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awkwardsituationist:

Storm over the Serengeti. Photos by Nick Nichols

(via beforeyouopenupyoureyes)

architizer:

Makoko Floating School is a prototype floating structure built for the historic water community of Makoko, located on a lagoon in the heart of Nigeria’s largest city, Lagos. As a pilot project, it has taken an innovative approach by addressing the community’s social and physical needs in view of the impact of climate change and a rapidly urbanizing African context.

Read more.

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prostheticknowledge:

Quixter

First-to-market biometric payment system scans your hand of it’s vein layout to identify the customer and their account.

To those unfamiliar with vein biometrics, the way your veins are structured around your body are more unique than a fingerprint, therefore considered a far more accurate form of personal identification - video from the University of Lund, Sweden below:

Paying for a coffee or lunch by simply scanning your palm still sounds like science fiction to most of us. However, an engineering student at Lund University in Sweden has made it happen - making his the first known company in the world to install the vein scanning technique in stores and coffee shops.

[Link]

Link to Quixter’s website can be found here

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little-yogi:

It’s a cute little thing though.

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nymphery:

ancient-egypts-secrets:

Queen Nefertari and Anubis; detail from Nefertari’s tomb.


Beautiful

nymphery:

ancient-egypts-secrets:

Queen Nefertari and Anubis; detail from Nefertari’s tomb.

Beautiful

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

 lula aldunate  radiates mandalas with ornate ceramic plates

new york city based artist and designer lula aldunate has photographed a hand-crafted a series, comprised of vibrantly colored and intricately pattered mandalas. the spiritual spirals are a ritual symbol in hinduism and buddhism, which represent the universe. here, aldunate has recreated the circular motif from ornately decorated tableware, deftly intermingling various colors, botanical prints, plate size and trim. gold leaf overlaps neon pinks perfectly, both unifying and juxtaposing the compositions. the artist is a lover of flea markets, quirky details, colors and prints; thus, the her work always includes a vintage piece, as illustrated in the collection of antique arrangements.

(Source: asylum-art, via klauerflower)

ninger6isyourfriend:

iamnaythin:

de—atley:

themoonphase:

sophiefuckingchurcher:

killermuffins89:

innocenttmaan:

Andres Amador is an artist who uses the beach as his canvas, racing against the tide to create these large scale temporary masterpieces using a rake or stick ..

Andres’ creations are simply stunning and knowing that these delicate creations are temporary somehow makes them even more beautiful.

wow

are you fucking kidding me

wowowowowowow!! respect!

i love how the sempiternal emblem is in this

the sempiternal “emblem” is actually the flower of life, which is part of sacred geometry.  

(via beforeyouopenupyoureyes)


'In a society where all adventure has been destroyed, the only adventure left is to destroy that society.'

'In a society where all adventure has been destroyed, the only adventure left is to destroy that society.'

(Source: intotheechelon, via thecheyenneing)

twistedviper:

missmeaganlouise:

You know all those wonderful Conservative parents who proceed to abandon, kick out, or cut off their children for any reason (including, but not limited to a child’s sexuality)?
Well here we go:

“But if anyone does not provide for his own, and especially for those of his household, he has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever.”
1 Timothy 5:8 (NKJV)

image

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mira-mirabiliaimages:

"Future holds"
Self

mira-mirabiliaimages:

"Future holds"

Self

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awkwardsituationist:

Storm over the Serengeti. Photos by Nick Nichols

(via beforeyouopenupyoureyes)

architizer:

Makoko Floating School is a prototype floating structure built for the historic water community of Makoko, located on a lagoon in the heart of Nigeria’s largest city, Lagos. As a pilot project, it has taken an innovative approach by addressing the community’s social and physical needs in view of the impact of climate change and a rapidly urbanizing African context.

Read more.

(via thecheyenneing)

prostheticknowledge:

Quixter

First-to-market biometric payment system scans your hand of it’s vein layout to identify the customer and their account.

To those unfamiliar with vein biometrics, the way your veins are structured around your body are more unique than a fingerprint, therefore considered a far more accurate form of personal identification - video from the University of Lund, Sweden below:

Paying for a coffee or lunch by simply scanning your palm still sounds like science fiction to most of us. However, an engineering student at Lund University in Sweden has made it happen - making his the first known company in the world to install the vein scanning technique in stores and coffee shops.

[Link]

Link to Quixter’s website can be found here

(via goodtimeorgoodstory)

(via nymphery)

little-yogi:

It’s a cute little thing though.

(via goodtimeorgoodstory)

nymphery:

ancient-egypts-secrets:

Queen Nefertari and Anubis; detail from Nefertari’s tomb.


Beautiful

nymphery:

ancient-egypts-secrets:

Queen Nefertari and Anubis; detail from Nefertari’s tomb.

Beautiful

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

 lula aldunate  radiates mandalas with ornate ceramic plates

new york city based artist and designer lula aldunate has photographed a hand-crafted a series, comprised of vibrantly colored and intricately pattered mandalas. the spiritual spirals are a ritual symbol in hinduism and buddhism, which represent the universe. here, aldunate has recreated the circular motif from ornately decorated tableware, deftly intermingling various colors, botanical prints, plate size and trim. gold leaf overlaps neon pinks perfectly, both unifying and juxtaposing the compositions. the artist is a lover of flea markets, quirky details, colors and prints; thus, the her work always includes a vintage piece, as illustrated in the collection of antique arrangements.

(Source: asylum-art, via klauerflower)

ninger6isyourfriend:

iamnaythin:

de—atley:

themoonphase:

sophiefuckingchurcher:

killermuffins89:

innocenttmaan:

Andres Amador is an artist who uses the beach as his canvas, racing against the tide to create these large scale temporary masterpieces using a rake or stick ..

Andres’ creations are simply stunning and knowing that these delicate creations are temporary somehow makes them even more beautiful.

wow

are you fucking kidding me

wowowowowowow!! respect!

i love how the sempiternal emblem is in this

the sempiternal “emblem” is actually the flower of life, which is part of sacred geometry.  

(via beforeyouopenupyoureyes)

(Source: nanfulong, via thecheyenneing)


'In a society where all adventure has been destroyed, the only adventure left is to destroy that society.'

'In a society where all adventure has been destroyed, the only adventure left is to destroy that society.'

(Source: intotheechelon, via thecheyenneing)

twistedviper:

missmeaganlouise:

You know all those wonderful Conservative parents who proceed to abandon, kick out, or cut off their children for any reason (including, but not limited to a child’s sexuality)?
Well here we go:

“But if anyone does not provide for his own, and especially for those of his household, he has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever.”
1 Timothy 5:8 (NKJV)

image

(via thecheyenneing)

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Born and raised in the hot sands of Southern Arizona.
Grown on the love of chalk, puddles, and stormy days.
Educated by travel and observation.
Influenced by wanderlust and the love of the sea.

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