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jedhenry:

Can you guess the game?

This print is for sale on my web shop.

(via gameological)

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"You know we’re constantly taking. We don’t make most of the food we eat, we don’t grow it, anyway. We wear clothes other people make, we speak a language other people developed, we use a mathematics other people evolved and spent their lives building. I mean we’re constantly taking things. It’s a wonderful ecstatic feeling to create something and put it into the pool of human experience and knowledge."

Source: The New York Times
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iuhiuwhf:

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Takinocho Shibazakura park, Japan

Take me here

(via fuckyeahjapanandkorea)

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kotakucom:

Students in Japan are being silly again.

Source: kotaku.com
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parislemon:

buzzfeed:

Pick your perfect home movie theater: futuristic, vintage, modern, or Mario. 

Very tough to pick. Collect them all?

Awesome.

Source: BuzzFeed
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buzzfeed:

Don’t blink, you might miss these once in a lifetime shots. 

Awesome.

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good:

Make This Awesome ‘33 Ways to Stay Creative’ List a Part of Your Life
Liz Dwyer posted in Education, Creativity and Lists

This list pops up on the web every few months—the Steampunk group on Facebook is the latest to share. What would happen if most people followed its recommendations instead of just clicking “like”? How would our society change if schools posted these and then operated accordingly? (Caveat for the kids: We’d have to nix “drink coffee”!) Of course the best thing about lists is crossing things off of them, so c’mon, let’s commit to putting some of these suggestions into practice.

Continue to facebook.com

(via divinest)

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somethingconstructed:

Climat de France, François Pouillon. 1954-1957, Algiers Algier.

A city for four thousand.

(via architectureofdoom)

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rpgsektor:

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past Screenshots (SNES)

Source: rpgsektor