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fashioninfographics:

How many times can you wear it between washes?

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Huh. I think this is the most important thing I’ve ever reblogged.

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True heroism is minutes, hours, weeks, year upon year of the quiet, precise, judicious exercise of probity and care—with no one there to see or cheer. This is the world.

— David Foster Wallace, The Pale King  (via whyallcaps)

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To be, in a word, unborable…. It is the key to modern life. If you are immune to boredom, there is literally nothing you cannot accomplish.

— David Foster Wallace, The Pale King  (via whyallcaps)

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for there is nothing heavier than compassion. Not even one’s own pain weighs so heavy as the pain one feels with someone, for someone, a pain intensified by the imagination and prolonged by a hundred echoes.

— Milan Kundera, The Unbearable Lightness of Being (via whyallcaps)

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When the heart speaks, the mind finds it indecent to object.

—  Milan Kundera, The Unbearable Lightness of Being (via whyallcaps)

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One swallow does not make a summer,
neither does one fine day;
similarly one day or brief time of happiness does not make a person entirely happy.

— Aristotle, The Nicomachean Ethics (via whyallcaps)

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2headedsnake:

Ivan Gaete
'Supreme weavers (Lovers), 2012
2headedsnake:

Ivan Gaete
'Supreme weavers (Lovers), 2012
2headedsnake:

Ivan Gaete
'Supreme weavers (Lovers), 2012
2headedsnake:

Ivan Gaete
'Supreme weavers (Lovers), 2012
2headedsnake:

Ivan Gaete
'Supreme weavers (Lovers), 2012

2headedsnake:

Ivan Gaete

'Supreme weavers (Lovers), 2012

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mymodernmet:

Imagine a tree that produces not just one type of fruit, but a whole variety of them! Artist Sam Van Aken has brought that vision to life with the Tree of 40 Fruit, an ongoing series of hybridized fruit trees that grow over 40 types of stone fruit, including cherries, plums, peaces, nectarines, apricots, and almonds.
Van Aken created these unique trees through the process of grafting—taking a sliver off a fruit tree and inserting it into an incision of another tree, then pruning it to encourage growth as a normal branch.
mymodernmet:

Imagine a tree that produces not just one type of fruit, but a whole variety of them! Artist Sam Van Aken has brought that vision to life with the Tree of 40 Fruit, an ongoing series of hybridized fruit trees that grow over 40 types of stone fruit, including cherries, plums, peaces, nectarines, apricots, and almonds.
Van Aken created these unique trees through the process of grafting—taking a sliver off a fruit tree and inserting it into an incision of another tree, then pruning it to encourage growth as a normal branch.
mymodernmet:

Imagine a tree that produces not just one type of fruit, but a whole variety of them! Artist Sam Van Aken has brought that vision to life with the Tree of 40 Fruit, an ongoing series of hybridized fruit trees that grow over 40 types of stone fruit, including cherries, plums, peaces, nectarines, apricots, and almonds.
Van Aken created these unique trees through the process of grafting—taking a sliver off a fruit tree and inserting it into an incision of another tree, then pruning it to encourage growth as a normal branch.
mymodernmet:

Imagine a tree that produces not just one type of fruit, but a whole variety of them! Artist Sam Van Aken has brought that vision to life with the Tree of 40 Fruit, an ongoing series of hybridized fruit trees that grow over 40 types of stone fruit, including cherries, plums, peaces, nectarines, apricots, and almonds.
Van Aken created these unique trees through the process of grafting—taking a sliver off a fruit tree and inserting it into an incision of another tree, then pruning it to encourage growth as a normal branch.
mymodernmet:

Imagine a tree that produces not just one type of fruit, but a whole variety of them! Artist Sam Van Aken has brought that vision to life with the Tree of 40 Fruit, an ongoing series of hybridized fruit trees that grow over 40 types of stone fruit, including cherries, plums, peaces, nectarines, apricots, and almonds.
Van Aken created these unique trees through the process of grafting—taking a sliver off a fruit tree and inserting it into an incision of another tree, then pruning it to encourage growth as a normal branch.
mymodernmet:

Imagine a tree that produces not just one type of fruit, but a whole variety of them! Artist Sam Van Aken has brought that vision to life with the Tree of 40 Fruit, an ongoing series of hybridized fruit trees that grow over 40 types of stone fruit, including cherries, plums, peaces, nectarines, apricots, and almonds.
Van Aken created these unique trees through the process of grafting—taking a sliver off a fruit tree and inserting it into an incision of another tree, then pruning it to encourage growth as a normal branch.
mymodernmet:

Imagine a tree that produces not just one type of fruit, but a whole variety of them! Artist Sam Van Aken has brought that vision to life with the Tree of 40 Fruit, an ongoing series of hybridized fruit trees that grow over 40 types of stone fruit, including cherries, plums, peaces, nectarines, apricots, and almonds.
Van Aken created these unique trees through the process of grafting—taking a sliver off a fruit tree and inserting it into an incision of another tree, then pruning it to encourage growth as a normal branch.

mymodernmet:

Imagine a tree that produces not just one type of fruit, but a whole variety of them! Artist Sam Van Aken has brought that vision to life with the Tree of 40 Fruit, an ongoing series of hybridized fruit trees that grow over 40 types of stone fruit, including cherries, plums, peaces, nectarines, apricots, and almonds.

Van Aken created these unique trees through the process of grafting—taking a sliver off a fruit tree and inserting it into an incision of another tree, then pruning it to encourage growth as a normal branch.

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softpyramid:

Christo and Jeanne-Claude 
Surrounded Islands
Biscayne Bay, Greater Miami, Florida
1980-83
 

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newyorker:

Read about this week’s cover, “Fifty-ninth Street Bridge,” by Eric Drooker: http://nyr.kr/1nadMw8

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nevver:

Don’t wreck my flow, Edward Burtynsky
Edward Burtynsky
nevver:

Don’t wreck my flow, Edward Burtynsky
Edward Burtynsky
nevver:

Don’t wreck my flow, Edward Burtynsky
Edward Burtynsky
nevver:

Don’t wreck my flow, Edward Burtynsky
Edward Burtynsky
nevver:

Don’t wreck my flow, Edward Burtynsky
Edward Burtynsky
nevver:

Don’t wreck my flow, Edward Burtynsky
Edward Burtynsky

nevver:

Don’t wreck my flow, Edward Burtynsky

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maison savioz. savioz fabrizzi architectes. giète-délé. switzerland. photos (c) savioz fabrizzi architectes . former barn-holiday home-transformation
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maison savioz. savioz fabrizzi architectes. giète-délé. switzerland. photos (c) savioz fabrizzi architectes . former barn-holiday home-transformation
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maison savioz. savioz fabrizzi architectes. giète-délé. switzerland. photos (c) savioz fabrizzi architectes . former barn-holiday home-transformation
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maison savioz. savioz fabrizzi architectes. giète-délé. switzerland. photos (c) savioz fabrizzi architectes . former barn-holiday home-transformation
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maison savioz. savioz fabrizzi architectes. giète-délé. switzerland. photos (c) savioz fabrizzi architectes . former barn-holiday home-transformation

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maison savioz. savioz fabrizzi architectes. giète-délé. switzerland. photos (c) savioz fabrizzi architectes . former barn-holiday home-transformation

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