Diving board in the sea at Elli Beach on the island of Rhodes, Greece (2013).
If I ever come to own a sea, I’m having this put in.
Taking animated gifs to a new level: Meet Me at the Bar by Cinemagraph.
Key of the 'Soot' desk by Note Design Studio for Karolina Stenfelt
Classic beauty, contemporary form.
Photo by Letizia Gilioli.
Sculpture by Bruno Martinazzi. Freaking me out.
VP Globe by Verner Panton, 1969.
Visual poetry by Anatol Knotek.
After a poem by Russian artist and poet Vilen Barsky.
Brillant, by Mike Judge: "How to Get the Love You Deserve."
Mug from Object and Totem.
Teardrop Bulb, by Buster+Punch.
Andrea Christina Furrer in the 2013 Trivago commercial.
"It isn’t popcorn that people love, it’s the butter and salt.It isn’t me that he loves.”
Popcorn, by Michael Dumontier and Neil Farber.
Palazzo della Civiltá del Lavoro, Rome.
This palazzo is an icon of Fascist architecture, a style which resembles that of ancient Rome. However, the fascist-era buildings lack ostentatious design, and were constructed with symmetry, simplicity, and a general lack of ornateness.
The Abbot’s Cliff sound mirror near Folkestone.
Sound mirrors, or acoustic mirrors, are forms built around coastal towns in England between 1915 and 1930, to function as an acoustic radar for approaching war planes.
(Source: operation-saturn, via think-adesign)
The Winter Barn by Aaron Shaver.
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