April 21, 2012: Daiso haul

1. Face brush

2. Collagen pills (why did i buy this??)

1 note, April 22, 2012

steampunk purrrrrrse

steampunk purrrrrrse

Reblogged from loveyourchaos, 31,985 notes, March 24, 2012

gaksdesigns:

The the Lost In Sofa chair by design studio Daisuke Motogi ArchitectureItems(remote, book, iPad) can be safely tucked into these little spots between the upholstered cubes that form the seat.

(I can safely tuck in my toes, too :D)

Reblogged from loveyourchaos, 3,617 notes, December 27, 2011

setbabiesonfire:

newsflick:

Architectural Controversy : An apartment complex design in Seoul, South Korea, has attracted criticism for its similarity to the World Trade Center’s final moments after the 9/11 attacks.

The towers, one with 54 floors and the other with 60, are designed by Dutch architects MVRDV and will be built at the entrance to Seoul’s redeveloped Yongsan business district by 2016. (Pics)

Is there a controversy here or are people just reading too much in to the design?

Yeah, not sure I feel too great about this.

(Source: newsflick)

Reblogged from setbabiesonfire, 11,716 notes, December 15, 2011

szymon:

blk - I like the clever packaging and the whole idea of black water

want.

szymon:

blk - I like the clever packaging and the whole idea of black water

want.

Reblogged from zurike, 63,634 notes, December 8, 2011

ellyforlife:

Body Bakery: Bread imitating Gore  by Kittiwat Unarrom

This brings weird to a whole new level. Thai Fine Art student and artist Kittiwat Unarrom is the son of a baker. All that baking exposure growing up has been a clear influence, but his artistic need to see things a little differently definitely flared up as he created the tacitly named “Body Bakery” – brutally, gruesomely, almost unbelievably realistic looking sculptures of dismembered human body parts sculpted entirely from bread.

With a master in Fine Arts Kittiwat Unarrom creates sculpture in bread. Not just normal sculpture but horror, dark art, gore, something I don’t know if I could actually eat. Located in Ratchaburi, Thailand Kittiwat creates feet, hands, heads, and internal organs among other body parts all entirely edible and for sale at his family’s bakery. He skillfully paints each piece to look terrifying to the observer/customer.

★ Click here for more ★

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Reblogged from thedepressedcupcake, 62,031 notes, December 8, 2011

the-absolute-best-posts:

honeyandlavender:
British artist Keira Rathbone uses the letters and punctuation marks on typewriters to create landscapes and portraits
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the-absolute-best-posts:

honeyandlavender:

British artist Keira Rathbone uses the letters and punctuation marks on typewriters to create landscapes and portraits

Submitted by tentylers

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Reblogged from slycat, 11,657 notes, November 11, 2011

kim-am-i:

Single Ladies Skeleton Study by `yuumei

kim-am-i:

Single Ladies Skeleton Study by `yuumei

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Reblogged from setbabiesonfire, 37,340 notes, October 27, 2011

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Reblogged from raeraerob, 5,145 notes, October 27, 2011

venomxtonic:

Works by Katsuyo Aoki

Who is Katsuyo Aoki?
Originally from Tokyo, Japan. Aoki creates glorious sculptures out of porceline. Upclose the detail in her creations gives her work a very majestic and luxiourious feel, yet somewhat vulgur and slightly grotesque from a far - It’s simply perfection when something so ugly can look so beautiful.

To see more of Aoki’s work, go to katsuyoaoki.s1.bindsite.jp  

Reblogged from aliceinwonderworld, 48 notes, October 20, 2011