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deepsection:

'cross 'crush.

deepsection:

'cross 'crush.

(Source: sexycycles)

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nickwilsonaz:

Poor honey badger does not want to be locked up, he wants to be free.

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zenblend:

squeekycleandave:

odditiesoflife:

The “Studley” Tool Chest
Master craftsman Henry O. Studley (1838-1925) was an organ and piano maker, carpenter, and mason. He is best known for building this incredible tool chest during his tenure at the Poole Piano Company in Massachusetts, working on it over the course of 30 years. Using ebony, mother-of-pearl, ivory, rosewood, and mahogany – all materials used in the manufacture of pianos – he refined the chest to the point that, even now in the 21st century, it is still in a class by itself.
 The Studley Tool Chest holds 300 tools, yet measures only 9 in. deep, 39 in. high, and 18 in. wide, when closed (22.86 x 99.06 x 45.72 cm). Every tool has a custom-made holder to keep it in place, many with beautiful inlay, and tiny clasps that rotate for easy access. As the chest folds closed, tools from the left side nestle precisely between tools on the right side.


This.

Incredible

zenblend:

squeekycleandave:

odditiesoflife:

The “Studley” Tool Chest

Master craftsman Henry O. Studley (1838-1925) was an organ and piano maker, carpenter, and mason. He is best known for building this incredible tool chest during his tenure at the Poole Piano Company in Massachusetts, working on it over the course of 30 years. Using ebony, mother-of-pearl, ivory, rosewood, and mahogany – all materials used in the manufacture of pianos – he refined the chest to the point that, even now in the 21st century, it is still in a class by itself.

The Studley Tool Chest holds 300 tools, yet measures only 9 in. deep, 39 in. high, and 18 in. wide, when closed (22.86 x 99.06 x 45.72 cm). Every tool has a custom-made holder to keep it in place, many with beautiful inlay, and tiny clasps that rotate for easy access. As the chest folds closed, tools from the left side nestle precisely between tools on the right side.

This.

Incredible

(Source: odditiesoflife)

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zillatamer:

unimpressedcats:

food? no… friend

I like how the hamster’s fear response is to just eat faster like
If I’m going to die, it should be with a full stomach.

zillatamer:

unimpressedcats:

food? no… friend

I like how the hamster’s fear response is to just eat faster like

If I’m going to die, it should be with a full stomach.

(Source: cineraria)

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post-impressionisms:

I love art - no.47

Konstantin Razumov, Russian  (1860—1939).

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nuug-lyfe:

chaiteaprincess:

nuug-lyfe:

This needs a shit ton more notes

someone told me there’s this crazy cheap hemp board plywood type material (actual scientific name) and apparently canada uses it to build an entire hospital or orphanage or whatever for like $10
wait here I found this article. apparently hemp is cheaper and more durable than concrete, and is self-insulating. science!

Reblogging again because that comment is golden. Educate yourselves!

nuug-lyfe:

chaiteaprincess:

nuug-lyfe:

This needs a shit ton more notes

someone told me there’s this crazy cheap hemp board plywood type material (actual scientific name) and apparently canada uses it to build an entire hospital or orphanage or whatever for like $10

wait here I found this article. apparently hemp is cheaper and more durable than concrete, and is self-insulating. science!

Reblogging again because that comment is golden. Educate yourselves!

(Source: thehumangroove)

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Alyssa Monks

Alyssa Monks is an American painter born in 1977 in Ridgewood, New Jersey, who specializes in hyperrealism. She began oil painting as a child and earned her M.F.A from the New York Academy of Art in 2001. She uses filters such as glass, vinyl, water, and steam to distort the body of her subjects placed in shallow spaces, most often bathing or pushing against the glass window.

Via Zilla

(Source: leslieseuffert)

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ferroso:

Tattoos and Sketches by Jan Mráz

(Source: itscolossal)

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hereforpizza:

accioharo:

surlelac:

Dug is the single most accurate portrayal of a dog in anything ever. 

Dug is the best thing to ever happen in the world. Ever.

(Source: levitted)

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reportinghome:

Benicia CA. - Bay ridge Trail

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becausebirds:

Black-capped Chickadee guarding the hoard.

becausebirds:

Black-capped Chickadee guarding the hoard.

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