friendly|office
Brutality... with a smile.
friendly|office
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tastefullyoffensive:

Why we shouldn’t travel to other planets.
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medieval:

Completely out of context crop of the week.
14th c.
(via)
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aceofstars:

rayvenloaf:

OMFG this is brilliant

I HAVE BEEN LAUGHING AT THIS FOR LIKE 10 MINUTES STRAIGHT OH MY GODD
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sbrhm:

Lewerentz 
sbrhm:

Lewerentz 
sbrhm:

Lewerentz 
sbrhm:

Lewerentz 
sbrhm:

Lewerentz 
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paddle8:

Richard Serra I "Bight #2," 2011 I The Groundswell Benefit Auction I Sep 30 — Oct 14
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likeafieldmouse:

Jacob van LoonMini Stations (Temples)
The newest addition to the Stations series is an elaboration on my experience with architecture being both redundant and new. Death (redundancy) occurs with passive observation of the same space over time. Rebirth (new perception) is a conscious decision to enter and exit the same space with the understanding it cannot be the same twice. 
likeafieldmouse:

Jacob van LoonMini Stations (Temples)
The newest addition to the Stations series is an elaboration on my experience with architecture being both redundant and new. Death (redundancy) occurs with passive observation of the same space over time. Rebirth (new perception) is a conscious decision to enter and exit the same space with the understanding it cannot be the same twice. 
likeafieldmouse:

Jacob van LoonMini Stations (Temples)
The newest addition to the Stations series is an elaboration on my experience with architecture being both redundant and new. Death (redundancy) occurs with passive observation of the same space over time. Rebirth (new perception) is a conscious decision to enter and exit the same space with the understanding it cannot be the same twice. 
likeafieldmouse:

Jacob van LoonMini Stations (Temples)
The newest addition to the Stations series is an elaboration on my experience with architecture being both redundant and new. Death (redundancy) occurs with passive observation of the same space over time. Rebirth (new perception) is a conscious decision to enter and exit the same space with the understanding it cannot be the same twice. 
likeafieldmouse:

Jacob van LoonMini Stations (Temples)
The newest addition to the Stations series is an elaboration on my experience with architecture being both redundant and new. Death (redundancy) occurs with passive observation of the same space over time. Rebirth (new perception) is a conscious decision to enter and exit the same space with the understanding it cannot be the same twice. 
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rosswolfe:

From Hans Arp and El Lissitzky’s The “Isms” of Art (1924), via The Charnel-House
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bartsknucklesandwich:

Action Comics, No. 450
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auto-elegance:

BMW E30 headlight wipers.
-My own gif making-
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oleole:

Throw caution to the wind and just do it.
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hitodama:

Seppuku. Masaki Kobayashi (1962)
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gennacrowe:

British Mineralogy (1802)
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generalelectric:

To float a frog using diamagnetic levitation, a superconducting magnet with the strength of roughly 16 Tesla is needed. This data point was calculated by researchers at the Nijmegen High Field Magnet Laboratory. GIF by David Carpenter.