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  3. asylum-art:

    Origami Faces by Aldo Tolino

    Focus on Austrian artist Aldo Tolino and his series “Past Futur Perfekt” in which he has fun destroying and deconstructing faces and portraits by folding the photo’s paper. It gives transfigured, bizarre and sometimes funny faces. A selection of his series is available in the next part of the article.

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  4. prettycolors:

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  5. 1337tattoos:

    Fraktal Studio

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  6. saschaisking:

    wickedclothes:

    No Pants Are The Best Pants T-Shirt

    Life is much easier without pants. Get the message across with this t-shirt. Sold on Etsy.

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  8. crossconnectmag:

    Lutz Wagner aka Moto Waganari born 1967 in Germany, creates transparent network-sculptures which outline a delicate body frame. By illuminating his sculptures the artists multiplies his three dimensional objects by a two dimensional shadow revealing the immaterial alter ego of every figure. His characters seem to visualize a surreal, parallel world filled with surprise and enigma. Moto Waganari’s sculptures seduce the spectator with their appealing beauty and sophisticated weightlessness / via Hollis Taggart Galleries

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  9. Edward Scissorhands, 1990

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  11. mellow-hieghts:

    yungbussy:

    THIS is feminism

    Need a bad bitch like this in my life.

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  14. ryanpanos:

    WikiHouse Unveils World’s First Two-Storey Open-Source House at London Design Festival | Via

    WikiHouse, the open-source platform for designing and sharing house designs that anyone can be manufacture and assemble in days with no construction skills, has unveiled ‘ 4.0′ their first ever two-storey design at this year’s London Design Festival. Built by a team of volunteers and costing less than £50,000, the new prototype on display at The Building Centre also demonstrates the possibilities of other open source systems, with the code for the electrics, ventilation system and sensors all available on open-source platforms.

    The prototype aims to educate visitors to the London Design Festival about how the WikiHouse works, with the interior layers of the building being exposed in places to show how the CNC-manufactured timber structure fits together, and how it becomes air-tight and waterproof through the use of Tyvek waterproofing and Equitone fibre cement cladding. The building also invites people to explore the rooftop terrace, the first time that a WikiHouse construction has incorporated a second storey.

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