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nevver:

365 Days of Hand Lettering
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littlecraziness:

(via Gotye duck)
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nevver:

Don’t be Skinny!

Haha
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littlecraziness:

(via KRISTEN FROM GLITTER ‘N GLUE | The Skinny Blog | Latest Fashion News & Style Updates from Forever 21)
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prettycraftythings:

from Lulus
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Pretty much my day today

thedailywhat:

Posted Without Comment of the Day: Redditor fluffypotatoes says: “My son has a long to do list today!”
[biotv]
Pretty much my day today

thedailywhat:

Posted Without Comment of the Day: Redditor fluffypotatoes says: “My son has a long to do list today!”

[biotv]

(Source: thedailywhat)

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unconsumption:

Hundreds of plastic bottles — partially filled with colored water — have a new life as the cover of a parking canopy.
Designer Garth Britzman, of Lincoln, Nebraska, suspended the bottles at slightly different heights so the bottoms form an undulating curve.
Wow.
(via Colossal)

unconsumption:

Hundreds of plastic bottles — partially filled with colored water — have a new life as the cover of a parking canopy.

Designer Garth Britzman, of Lincoln, Nebraska, suspended the bottles at slightly different heights so the bottoms form an undulating curve.

Wow.

(via Colossal)

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This is so weird! Interesting…

thedailywhat:

Facebook Rollout of the Day: Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg announced today a potentially life-saving — and possibly TMI — new feature: Facebook users now have the option to share their organ donor status on their timelines. In a post on the site, Facebook points out that there are 114,000 people currently awaiting transplants in the U.S., and millions around the world.

“Medical experts believe that broader awareness about organ donation could go a long way toward solving this crisis. And we believe that by simply telling people that you’re an organ donor, the power of sharing and connection can play an important role.”

The new timeline feature provides links to organ donation registries in the event that someone wants to sign up, and currently is only available in the U.S. and the U.K. Widespread rollout is planned in the coming months.
[thenextweb]
This is so weird! Interesting…

thedailywhat:

Facebook Rollout of the Day: Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg announced today a potentially life-saving — and possibly TMI — new feature: Facebook users now have the option to share their organ donor status on their timelines. In a post on the site, Facebook points out that there are 114,000 people currently awaiting transplants in the U.S., and millions around the world.

“Medical experts believe that broader awareness about organ donation could go a long way toward solving this crisis. And we believe that by simply telling people that you’re an organ donor, the power of sharing and connection can play an important role.”

The new timeline feature provides links to organ donation registries in the event that someone wants to sign up, and currently is only available in the U.S. and the U.K. Widespread rollout is planned in the coming months.

[thenextweb]

(Source: thedailywhat)

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nevver:

Little Shop of Horrors Earrings

nevver:

Little Shop of Horrors Earrings

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unconsumption:

Over the past several months, I’ve come across photos of this colorful courtyard in London where old barrels are used as planters — and am finally sharing one. Some of you maybe have been here — Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden? 
(Photo via Rita Smith here.)
For barrels repurposed as bike racks and cabinets, among other items, see earlier Unconsumption posts here.

I’ve been here and it’s awesome :)

unconsumption:

Over the past several months, I’ve come across photos of this colorful courtyard in London where old barrels are used as planters — and am finally sharing one. Some of you maybe have been here — Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden? 

(Photo via Rita Smith here.)

For barrels repurposed as bike racks and cabinets, among other items, see earlier Unconsumption posts here.

I’ve been here and it’s awesome :)