Things I Write At The Beach And Other Places

This is the first day of my life

the4elemelons:

We should fear this guy

the4elemelons:

We should fear this guy

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likeafieldmouse:

Elmgreen & Dragset - Biography (2014)

Anonymous said: What is your ultimate fantasy?

trxsxrms:

fake-suicide-of-genius:

becomingathena:

Financial stability.

This isn’t even a joke for me

liveinthebalance

unconsumption:

Here’s an interesting spin on techno-“wearables.” This student project harvests energy from the body: For instance, “Blood Bridge: designed to tap directly into the action of ulnar artery – the body’s main blood vessel – the pulmonary flow of the heart spins an enclosed wheel to generate electricity.”

This seems more conceptual than practical, but pretty provocative just the same.

More: Naomi Kizhner’s Parasitic Powered Jewelry - Design Milk:

Industrial design graduate student, Naomi Kizhner of Jerusalem’s Hadassah College envisions jewelry one day serving purposes beyond adornment, a three-piece collection connecting and converting the human body into one gigantic battery for biological data feedback.

Energy Addicts’ entomological-styled accessories hints of early David Cronenberg at his best/worst, the jewelry’s macabre beauty furthered by how each piece is worn: sharp pincers and stings pierce skin, establishing an “interface” between body and each bio-electrically powered accessory.

Energy Addicts. from naomi kizhner on Vimeo.

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crocro-ampora:

nottdead:

gratuitoustext:

I only took one picture today. It was beautiful.

oh my godI love you

the spicerack is beautiful

crocro-ampora:

nottdead:

gratuitoustext:

I only took one picture today. It was beautiful.

oh my god
I love you

the spicerack is beautiful

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nosleeprecords:

Spinning that Aviator record on our new U-Turn Audio turntable. 👍👍👍

nosleeprecords:

Spinning that Aviator record on our new U-Turn Audio turntable. 👍👍👍

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foxmouth:

Landscapes, 2014 | by Richard Gaston + Tumblr

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engadget:

NASA researchers use extreme origami to build space solar panels