1 hour ago
I need this
Shady Illusion Lamp
This lamp made ​​by Yoy, has the distinction of being a lamp trompe l’oeil: when lit, the shadow of a shade appears on the wall. Thanks to LED technology placed in the lamp head, it seems to have a lampshade when she is naked. A true creation to discover below.
http://www.fubiz.net/2014/04/22/shady-illusion-lamp/

I need this

Shady Illusion Lamp

This lamp made ​​by Yoy, has the distinction of being a lamp trompe l’oeil: when lit, the shadow of a shade appears on the wall. Thanks to LED technology placed in the lamp head, it seems to have a lampshade when she is naked. A true creation to discover below.

http://www.fubiz.net/2014/04/22/shady-illusion-lamp/

22 hours ago
visual corn-poetry
brockdavis:

popcorn rain cloud #popcorn #rain #popcornraincloud

visual corn-poetry

brockdavis:

popcorn rain cloud #popcorn #rain #popcornraincloud

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its possible!!!

can I have this? music + fire

1 day ago

love the planet, love the animals #earthday

(Source: imran-suleiman)

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no sabía qué hacer con mis cassettes viejos… algun escultor que me ayude?

fer1972:

A Skeleton and Skulls made of Cassettes by Brian Dettmer

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Happy Earth Day #EarthDay #DiadelaTierra
maritzademon:

white shit
©MaritzaDemon

Happy Earth Day #EarthDay #DiadelaTierra

maritzademon:

white shit

©MaritzaDemon

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5 days ago
full album here: http://500px.com/maritzademon

maritzademon:

sorry, I havent post in a while…

full album here: http://500px.com/maritzademon

maritzademon:

sorry, I havent post in a while…

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6 days ago
“The Ice Typography” series by Nicole Dextras, a Canadian environmental artist, gathers some 3D words in ice that the artist has made thanks to wooden splints. From the city of Toronto to the Yukon river, these poetic installations show the words as ephemeral and in perpetual evolution.
more: http://www.fubiz.net/2014/03/25/ice-typography-by-nicole-dextras/
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“The Ice Typography” series by Nicole Dextras, a Canadian environmental artist, gathers some 3D words in ice that the artist has made thanks to wooden splints. From the city of Toronto to the Yukon river, these poetic installations show the words as ephemeral and in perpetual evolution.

more: http://www.fubiz.net/2014/03/25/ice-typography-by-nicole-dextras/

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