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10/18/2014 - 502 notes
nyctaeus:

Ad Reinhardt, from ‘How to Look at Art, Arts & Architecture’ (1946)

nyctaeus:

Ad Reinhardt, from ‘How to Look at Art, Arts & Architecture’ (1946)

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10/18/2014 - 6,675 notes

"I hope you have the courage to pursue someone who is worth pursuing, and not someone who is convenient. Convenience is impatience disguised as your desires, you are worth more than what time has told you, you are worthy of finding someone who will wait for you; don’t settle for what is easy, settle for what is good."

T.B. LaBerge // Go Now  (via modernhepburn)

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10/15/2014 - 48,751 notes
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paris2london:

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10/12/2014 - 218 notes

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10/11/2014 - 37 notes
mattymattcreative:

I attended Savannah’s Revival Fest not knowing any of the bands that were performing, but I had a ton of fun and enjoyed some great music. When Family and Friends came on stage I instantly fell in love with them, their genuine enthusiasm captured the entire venue, and their performance was simply incredible. Since the music fest I can’t seem to stop listening to them; I encourage you to check them out!

mattymattcreative:

I attended Savannah’s Revival Fest not knowing any of the bands that were performing, but I had a ton of fun and enjoyed some great music. When Family and Friends came on stage I instantly fell in love with them, their genuine enthusiasm captured the entire venue, and their performance was simply incredible. Since the music fest I can’t seem to stop listening to them; I encourage you to check them out!

10/9/2014 - 9 notes
medverf:

12090706a by H.H.Huang on Flickr.
H.H. Huang

medverf:

12090706a by H.H.Huang on Flickr.

H.H. Huang

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10/7/2014 - 158 notes

nevver:

Embroidery, Anatomically correct

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10/7/2014 - 1,639 notes
tinyhousedarling:

Wood and Metal Oval Bed

My professor’s Brother-In-Law designed this, it’s called the rocking bed. The story surrounding how this came about is pretty interesting, which involved re-purposed materials, lawsuits, and a last-minute investor.

tinyhousedarling:

Wood and Metal Oval Bed

My professor’s Brother-In-Law designed this, it’s called the rocking bed. The story surrounding how this came about is pretty interesting, which involved re-purposed materials, lawsuits, and a last-minute investor.

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10/5/2014 - 343 notes