Hajdi Djukic

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Vintage 80's Backpack Jansport  Turquoise with Leather bottom Zipper rucksack top Rave Wear Festival Wear Club Kid Aztec theme by 7CitiesVintage on Etsy

Vintage Backpack Jansport Turquoise with Leather bottom Zipper rucksack top Rave Wear Festival Wear Club Kid Aztec theme

good condition  80s Mexican cotton embroidered dress /MUU MUU   desert scene //cactus  large embroidered desert and coyotes dress  oversized ....med  hot pink cotton with desert scene front RUFFLED SKIRT AT BOTTOM tag..MADE IN mexico  BY mINERVA  MEASURES  BUST....48  LENGTH..45

good condition 80s Mexican cotton embroidered dress /MUU MUU desert scene //cactus large embroidered desert and coyotes dress oversized ....med hot pink cotton with desert scene front RUFFLED SKIRT AT BOTTOM tag..MADE IN mexico BY mINERVA MEASURES BUST....48 LENGTH..45

This egg shaped guest house was designed by Belgian architectural firm dmvA.  It includes a bathroom, lighting, a bed and several niches for storage. It can also be used as an office and is easily transportable.

This egg shaped guest house was designed by Belgian architectural firm dmvA. It includes a bathroom, lighting, a bed and several niches for storage. It can also be used as an office and is easily transportable. Gonna get me one of these for my guests.

The luxurious 'Ocean Nebula Hotel' concept is located in New Zealand, and is situated on shallow waters a few miles from the main city, it  requires individuals to travel by boat, making the hotel more than just a place to stay but also a spectacular and unique destination... READ MORE at Yanko Design !

The luxurious 'Ocean Nebula Hotel' concept is located in New Zealand, and is situated on shallow waters a few miles from the main city, it requires individuals to travel by boat, making the hotel more than just a place to stay but also a spectacular and

1939 NY Fair: "The Glass Incorporated Pavilion instructed visitors about the history of glassmaking with models encased in glass bubbles. Ah, the virtues of transparency!"

1939 NY Fair: "The Glass Incorporated Pavilion instructed visitors about the history of glassmaking with models encased in glass bubbles. Ah, the virtues of transparency!