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cutesign:

Clothes hangers, by Veronika Paluchova, were modeled after the night creatures that hang upside down in the dark. The wardrobe or closet are usually dark places perfect for bats to live in. When the hangers are not in use, the bat wings can be folded to save space.

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Animal fun fact: Chinchillas can’t get wet. Their fur retains too much water and will start to grow mold. So they bathe by rolling around in dust.

Chinchilla fun fact: Chinchillas have around 20 hairs per follicle; unlike humans who have 2-3 hairs per follicle. Because their fur is so dense, they cannot get fleas or other parasites. The bugs will suffocate in their fur.

Chinchilla fun fact: Petting one of those awesome little guys feels like touching a motherfucking cloud.

I want one

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jessicapetrova:

soramaruu:

Final Fantasy XV E3 Teaser Trailer

You know, this game.. this game that I’ve been waiting for so long now… I hope it comes out for real. Because it’s about damn time it does.

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earlyfrost:

Yataghan from the Court of Suleyman the Magnificent, c. 1520–1530

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eytancragg:

jennally:

evil-sherlock-holmes:

icantbeliveihaveablog:

Tea Steeper

I need this

image

what a neat idea.

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letsbuildahome-fr:

Giant rubber duck thrills Sydney Harbor    

Sydney Festival’s giant Rubber Duck installation, Darling Harbour, Australia on Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2013. This is the latest incarnation of artist Florentijn Hofman’s famous oversized toy which measures 15m high and 18m wide and has been commissioned especially for this year’s Sydney Festival. Picture: Damian Shaw / EPA

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sketchlock:

ruineshumaines:

For nearly a decade since the late 1970s artist Takanori Aiba worked as a maze illustrator for Japanese fashion magazine POPYE. The following decade he worked as an architect and finally in 2003 decided to merge the two crafts—the design of physical space and the drawing of labyrinths—into these incredibly detailed tiny worlds. Using craft paper, plastic, plaster, acrylic resin, paint and other materials Aiba constructs sprawling miniature communities that wrap around bonsai trees, lighthouses, and amongst the cliffs of nearly vertical islands. I would love to visit every single one of these places, if only I was 6 feet shorter. See more of Aiba’s work here.

Takanori Aiba

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Deep Tea Diver

Found here.

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mothernaturenetwork:

If Hoyoung Lee’s concept printer becomes reality, you’ll never throw away another pencil stub and never buy another ink cartridge. The pencil printer separates the wood from pencils and uses the lead to print documents. There’s even a built-in eraser component that allows you to remove text from a page and reuse the paper, so you’ll be saving money and trees.15 bizarre — but cool — green inventions

mothernaturenetwork:

If Hoyoung Lee’s concept printer becomes reality, you’ll never throw away another pencil stub and never buy another ink cartridge. The pencil printer separates the wood from pencils and uses the lead to print documents. There’s even a built-in eraser component that allows you to remove text from a page and reuse the paper, so you’ll be saving money and trees.
15 bizarre — but cool — green inventions

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ofdarklands:

Miss buttons on your touch screen? Here’s buttons that pop up when you need them.

mukani:

“What if buttons could morph out of the surface of your device? Tactus Technology has developed a new tactile user interface for touchscreen devices that does exactly that. Tactus provides a new dimension to touchscreens by enabling real, physical buttons that rise up from the surface on demand, and then recede back into the screen, leaving a perfectly flat, transparent surface when gone.”

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cooldudecool:

chloeaulait:

CHRIST

Sweet Jesus that is the cutest thing ever

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dustdevilsweptyouaway:

daddysgirlisafuckingmonster: twlboaj: theworksofegan:



Pretty sure I would die from malnutrition. Because of my screwed up priorities.

same

Can I please just have this?

Why do I hear angels singing? What is this balderdash and chicanery?

dustdevilsweptyouaway:

daddysgirlisafuckingmonster: twlboaj: theworksofegan:

Pretty sure I would die from malnutrition. Because of my screwed up priorities.

same

Can I please just have this?

Why do I hear angels singing? What is this balderdash and chicanery?

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Cozy Reading Nooks 

fuckyeahawesomehouses:

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