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from Stylishwife

Men's Formal Shoes Going By The Current Trend

The man above: American or European? I think many of us would automatically answer European. The stereotypical #representation of a European man is well-dressed and well-groomed, after all, and often with a great taste in shoes. Frank makes an interesting point in his piece when he says that unlike with womenswear, when it came to menswear, "the question with which the industry was faced was far more basic: should or should they not welcome the very institution of fashion itself..."

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from Etsy

Human Skull Replica

As an artist - especially a portrait artist - you have to become very familiar with the human skull. It is the foundation of the face. If you are ever going to accurately capture someone's likeness, you need to understand what lies beneath their skin.

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from Upworthy

Artificial Limbs That Look 100% Badass — And These Are Just The Beginning

This is what happens when an industrial designer/ex-Apple employee and a 3D printing guru get together to make artificial limbs.

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CPD Academy (http://learningacademy.co.uk) is an extensive and clever learning management system (LMS) built for organisations and CPD (continuing professional development) e-learning. It's fully scalable to your requirements and built on one of the world's leading .net Content Management Systems - Kentico CMS for ASP.NET Version 6 (www.kentico.com).

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from Bloglovin’

restlessmindsandconstantfetishes: I need dem pants! ({ wit + delight })

Taking an ordinary and plane building and photographing it in an interesting way. View points are key when stuck with less interesting environments for photography.

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