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vw westfalia campervan

Coffee in the mountains.

Free People Yara Birkenstock

Disney Princesses With Realistic Hair

The Royal Tennenbaum

Alfama, Lisbon, Portugal

13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. LV)

Feather design Prisma Colored Pencils I will definitely try this


Gallery & Inspiration | Picture - 477884

amazing cloud


A Game of Clothes

Chalk Art by David Zinn

Chalk Art by David Zinn – A Collection


{ Blue Tile Roof }

Interior of Taj Mahal

Choose-Diy: Taj mahal india


Disney Princesses Reimagined - Seventeen

Disney Princesses As High Schoolers

Cenote Ik Kil, Yucatán, Mexico

Cest la vie

Stackable Futuristic Public Transit Cars

Stackable Futuristic Public Transit Cars


Sriracha2Go: A Miniature Refillable Sriracha Bottle that goes right on your backpack or keychain :D

Jaipur, India

More than halfway through art school, Motoi Yamamoto's sister succumbed to brain cancer. The resulting grief prompted him to abandon his work in traditional painting in search of something more fundamental. Because salt is a funerary material in Japanese culture meant to help cleanse one of grief, it was a natural choice for the artist. Yamamoto uses salt in either loose form to create intricate labyrinth patterns on gallery floors or in baked brick form to construct large interior structures.

Motoi Yamamoto "Salt Installation, Artist"

LEGO ship