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itscolossal:

Mobile Lovers / Banksy

So good.
parislemon:

itscolossal:

Mobile Lovers / Banksy

So good.
nevver:

World’s first emoticon, 1648

:-)

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World’s first emoticon, 1648

:-)

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Consume, Chris Jordan nevver:

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100% Real Fruit Juice,  Enle Li
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100% Real Fruit Juice,  Enle Li
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100% Real Fruit Juice,  Enle Li
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100% Real Fruit Juice,  Enle Li
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100% Real Fruit Juice,  Enle Li
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100% Real Fruit Juice,  Enle Li
fiftythreenyc:

NOW OPEN. FIFTYTHREE HQ.
After two years working out of a sixth floor walk-up, our New York City team has a new home: the historic art-deco building at 60 Hudson. Together with celebrated architect Laura Gonzalez Fierro, we remodeled the southwest corner with the aim to bring technology, design, ideas, and community together.
In March, we celebrated the opening of our new HQ with an office warming party, inviting friends, family, and colleagues to view the new space and enjoy delicious bites catered by All Good Things, music by DJ Vikam and live sketches in Paper by Alon Chitayat of Subway Stories.
We like to say that “FiftyThree is the space to create” and we’re thrilled that our workspace has begun to reflect this ethos. Our mission is to enable creativity and to bring creative minds together to share inspiration and ideas. To that end, we hosted our first open workshop with New York Times bestselling author Austin Kleon last week, and currently on display are original works by renowned artist Miriam Cabessa.
Here’s to embracing many more opportunities to create and collaborate. Our door is always open.
To learn more, check out articles written about our new digs in FastCo Labs, ArchDaily, Inhabitat, Design Boom, and Architizer.
Photos by Matthew Williams


So jealous. I’d live there, let alone work there. fiftythreenyc:

NOW OPEN. FIFTYTHREE HQ.
After two years working out of a sixth floor walk-up, our New York City team has a new home: the historic art-deco building at 60 Hudson. Together with celebrated architect Laura Gonzalez Fierro, we remodeled the southwest corner with the aim to bring technology, design, ideas, and community together.
In March, we celebrated the opening of our new HQ with an office warming party, inviting friends, family, and colleagues to view the new space and enjoy delicious bites catered by All Good Things, music by DJ Vikam and live sketches in Paper by Alon Chitayat of Subway Stories.
We like to say that “FiftyThree is the space to create” and we’re thrilled that our workspace has begun to reflect this ethos. Our mission is to enable creativity and to bring creative minds together to share inspiration and ideas. To that end, we hosted our first open workshop with New York Times bestselling author Austin Kleon last week, and currently on display are original works by renowned artist Miriam Cabessa.
Here’s to embracing many more opportunities to create and collaborate. Our door is always open.
To learn more, check out articles written about our new digs in FastCo Labs, ArchDaily, Inhabitat, Design Boom, and Architizer.
Photos by Matthew Williams


So jealous. I’d live there, let alone work there.

fiftythreenyc:

NOW OPEN. FIFTYTHREE HQ.

After two years working out of a sixth floor walk-up, our New York City team has a new home: the historic art-deco building at 60 Hudson. Together with celebrated architect Laura Gonzalez Fierro, we remodeled the southwest corner with the aim to bring technology, design, ideas, and community together.

In March, we celebrated the opening of our new HQ with an office warming party, inviting friends, family, and colleagues to view the new space and enjoy delicious bites catered by All Good Things, music by DJ Vikam and live sketches in Paper by Alon Chitayat of Subway Stories.

We like to say that “FiftyThree is the space to create” and we’re thrilled that our workspace has begun to reflect this ethos. Our mission is to enable creativity and to bring creative minds together to share inspiration and ideas. To that end, we hosted our first open workshop with New York Times bestselling author Austin Kleon last week, and currently on display are original works by renowned artist Miriam Cabessa.

Here’s to embracing many more opportunities to create and collaborate. Our door is always open.

To learn more, check out articles written about our new digs in FastCo Labs, ArchDaily, Inhabitat, Design Boom, and Architizer.

Photos by Matthew Williams

So jealous. I’d live there, let alone work there.

nevver:

Pattern recognition, Klaus Leidorf
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Pattern recognition, Klaus Leidorf
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Pattern recognition, Klaus Leidorf
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Pattern recognition, Klaus Leidorf
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Pattern recognition, Klaus Leidorf
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Pattern recognition, Klaus Leidorf
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Pattern recognition, Klaus Leidorf

thisistheverge:

(via If you play one goat simulator in 2014, make it this one
True to its name, Goat Simulator starts you innocently enough: in a goat pen, with nothing but a sticky tongue and a hard skull to your name. Across the street, some protesters are holding a rally. You ram a lamppost into the crowd and headbutt the survivors, glitching several feet backwards as you try to lick one of their signs: NO PENIS SHAPED FOOD. An empty pool filled with trampolines is just down the road. You bounce across them and into a construction site, where you find a jetpack. Momentarily crumpling after a three-story drop, you climb midway up a crane and jump off, careening into the parking lot of a gas station. You headbutt the tanks and are blown back as the station explodes and collapses into a pile of rubble.

This is like a GTA mini-game run amok.

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How To Negotiate With People Around The World
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How To Negotiate With People Around The World
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How To Negotiate With People Around The World
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How To Negotiate With People Around The World
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How To Negotiate With People Around The World
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How To Negotiate With People Around The World