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Dakota unleashed.

Dakota unleashed.

knittingparty:

stinelinnemann:

I just discovered the work of dutch textile designer Mae Engelgeer. She works on her own range of interior textiles as well as various collaborations such as the Yeah rug seen in the first picture.

I love her use of pattern and colour and her photographs of her work always have a certain sensitivity to them.

Her website: http://www.mae-engelgeer.nl<

Interiew: http://www.interiordesign.net/articles/detail/35787-ones-to-watch-mae-engelgeer/

I just saw some of her stuff in a Dutch designer shop and I wanted all of it!  So beautiful.

(via chubbycactus)

springgreens:

Bobby Petersen’s loft space in a Victorian warehouse | Tottenham

(Source: theguardian.com, via chubbycactus)

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Tonight’s project.

Tonight’s project.

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Earlier this year I worked on some concepts for exotic fruit flavours for a beverage label design. The concepts never saw the light of day, but I can share my favourite one here: Maracuja! (a South-American type of passion-fruit).
© 2014 Jessica Fortner. All rights reserved.

Earlier this year I worked on some concepts for exotic fruit flavours for a beverage label design. The concepts never saw the light of day, but I can share my favourite one here: Maracuja! (a South-American type of passion-fruit).

© 2014 Jessica Fortner. All rights reserved.

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kenobi-wan-obi:


Globules in IC 2944 by Fred Vanderhaven

The above pictured emission nebula, cataloged as IC 2944, is called the Running Chicken Nebula for the shape of its greater appearance.
The image was taken recently from Siding Spring Observatory in Australia and presented in scientifically assigned colors. Seen near the center of the image are small, dark molecular clouds rich in obscuring cosmic dust.
Called Thackeray’s Globules for their discoverer, these “eggs” are potential sites for the gravitational condensation of new stars, although their fates are uncertain as they are also being rapidly eroded away by the intense radiation from nearby young stars.
Together with patchy glowing gas and complex regions of reflecting dust, these massive and energetic stars form the open cluster Collinder 249. This gorgeous skyscape spans about 70 light-years at the nebula’s estimated 6,000 light-year distance.

kenobi-wan-obi:

Globules in IC 2944 by Fred Vanderhaven

The above pictured emission nebula, cataloged as IC 2944, is called the Running Chicken Nebula for the shape of its greater appearance.

The image was taken recently from Siding Spring Observatory in Australia and presented in scientifically assigned colors. Seen near the center of the image are small, dark molecular clouds rich in obscuring cosmic dust.

Called Thackeray’s Globules for their discoverer, these “eggs” are potential sites for the gravitational condensation of new stars, although their fates are uncertain as they are also being rapidly eroded away by the intense radiation from nearby young stars.

Together with patchy glowing gas and complex regions of reflecting dust, these massive and energetic stars form the open cluster Collinder 249. This gorgeous skyscape spans about 70 light-years at the nebula’s estimated 6,000 light-year distance.

(via darksilenceinsuburbia)

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Garrison Creek Bat Co. presents the “Season Opener” – a celebration of baseball and art, opening Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014 at the Steamwhistle Brewery (255 Bremner Blvd, Toronto).
Featuring customized baseball bats and art from over 30 different artists, illustrators and craftspeople, this year’s Season Opener is set to be a fantastic show. Come out, enjoy some great beer and great art – and, buy a raffle ticket for you chance to win a handmade GCBC bat signed by Blue Jays legend and MLB hall-of-famer Robbie Alomar

Garrison Creek Bat Co. presents the “Season Opener” – a celebration of baseball and art, opening Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014 at the Steamwhistle Brewery (255 Bremner Blvd, Toronto).

Featuring customized baseball bats and art from over 30 different artists, illustrators and craftspeople, this year’s Season Opener is set to be a fantastic show. Come out, enjoy some great beer and great art – and, buy a raffle ticket for you chance to win a handmade GCBC bat signed by Blue Jays legend and MLB hall-of-famer Robbie Alomar

Short Film: Ape on The Moon Talks to Saskia Pomeroy

(Source: vimeo.com)

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All finished! Piece for an upcoming show in #Toronto, @gcbatco Season Opener 2014. Check it out: https://www.facebook.com/events/756307887722077/

All finished! Piece for an upcoming show in #Toronto, @gcbatco Season Opener 2014. Check it out: https://www.facebook.com/events/756307887722077/

Excerpts from the music of Ludovic Debeurme’s exhibition “Hidden Club” in le Lieu Unique (Nantes).

Listen/purchase: Hidden Club by Ludovic Debeurme

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This face! &lt;3

This face! <3

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New Friends"New Friends create swatch design concepts for clients in the apparel and home industries."

Such beautiful work!  

(Source: the59thstreetbridge, via broken-walls)

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It’s a lot harder to paint on a bat then I thought… Learning things the hard way.

It’s a lot harder to paint on a bat then I thought… Learning things the hard way.

Deconstructed garments: Lernert & Sander return knitted designer clothes to balls of wool. (via It’s Nice That)