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Colorful, coral-like cacti.
You can never have too many accessories.
Reblogged from Paper Magazine
Even crayons can be creepy.
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Spotted: the coolest cuff, adorned with Dalmatian Jasper.
A rainbow of mantis shrimp by Eve Austin White.
(What, you haven’t heard about the mantis shrimp? Here, listen to this.)
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So into this midnight-blue wall (and everything in front of it).
Design Lessons from a Supremely Stylish Mexican Home: http://on.apttherapy.com/KQo3G8
A peek inside the factory where Fiestaware is made.
You may not know the name Homer Laughlin, a china factory in Newell, W. Va., but you’ll likely recognize — or have eaten off of — its most famous product: brightly colored, informal pottery called Fiesta.
While most of America’s china factories have closed, unable to compete with “made in China” or Japan or Mexico, Homer Laughlin, which set up shop on the banks of the Ohio River in 1873, is still going strong. It employs about 1,000 people.
Linda Wertheimer takes us into the depths of the factory — which feels like a relic from a different time — to show us how Fiesta has kept this company going.
Photos/GIFs by Ross Mantle for NPR
Reblogged from NPR
Paper dolls from a dream world.
Reblogged from The Creators Project
A crowning achievement.
On September 9, 2014, 22 people nestled into 16 hammocks for one epic chillout session. Photographer Sebastian Wahlhütter was on hand to capture the day’s events which took place on Monte Piana, in the famous Dolomites mountain range of northeastern Italy.
via Twisted Sifter
Reblogged from NPR Fresh Air