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Family - Lets Find Beautiful Someplace To Get Lost - Men Short Sleeve T Shirt - TL00763SS

Family - Lets Find Beautiful Someplace To Get Lost - Men Short Sleeve T Shirt - TL00763SS

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I'm in post-vacation, back-to-reality mode, so this hand-lettered postcard set from Sparrow Nest Script is making me happy. (I'm also loving their "I Solemnly Swear That I Am Up To No Good" Moleskine journals.) Speaking of my vacation, if you're...

Good photoshop project...take a photo of your favorite place at Camp Canadensis, and learn how to write text over it to make a postcard.

Travel Postcards, Hand-Lettered Calligraphy, Travel Photography, Hello from Someplace Beautiful, Set of 5, Ready to Ship

Good photoshop project...take a photo of your favorite place at Camp Canadensis, and learn how to write text over it to make a postcard.

Runway make-up, backstage at Chanel's Pre-Fall/Winter 2013-2014, Paris-Dallas Collection in Dallas, Texas.

Runway make-up, backstage at Chanel's Pre-Fall/Winter 2013-2014, Paris-Dallas Collection in Dallas, Texas.

Top 10 Insta-worthy Spots in Santa Monica

Top 10 Insta-worthy Spots in Santa Monica

My name is Joanna. (Mam na imie Asia.) All I want to do is learn languages, eat citrus fruits, and travel the world. I'm really into makeup and fashion. Feel free to message me in English, Polish, French, or Spanish. I track the tag

Keita Akiyama is a 25-year old in-house product designer at a kitchen utensil manufacturer. But he’s also a member of the Denka Bijutsu (literally, electronic art) collective where, among other things, he envisions and creates beautiful drawings of fictitious plants. But not just any plants.  “What if there existed, someplace in this world, acoustic plants? Why would they make sounds? How would they make sounds? And what would they sound like?” With those questions and a vast imagination he…

Keita Akiyama envisions what acoustic plants might look like

Keita Akiyama is a 25-year old in-house product designer at a kitchen utensil manufacturer. But he’s also a member of the Denka Bijutsu (literally, electronic art) collective where, among other things, he envisions and creates beautiful drawings of fictitious plants. But not just any plants. “What if there existed, someplace in this world, acoustic plants? Why would they make sounds? How would they make sounds? And what would they sound like?” With those questions and a vast imagination he…

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