itt finally: my new kitchen radio from the past

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.

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Table top by MIT designers ripples when people are nearby

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Enjoy an inmersive virtual tour experience in Marseille by Google.

Graffitis Tour inclueded. 

Zak Ato

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Yohji Black Bucket Hat

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this somehow makes sense to me

#Rich #Mothaf*cker #T-shirt from #Dream.

Save 20% with the discount code MAXDAVIS

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Benoit Jeannet

Titus Andronicus - A More Perfect Union

I will be as harsh as truth and as uncompromising as justice. On this subject, I do not wish to think, or speak, or write with moderation. I am in earnest. I will not equivocate, I will not excuse, I will not retreat a single inch, and I will be heard.

The Best Art Installations At This Year’s Coachella


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Grimshaw unveils “world’s largest airport terminal under one roof” for Istanbul

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i love ugly 2014 spring lookbook

Haha, that is so true, I live in Frankfurt for more than 10 years now and everybody here will hate me now, but actually you have to punch yourself at least twice a day in the face to make sure you’re not getting bored to death:

"Frankfurt, Germany

You know how major cities always have a financial district? And how that financial district is completely empty and dead at night, with everything shuttered? The entire city of Frankfurt is pretty much one big financial district. Sure, it’s one of the world’s largest financial centers, but it’s very sterile and boring, and there isn’t much to do.”

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