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Face the Foliage by Justina Blakeney

Il Tavolo Mastro / Studio Gumdesign Масштабировать Фото

The Woods glass sculptures by StokkeAustad and Andreas Engesvik

i'd have to do some measuring to get the right fit...

rainbow hiking boots - hell yes!

copywriters vs. art directors via fubiz

egg chairs

Egg Chairs | Seating | Home

Mount Fuji tissue holder

Rainbow Origami Street Art by Mademoiselle Maurice

Brock Davis Plays with his Food

Crepe paper backdrop.

When to Buy a Mac

Laser Cut Seaweed..say what?!?!

Bicycle Bookends

Pig Buddies - very cute USB hub and memory sticks designed by weplaygod.

This needs to make it to my sister's backyard :) FUN!

Oh my furs and whiskers!

Kissing clothespin xo


so doing this

Holy amazingness - post it style calendar with a page-per-day, a color-per-month and a perforated fold-up number each day | Studio 8 Design

In Japan, farmers of the Zentsuji region found a way to grow cubic watermelons, by growing the fruits in glass boxes and letting them naturally assume the shape of the receptacle. The square shape was originally designed to make the melons easier to stack and store, but the square watermelons are often more than double the price of normal ones, and much of their appeal to consumers is in their novelty. Pyramid shaped watermelons have also been developed and any polyhedral shape may potentially also be used.


Each anniversary, hold the picture from the year before.. so cute!