JENCARLOSCANELACARMENVILLALOBOS!!!!!!
BTR!!!

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kateoplis:

Zumthor House designed by Peter Zumthor (h/t: catherinewillis)

So pretty!!

kateoplis:

Zumthor House designed by Peter Zumthor (h/t: catherinewillis)

So pretty!!

kateoplis:

Daasanach Tribe Girl, Omorate, Ethiopia by Eric Lafforgue
Apparently, the Daasanach people collect Coca Cola/beer caps from bars to make head dresses.

Awesome!!!

kateoplis:

Daasanach Tribe Girl, OmorateEthiopia by Eric Lafforgue

Apparently, the Daasanach people collect Coca Cola/beer caps from bars to make head dresses.

Awesome!!!

kateoplis:

Josephx

;D
theclearlydope:

Yoga class and running in the park just got a whole lot more interesting. 
In a non-related note it’s SUNDAY PLUG DAY featuring:
Ponytail Jesus
Tastefully Offensive
Had a bad week? Month? Year? Go here. Bunny Food
Our friends at The Yellowberri
AND ONE MORE PLUG: THE CLEARLY DOPE T-SHIRT .. ON SALE FOR ONE MORE DAY!

(:

theclearlydope:

Yoga class and running in the park just got a whole lot more interesting. 

In a non-related note it’s SUNDAY PLUG DAY featuring:

Ponytail Jesus

Tastefully Offensive

Had a bad week? Month? Year? Go here. Bunny Food

Our friends at The Yellowberri

AND ONE MORE PLUG: THE CLEARLY DOPE T-SHIRT .. ON SALE FOR ONE MORE DAY!

(:

kateoplis:

Nobis House: kitchen

2 thumbs up!!
laughingsquid:

40 Illustrations of Film Characters Played by Harrison Ford

:)
laughingsquid:

Firestorm, The Fire Breathing LEGO Dragon

This is amazing!
kateoplis:

Growing A Bike

[Alexander Vittouris’s James Dyson Award] entry, called the Ajiro, is a bicycle style transport that’s composed of bamboo – but with a twist. Rather than going through the complicated process of steaming and bending bamboo to suit his shape, he actually used a reusable skeleton to guide the shape of the bamboo as it grew. In other words, the frame of the vehicle was “grown” rather than manufactured.

kateoplis:

Growing A Bike

[Alexander Vittouris’s James Dyson Award] entry, called the Ajiro, is a bicycle style transport that’s composed of bamboo – but with a twist. Rather than going through the complicated process of steaming and bending bamboo to suit his shape, he actually used a reusable skeleton to guide the shape of the bamboo as it grew. In other words, the frame of the vehicle was “grown” rather than manufactured.