Aug 15, 2014
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I will miss Switzerland. Especially the everything. #gouache

I will miss Switzerland. Especially the everything. #gouache

Aug 11, 2014
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#lemonyfresh. #Found in my co-worker’s cup this morning.

#lemonyfresh. #Found in my co-worker’s cup this morning.

Aug 9, 2014
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I’m smitten with Switzerland. #berneseoberland #jungfrau #lauterbrunnen

I’m smitten with Switzerland. #berneseoberland #jungfrau #lauterbrunnen

Aug 8, 2014
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That’s the overwhelming fan noise and blinks of partial data being stored. #CERN #science

Jul 17, 2014
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really-shit:

Rakeem Russell is a 20 year old designer and director living in London.

Jul 17, 2014
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Jul 13, 2014
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tastefullyoffensive:

Everyday Objects Blended With Simple Sketches (Part 2) by Javier Perez

Previously: Part 1

(via ahhhhmonsterseverywhere)

Jun 14, 2014
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24 hours in Berlin. I can do this.

24 hours in Berlin. I can do this.

Jun 13, 2014
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elisemerand:

#PHOTO - Outlook” Landscapes seized through abandoned buildings.
Taiwanese photographer Chen Po-I realized this photographic serie entitled “Outlook.” A set abyss that confronts the past disused buildings, rampant urbanization outdoor living contemporary Taiwanese society. l Via

Some Little Things i Like : Tumblr l Facebook l Twitter

Jun 13, 2014
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fastcompany:

Harvard Professor To Send The World’s First “Scent Message” Across The Pond
On Tuesday morning, at Manhattan’s American Museum of Natural History, Harvard Professor and CEO of Vapor Communications, David Edwards, will hit the ‘send’ button on his iPhone, and an email photograph tagged with the quintessential smell of New York — Pizza? The halal food trucks on 6th Avenue? The stench of horse piss on Central Park South? — will be delivered to a colleague in Paris, completing the first ever TransAtlantic transmission of a scent message.
The message, called an oNote, will be composed via an iPhone application called oSnap, soon to be available for free download in the Apple App store.
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fastcompany:

Harvard Professor To Send The World’s First “Scent Message” Across The Pond

On Tuesday morning, at Manhattan’s American Museum of Natural History, Harvard Professor and CEO of Vapor Communications, David Edwards, will hit the ‘send’ button on his iPhone, and an email photograph tagged with the quintessential smell of New York — Pizza? The halal food trucks on 6th Avenue? The stench of horse piss on Central Park South? — will be delivered to a colleague in Paris, completing the first ever TransAtlantic transmission of a scent message.

The message, called an oNote, will be composed via an iPhone application called oSnap, soon to be available for free download in the Apple App store.

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