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euroaficionado:

 Wow. 

Sick six.

(Source: stanceworks.com)

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aatombomb:

I’m just pretty some of the time.

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thecultureengine:

Volvo 3CC

thecultureengine:

Volvo 3CC

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offscreenmag:

Happy launch day, everyone! Issue No8 is now available for purchase.

An email with more details just went out to all readers (spam folder?). If you are a subscriber, you can check your subscription status here.

Shipping will start this Friday and extends all the way to Monday (see shipping times).

With close to 50,000 words, it’s probably our densest issue yet. And again, I’m really stoked about the exceptional line-up of individuals who share their experience with technology, the web and the community behind them. I’m also proud to say that this issue includes the most diverse group of contributors so far, featuring personal stories from underrepresented places like Rwanda, Syria and the Bahamas.

Be quick, get your order in today to be included in our first mail-out this Friday!

Good yes, wait I shall.

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dvint1:

‘Blind (Frankie Knuckles Remix)’ by Hercules & Love AffairThanks Cam, great tune!!

C H O O N ! ! ! 

dvint1:

‘Blind (Frankie Knuckles Remix)’ by Hercules & Love Affair
Thanks Cam, great tune!!

C H O O N ! ! ! 

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imageoscillite:

We’re always up for some good skateboarding videos.

Thrasher and Visualtraveling shot much of this one in Iran, where skateboarding is largely unknown. The crew also skates through Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey. 

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dreammason:

unreliable-external:

Sparks- Never Turn Your Back On Mother Earth. 

 Good advice on Earth day….

Perfect.

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brighter-suns:

50watts:

I scanned some R. A. Lafferty paperbacks for Writers No One Reads. The cover art for Nine Hundred Grandmothers is by Leo & Diane Dillon.

Sublime cover art for R. A Lafferty

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“A designer’s work is not only about how the things look, but also their behaviors in response to interaction, and the adjustments they make between their fixed states. In fact, designing the way elements adapt and morph in the in-between moments is half of your work as a designer. You’re crafting the interstitials.”
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ianbroyles:

I don’t want Tumblr to fade from my life but it’s happening. Not enough of my friends use it anymore to be compelling daily compared to Instagram and Twitter.

Also, I’m old. Tumblr stays young.

Ach. I am the opposite, my main problem is keeping up and the timesink.

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devidsketchbook:

EITERQUELLEN BY STEFAN FURTBAUER

Photography by Stefan Fürtbauer - "…is an ongoing project about Viennese Diners and the little different Viennese fast-food culture. Most of the time these diners are isolated islands of food supply in an ancient surrounding with a dash of cultural heritage. Isolated both in the sense of appearance as well as in the sense of resisting against global operating fast-food chains. But the ‘improper’ and modern their architecture may appear, the much heritage there is behind the scenes. Viennese wurstel diners have been introduced during the Austro-Hungarian "K.u.K." Monarchy around 1870 to provide a safe income for wounded war veterans. Since then they became an essential part of the urban culture not by only supplying snacks but also being a meeting spot of the distinctive Viennese working class and the high society, too."

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