Apr. 21 (2227)

humansofnewyork:

"Before them, I didn’t realize that I could value someone more than myself."
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humansofnewyork:

"Before them, I didn’t realize that I could value someone more than myself."

Apr. 21 (24292)

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Apr. 21 (5641)

slowartday:

Andreas Franke, The Sinking World

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Apr. 21 (61713)

brill-i-aint:

frostmatey:

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iamonlyslightlydisneyobsessed:

Everyone always talks about how amazing of an architect Elsa is, but have we all forgotten about Tarzan’s parents who built an awesome tree house by themselves while caring for their infant child…?

TRUUUEEE

but someone had a headcanon that Tarzan’s parents were actually the King and Queen of Arendelle. They didn’t die, they washed up there

you stop that right now ^^

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Apr. 21 (17120)

rockbleezy:

This is probably my favorite scene of any tv show series
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rockbleezy:

This is probably my favorite scene of any tv show series

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Apr. 21 (215)

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Apr. 20 (345)

parenthacks:

thekidshouldseethis:

The Egg Painter, a beautiful profile of Elena Craciunescu and the traditional Easter egg painting that she skillfully enjoys in a small village in Romania’s northern region of Bukovina. Filmed by Prague-based Titus-Armand.

A friend of ours just recently learned how to create eggs like these. In Ukrainian, the folk art is called Pysanky, from the word pysanka and the verb pysaty, meaning to write. In this case, the writing is in beeswax, similar to batik. It’s a traditional art form in many countries across Eastern Europe.

You can read more at NPR’s The Salt, see more examples at Katya Trischuk’s Etsy Shop, and yay! There’s a DIY at Instructables.

In the archives: more eggs and a few more cultural traditions.

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My MIL has mastered this art and it’s gorgeous.

Apr. 20 (2449)

enochliew:

Mona Pavilions by Fender Katsalidis Architects

Bold, diamond shaped steel frames anchored to the ground by large, off form concrete blades. Weathered timber clad boxes to the rear slip between these steel structures.

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