1. morivan:

    You know that type of laughter that starts off as a small chuckle but kinda builds up inside your throat, eventually mounting into a full blown, bent over yourself, holding your stomach as you guffaw uproariously?

    Yeeeep.

    (Source: grindlebone, via flightcub)

     

  2. mrklein:

    At Jogyesa temple

    (via thisisthelist)

     

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  4. museumuesum:

    SUSAN COLLIS

    Waltzer, 2007

    Wooden broom, opals, turquoise, garnets, seed pearls, mother of pearl, black diamonds, white diamonds, fresh water pearls, coral, black onyx, marcacite.

    127.5 x 37 x 11 cm

    Within Susan Collis practice, everyday objects and surfaces are presented splattered and stained with the marks of wear and tear, and the viewer might, upon further investigation, realise that the timeworn flecks of paint that cover an old broom, are in fact delicate and precisely inlaid pearls, jasper, turquoise, garnets and black diamonds. Initially, the demarcations seem to be the secondary results of a primary activity, seemingly worthless and easily ignored. Collis is interested in the shift of perception that takes place upon discovery that they are, in fact, intentional and primary activities themselves.

    (via dannerzz)

     

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  8. animationtidbits:

    Ken Duncan - Meg

    (via itsvondell)

     

  9. modcloth:

    Hope #5 by Erwin Olaf

     

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  13. devidsketchbook:

    KYLE JAMES DUNN’S PATTERNED STEEL SCULPTURES

    Kyle James Dunn’s intricate patterned sculptures are created using a plasma cutter and lots of patience. The imagery revolves around the American idea of vacation and the island get away.

    (Via beautifuldecay)

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  15. polytrac:

    Wood Paintings by Jason Middlebrook

    (via megat)