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When you see someone with a happy icon make a really angry text post


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Summer Hype 2014: Terror in Resonance (Zankyō no Terror)

From Shinichiro Watanabe, the creator of Cowboy Bebop, Samurai Champloo, and Space Dandy.

In an alternate version of the present, Tokyo has been decimated by a shocking terrorist attack, and the only hint to the identity of the culprit is a bizarre video uploaded to the internet. The police, baffled by this cryptic clue, are powerless to stop the paranoia spreading across the population.

Music score by Yoko Kanno aka the godmother of anime music

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Diphylleia grayi also known as the skeleton flower. The petals turn transparent with the rain.

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We got snow today! Mischa looking like a super model while getting snow in her eye.

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Lake McDonald Sunrise by jdhascup

Ice Covered Street Lamp on Mt Washington


finding out someone attractive likes you


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Lithuanian artist and craftsman Vainius Kubilius transforms coconut shells into radiant jewels that cast dazzling patterns of light and shadow in every direction. Kubilius’ awesome handmade lamps are called Nymphs and each one is unique. Made of coconut, cork and suede, they have a wonderfully organic feel.

To create his illuminated coconuts, Kubilius carefully shaves and waxes each hollowed out shell. Then comes the painstaking process of drilling thousands of holes in intricate patterns, much like the amazing eggshell art we’ve featured here in the past. The lamp stands are wrapped in layers of suede and varnished cork.

Kubilius makes each lamp by hand in Vilnius, Lithuania, but something tells us that if you found the right map hidden in the false bottom of an old trunk at that one flea market, it might lead you to the secret grove where these radiant creatures grow. And when you aren’t looking they communicate with each other by intertwining their bodies and moving their coconut shell heads to alter the patterns and intensity of light and shadow. It’s just a hunch.

Visit the Nymphs Workshop website, Facebook page or Etsy shop to check out more of Vanius Kubilius’ enchanting Nymph lamps.

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