“In such ugly times, the only true protest is beauty."
- Phil Ochs
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vegandanimal:

watchtheright:

iwasboredsohereiam:

takingshotswithjustinbieber:

freewriterandnaturelover:

eversolightly:

There is a place. Like no place on Earth. A land full of wonder, mystery, and danger!

The Last Bookstore
Los Angeles, California

This place is on my bucket list to visit.

this is the only place i buy books from anymore ((and im going there tomorrow i need some new trashy romance novels)))

cool fact: up on the second floor, 1 book only costs $1. and the amount of cool books up there is endlessssss. so if you have $5 to spend well lucky you

This place looks, like it smells sssoooo gggoooodd

Going.

Please can I go live there?

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escapekit:

 Chromatic Typewriter Prints

Tyree Callahan has recycled (or upcycled, perhaps) a classic 1937 Underwood typewriter by replacing letters with sponges soaked across the spectrum with bright yellows, reds, blues and combinations thereof.

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ohmyasian:

2784. Hang Nga Guesthouse. Also know as the “Crazy House” in Da Lat, Vietnam. The architect, Dang Viet Na designed the hotel with ten unique rooms, each with a different animal theme and funky furniture. Check it out - and if you’re ever in Vietnam, check in!

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martinekenblog:

Personalized Cutting Board - 12x16 - Periodic Table Design

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thekhooll:

Treehouse Community

Finca Bellavista (FBV) is a sustainable treehouse community situated on 600 acres of land in the mountainous South Pacific coastal region of Costa Rica. FBV is the brainchild of Mateo and Erica Hogan, a married couple from Colorado who fell in love with Costa Rica.

kushkomikss:

seibei:

sciencesoup:

Manga Farms

Manga publishing is a huge business, valued at hundreds of millions of dollars worldwide, but what happens when the books are no longer wanted? They’re sent to secondhand bookstores, passed down under they’re tattered and worn, recycled and turned to pulp… But Koshi Kawachi, a Tokyo-based artist whose works often feature water and recycling themes, has come up with a fun and eclectic way to give the old comics a burst of new life. His concept is quite simple: place an old comic upright in a dish in a sunny, airy spot, sprinkle some seeds over it, water them, and wait for sprouts to peek out from between the printed pages. Radishes, buckwheat, broccoli, rocket, basil, and many others will work—and of course, so would any book or comic. You might balk at the idea of sacrificing of a perfectly good book—but you can always use a hated one, perhaps one with a particularly weak storyline that you can (literally) breathe some fresh life into it. Paper is potentially a good fertiliser, and if the nitrogen content of pulp could be boosted and the ink made more environmentally-friendly, then Kawachi’s idea could open up imaginative possibilities for book recycling and indoor farming.

really wanna do this!

An excerpt of Koshi Kawachi’s manga farms was featured in kuš! #8 ‘Allotments’

fatbodypolitics:

likeafieldmouse:

Daniel Gray and Kathleen Starrie - An igloo constructed out of milk cartons filled with colored water and frozen 

I want!

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lander32:

Someone felt fabulous 

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Paul Schmidtberger, Design Flaws of the Human Condition

Paul Schmidtberger, Design Flaws of the Human Condition

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From Gwen Stefani’s music video “Cool”.

From Gwen Stefani’s music video “Cool”.

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