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tuscanystuff:

I actually really like this ad campaign.

(Source: drawing-interrupted, via spgent)

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constantinevalhouli:

Thank you Vanyaland, for an awesome interview: “Aborigines have ‘songlines’, singing the stories of the land as a way of finding their way. These maps are, perhaps, our songlines. This is a reminder to see a street you’ve walked down countless times with new eyes.” 
http://www.vanyaland.com/2014/07/21/road-runners-boston-music-map-city-soundtracked-lyrical-reference/

constantinevalhouli:

Thank you Vanyaland, for an awesome interview: “Aborigines have ‘songlines’, singing the stories of the land as a way of finding their way. These maps are, perhaps, our songlines. This is a reminder to see a street you’ve walked down countless times with new eyes.”

http://www.vanyaland.com/2014/07/21/road-runners-boston-music-map-city-soundtracked-lyrical-reference/

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brucesterling:

designculturemind:

Tangible Media

MIT’s Tangible Media is coming along nicely,

"Almost like a table of living clay, the inFORM is a surface that three-dimensionally changes shape, allowing users to not only interact with digital content in meatspace, but even hold hands with a person hundreds of miles away. And that’s only the beginning."

*The tie-in with the projection-mapping is especially good.

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constantinevalhouli:

Duran Duran just reblogged our music map. Again.
Duran Duran. (!)

constantinevalhouli:

Duran Duran just reblogged our music map. Again.

Duran Duran. (!)

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mollyfamous:

Think of your thoughts as physical objects. Maybe photographs, or songs, or pages of a book. Now, imagine your mind is physical. Maybe it looks just like you do, or maybe it looks like a faery or a wolf or a tree or a star.
Imagine that when you are thinking, what is actually happening is that…

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yaser85:

#jerash (at آثار جرش)

yaser85:

#jerash (at آثار جرش)

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architecturia:

Most Beautiful Ancie lovely art

architecturia:

Most Beautiful Ancie lovely art

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architecturia:

Abandoned Places You lovely art

architecturia:

Abandoned Places You lovely art

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notoriousrbg:

I had the opportunity to meet RBG as part of a trip to D.C. with one of my law school classes. At the end of our group meeting I asked her if she would mind signing my Notorious RBG shirt and she sweetly obliged. This will be framed and hung in my future office. Thanks, RBG! You’re my hero!

notoriousrbg:

I had the opportunity to meet RBG as part of a trip to D.C. with one of my law school classes. At the end of our group meeting I asked her if she would mind signing my Notorious RBG shirt and she sweetly obliged. This will be framed and hung in my future office. Thanks, RBG! You’re my hero!

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"Start telling the stories that only you can tell, because there’ll always be better writers than you and there’ll always be smarter writers than you. There will always be people who are much better at doing this or doing that— but you are the only you."

— Neil Gaiman (via bleep0bleep)

(Source: maxkirin, via wanderthewood)