. Goal right now: make and publish full-lenght comic book of her own.

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luxuryaccommodations:

Urban Cowboy B&B - Brooklyn, NY, USA

Situated in Brooklyn’s trendy Williamsburg neighborhood, Urban Cowboy is a typical townhouse turned fashionable western-themed Bed and Breakfast. A project of Lyon Porter, the property combines luxury with country charm and hospitality to create a peaceful and sophisticated environment. It consists of a charming freestanding cabin with private porch and hot tub, and 4 individually crafted suites with interiors that blend industrial design with American Western aesthetics and artistic creativity.

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ala-russe:

Angel Ulyanov by Maxim Gizatullin

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fastcompany:

These Forests Of Light Are Projected On Famous Buildings, And You’re In The Picture

Planned for the big United Nations climate conference in Paris next year, Naziha Mestaoui’s “forests of light” show is really two light shows in one. The first is the public show on the buildings and monuments, which will be made up of trees generated in 3-D. The second is the image of the show on mobile phones, augmented with “unique virtual trees” attuned to each viewer’s heartbeat.

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Mutant Recycled Tyre Sculptures By Yong Ho Ji

Korean artist Yong Ho Ji recycles old tires and turns them into incredible works of art. From animals to humans and even animal/human hybrids these tire sculptures are truly amazing, which he dubs “Mutant Mythos”

Most of these sculptures are life sized or larger.

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mansexfashion:

Photography: Jam Sutton

Man+Sex=Fashion

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design-is-fine:

Paul Evans, Armoire Cabinet Argente, 1970. Steel, color pigments. Read more: New York Times. 

From Paul Evans, Crossing Boundaries and Crafting Modernism by Constance Kimmerle. Arnoldsche Art Publishers.

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littlelimpstiff14u2:

Wonderful Paper Sculptures of Birds by DIANA BELTRAN HERRERA

DIANA BELTRAN HERRERA (b. 1987, Colombia) is a designer and artist that has been working over the past years with paper as the primary medium in the production of her work. After graduating from her BA degree in industrial Design at the Jorge Tadeo Lozano University in 2010, Herrera realized that she wasn’t interested in pursuing a design practice as a life career, as she was more interested in the theories of understanding of nature and material as an element that exist around us and is present in an everyday routine. For Herrera, there is a considerable distance in the relationship between human and nature, and throughout her work, she aims to repair this relation by producing elements that are constantly removed, altered and forgotten. Her work is presented as a resistance where those sculptures remain in an ideal state and act like a model of representation of a reality that doesn’t suffer any change.

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mansexfashion:

Photography:  Marco Ovando

Models: Char DeFrancesco and Chris Marchant

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Happy Birthday Gorgeous!
I love you my Baby Leeloo! ;D

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contemporialist:

Tangier oasis of Bruno Frisoni and his partner Hervé Van der Straeten. When Frisoni, the creative director behind the Roger Vivier shoes and accessories brand, first spotted the property that would become their Moroccan getaway, it was structured in the the classic Arabic style – “turned claustrophobically in on itself” – with narrow rooms focused around small interior courtyards. It also had a rather unfortunate second staircase (since removed) which blocked views in all directions. Existing obstacles aside, the partners threw caution to the wind and dove in. After all, combining Frisoni’s creative talents with an artist and designer of Van Der Straeten’s caliber, it seems this apartment could be destined for nothing less than greatness.

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creatingaquietmind:

It’s a love me extra kind of day

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