things I like ++ ce que j'aime
08/23/14 @ 10:10
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hikergirl:

(via Granny Square Plush Cat Pattern | MAKE: Craft)

hikergirl:

(via Granny Square Plush Cat Pattern | MAKE: Craft)

08/23/14 @ 10:07
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wetheurban:

DESIGN: IRIS by HYBE 

Interactive installation is grid of transparent LCDs which display halftone and circular patterns whose display can emulate it’s viewers.

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08/21/14 @ 0:01
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Why didn’t I learn to treat everything like it was the last time. My greatest regret was how much I believed in the future.
Jonathan Safran Foer (via observando)
08/19/14 @ 23:08
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tierneyed:

Happy Birthday, Robert Redford!! | (August 18, 1936)

Life is essentially sad. Happiness is sporadic. It comes in moments and that’s it. Extract the blood from every moment.

tierneyed:

Happy Birthday, Robert Redford!! | (August 18, 1936)

Life is essentially sad. Happiness is sporadic. It comes in moments and that’s it. Extract the blood from every moment.

(Source: jacquesdemys)

stasiaburrington:

"Sigh 2," "Sigh 1" and "Sigh 3." Charcoal, ink, watercolor on handmade paper.

08/14/14 @ 0:09
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I saw Twilight - my granddaughter made me watch it, she said it was the greatest vampire film ever. After the ‘film’ was over I wanted to smack her across her head with my shoe, but I do not want a (tell-all) book called Grannie Dearest written on me when I die. So instead I gave her a DVD of Murnau’s 1922 masterpiece Nosferatu and told her, ‘Now that’s a vampire film!’ And that goes for all of you! Watch Nosferatu instead!
The legendary Lauren Bacall (via laviecine)
humansofnewyork:

"The fighting got very bad. When I left Syria to come here, I only had $50. I was almost out of money when I got here. I met a man on the street, who took me home, and gave me food and a place to stay. But I felt so ashamed to be in his home, that I spent 11 hours a day looking for jobs, and only came back to sleep. I finally found a job at a hotel. They worked me 12 hours a day, for 7 days a week. They gave me $400 a month. Now I found a new hotel now that is much better. I work 12 hours per day for $600 a month, and I get one day off. In all my free hours, I work at a school as an English teacher. I work 18 hours per day, every day. And I have not spent any of it. I have not bought even a single T-shirt. I’ve saved 13,000 Euro, which is how much I need to buy fake papers. There is a man I know who can get me to Europe for 13,000. I’m leaving next week. I’m going once more to Syria to say goodbye to my family, then I’m going to leave all this behind. I’m going to try to forget it all. And I’m going to finish my education." (Erbil, Iraq)

humansofnewyork:

"The fighting got very bad. When I left Syria to come here, I only had $50. I was almost out of money when I got here. I met a man on the street, who took me home, and gave me food and a place to stay. But I felt so ashamed to be in his home, that I spent 11 hours a day looking for jobs, and only came back to sleep. I finally found a job at a hotel. They worked me 12 hours a day, for 7 days a week. They gave me $400 a month. Now I found a new hotel now that is much better. I work 12 hours per day for $600 a month, and I get one day off. In all my free hours, I work at a school as an English teacher. I work 18 hours per day, every day. And I have not spent any of it. I have not bought even a single T-shirt. I’ve saved 13,000 Euro, which is how much I need to buy fake papers. There is a man I know who can get me to Europe for 13,000. I’m leaving next week. I’m going once more to Syria to say goodbye to my family, then I’m going to leave all this behind. I’m going to try to forget it all. And I’m going to finish my education." (Erbil, Iraq)

08/04/14 @ 2:37
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Oh well, maybe the only beauty left in cities is in the oil slicks on the road and maybe there isn’t any beauty left in the people who live in these places.
Rita Mae Brown, Rubyfruit Jungle (via observando)
design-is-fine:

Michael Keens, Keen’s Strawberry, 1812. An Account of a new Strawberry, with a colored Figure. Horticultural Society of London. Via RIT Library

design-is-fine:

Michael Keens, Keen’s Strawberry, 1812. An Account of a new Strawberry, with a colored Figure. Horticultural Society of London. Via RIT Library

08/02/14 @ 0:47
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Children are made readers on the laps of their parents.
Emilie Buchwald (via observando)
07/21/14 @ 23:46
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artchipel:

October Jones | on Tumblr - On the train

07/21/14 @ 23:42
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flavorpill:

Yep, it’s Monday.

07/19/14 @ 9:11
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Literature is the most agreeable way of ignoring life.
Fernando Pessoa, The Book of Disquiet (via observando)

design-is-fine:

Rosenthal Donatello set, sugar & milk, 1915-20. Porcelain. Painted by N. J. Lalonde, Overglaze in rectilinear art deco pattern. Germany. Via Goldstein Design Museum

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