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There are times…

There are times that I feel so lost without you by my side! I’m seeking for help, and there’s nobody listening to my words.

I know everything will be fine in a while, I only have to give it time, but I feel helpless I need tomorrow to be here today!

fancyhands:

By Molly Crabapple

And mine!
 

fancyhands:

By Molly Crabapple

And mine!


 

ghoulnextdoor:

When Galaxies Collide: Beautiful Images of Cosmic Impacts | Wired.com)
Image: X-ray: NASA/CXC/SAO/J.DePasquale; IR: NASA/JPL-Caltech; Optical: NASA/STScI
metalhearts:

New York Times Magazine logo by Judy Kameon

metalhearts:

New York Times Magazine logo by Judy Kameon

unconsumption:


Artist: Valerie S. Mann Title: Evening Bags for the Midwestern Woman: Potluck Date: July 2011 Medium: wood, aluminum, found objects Original dimensions: 14 x 8 x 3”

(via ArtSlant)

#HandbagsMyHusbandWouldBuy

unconsumption:

Artist: Valerie S. Mann
Title: Evening Bags for the Midwestern Woman: Potluck
Date: July 2011 
Medium: wood, aluminum, found objects
Original dimensions: 14 x 8 x 3”

(via ArtSlant)

#HandbagsMyHusbandWouldBuy

tusks:

Globe Chandelier by Benoit Vieubled

shapeways:

Exoskeleton Shoe : Dragon Skulls, Footwear, 3D Printing and a Commission from the Shapeways Forum
 
The Exoskeleton Shoe is a concept designed by Janina Alleyne & modeled by INNER | LEAF. Janina Alleyne is a very talented Fashion Design Student at De Montfort University in the UK. After requesting in the Shapeways forum for a 3D modeler, INNER | LEAF were delighted to win the commission to model one of her designs. So impressed with the first model, Janina commissioned INNER | LEAF to do her entire range which included 3 shoes and a Hat.

We are seeing the number of the requests for 3D modelers increase every month to the point that a few of the Shapeways community members are getting a regular income stream from their 3D modeling skills. If you have some design skills you would like to offer for hire you can offer your services in the Shapeways forums so that people who are looking to hire a 3D designer can find you and some of your work.  Many people want to 3D Print their ideas whether they be art, fashion, jewelry, products and architecture, sometime they just need a little help…

#LoveIt

shapeways:

Exoskeleton Shoe : Dragon Skulls, Footwear, 3D Printing and a Commission from the Shapeways Forum

The Exoskeleton Shoe is a concept designed by Janina Alleyne & modeled by INNER | LEAF. Janina Alleyne is a very talented Fashion Design Student at De Montfort University in the UK. After requesting in the Shapeways forum for a 3D modeler, INNER | LEAF were delighted to win the commission to model one of her designs. So impressed with the first model, Janina commissioned INNER | LEAF to do her entire range which included 3 shoes and a Hat.

We are seeing the number of the requests for 3D modelers increase every month to the point that a few of the Shapeways community members are getting a regular income stream from their 3D modeling skills. If you have some design skills you would like to offer for hire you can offer your services in the Shapeways forums so that people who are looking to hire a 3D designer can find you and some of your work.  Many people want to 3D Print their ideas whether they be art, fashion, jewelry, products and architecture, sometime they just need a little help…

#LoveIt

shapeways:

Rocket Espresso Cup by csk_azriel on Flickr.

#WantOne

shapeways:

Rocket Espresso Cup by csk_azriel on Flickr.

#WantOne


Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama - who has notably lived in a psychiatric institution for the last four decades - has been obsessed with dots and infinity for her entire career, an inspiration she attributes directly to her hallucinations. In an attempt to share her experiences, she creates installations that immerse the viewer in her obsessive vision of dots or infinitely mirrored space.

Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama - who has notably lived in a psychiatric institution for the last four decades - has been obsessed with dots and infinity for her entire career, an inspiration she attributes directly to her hallucinations. In an attempt to share her experiences, she creates installations that immerse the viewer in her obsessive vision of dots or infinitely mirrored space.

unconsumption:

A house made from Euros?
Irish artist Frank Buckley recycled and protested at the same time:

When he found out that the Central Bank of Ireland was giving away …  shredded cash, he “collected two trailerfuls” and started out creating mixed-media art with it. He began building his Billion Euro House in Dublin in December 2011 in an unrented office space.
Each 6-inch by 2-inch brick is about $50,000 Euros, and provides such cozy insulation that despite the cold of winter Buckley says he doesn’t need heat inside.

Nearly 500 people came to see the Billion Euro House in its first week; Buckley is “thrilled it’s gotten people talking about what’s happening in Ireland and around the world.”
More: With the Billion Euro House, an Irish Artist Protests While Recycling - Culture - GOOD

unconsumption:

A house made from Euros?

Irish artist Frank Buckley recycled and protested at the same time:

When he found out that the Central Bank of Ireland was giving away …  shredded cash, he “collected two trailerfuls” and started out creating mixed-media art with it. He began building his Billion Euro House in Dublin in December 2011 in an unrented office space.

Each 6-inch by 2-inch brick is about $50,000 Euros, and provides such cozy insulation that despite the cold of winter Buckley says he doesn’t need heat inside.

Nearly 500 people came to see the Billion Euro House in its first week; Buckley is “thrilled it’s gotten people talking about what’s happening in Ireland and around the world.”

More: With the Billion Euro House, an Irish Artist Protests While Recycling - Culture - GOOD