5:28pm 
AnOther Magazine F/W 2014

AnOther Magazine F/W 2014

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5:25pm shialablunt:

Ondria Hardin photographed by Collier Schorr for SELF SERVICE N°38

shialablunt:

Ondria Hardin photographed by Collier Schorr for SELF SERVICE N°38

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5:19pm

faessbender:

model mother tongue:

"this may sound like an exageration, but we are the best athletes on earth."

but if a nuh so, a nearly so.
if it's not actually true, it might as well be.

how to speak patois with jeneil williams dir. by PENSACOLA for i-D. 

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5:18pm

puxi:

too many asian models are light skinned chinese/korean/japanese like where are the dark skinned south asian models at

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5:17pm

rick-owen:

Iris Van Herpen S/S 15

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5:01am

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3:29pm

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3:27pm

sasaq:

(via Twitter / 大阪・海遊館 ‏@Osaka_Kaiyukan)

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3:24pm

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3:20pm contemporary-art-blog:

Jim Lambie, Perm and Blow Dry 2001

contemporary-art-blog:

Jim Lambie, Perm and Blow Dry 2001

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3:19pm schmidtography:

09.08.2014_12.20h

schmidtography:

09.08.2014_12.20h

3:18pm 
The Capsula Mundi concept, from designers Anna Citelli and Raoul Bretzel, uses an egg-shaped burial pod made from biodegradable starch plastic as the coffin, in which the body is placed in a fetal position and buried under the ground. A tree (or tree seed) is then planted over the top of the pod, which will use the nutrients from the decomposing body as fertilizer for its growth. Although the Capsula Mundi is still a design concept, not an actual option for those planning for their funerals (in part because of regulations about burials and cemeteries), the designers hope that in the future, this type of burial will be allowed and “memory parks” full of trees will be planted. Instead of cemeteries full of headstones, the trees would serve as living memorials to the deceased.

The Capsula Mundi concept, from designers Anna Citelli and Raoul Bretzel, uses an egg-shaped burial pod made from biodegradable starch plastic as the coffin, in which the body is placed in a fetal position and buried under the ground. A tree (or tree seed) is then planted over the top of the pod, which will use the nutrients from the decomposing body as fertilizer for its growth. Although the Capsula Mundi is still a design concept, not an actual option for those planning for their funerals (in part because of regulations about burials and cemeteries), the designers hope that in the future, this type of burial will be allowed and “memory parks” full of trees will be planted. Instead of cemeteries full of headstones, the trees would serve as living memorials to the deceased.

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6:07am crystallizations:

Romaine Brooks.

crystallizations:

Romaine Brooks.

6:00am

thinksquad:

All photos from twitter #occupy central and buzzfeed

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5:56am

seal pup daschUNd