moviesonfilm:

By: T.J. “Ruff… Ruff…” Mulligan

Sometimes, as the old saying goes, silence can speak volumes. A parent’s scornful furrowing of their eyebrows can let their child know they are in trouble; a smile across the face of someone you haven’t seen in a while can let you know they’re happy to once…

theparadisefiles:

Piani Resinelli - Belvedere (by Emi Delli Zuani)

theparadisefiles:

Piani Resinelli - Belvedere (by Emi Delli Zuani)

worldlyanimals:

Snowy Owl (Sumatra-Tiger)
crematorie:

Daniel Arsham
BC, 2011
Draped Figure, 2011. (via)

Hmm…?

crematorie:

Daniel Arsham

BC, 2011

Draped Figure, 2011. (via)

Hmm…?

catfromwonder:

Say Cheese to The World

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catfromwonder:

DanLuVisiArt

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crematorie:

“Appearences/disappearances” hand made collages by  Jorge Chamorro

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8bitfuture:

SeaOrbiter to begin construction this October.
The SeaOrbiter is part submarine, part research vessel and has been in the planning stages for 12 years. Now construction of the US$43 million vessel is scheduled to begin in October, and could be on the seas by late 2013.
The vessel will be 58 metres high, with 50% of it underwater, allowing scientists constant access to underwater study.

Designed to drift with ocean currents, the vessel will generate the majority of its power for life-support systems and propulsion to avoid other ships and storms from renewable energy, including solar, wind and wave power, Fuchs says. A side project is underway in conjunction with EADS, the European defense and space systems conglomerate, to develop a biofuel as the ship’s main power source.


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8bitfuture:

SeaOrbiter to begin construction this October.

The SeaOrbiter is part submarine, part research vessel and has been in the planning stages for 12 years. Now construction of the US$43 million vessel is scheduled to begin in October, and could be on the seas by late 2013.

The vessel will be 58 metres high, with 50% of it underwater, allowing scientists constant access to underwater study.

Designed to drift with ocean currents, the vessel will generate the majority of its power for life-support systems and propulsion to avoid other ships and storms from renewable energy, including solar, wind and wave power, Fuchs says. A side project is underway in conjunction with EADS, the European defense and space systems conglomerate, to develop a biofuel as the ship’s main power source.

#awesome

theparadisefiles:

One Step Closer to Heaven (by Tony Gill)

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theparadisefiles:

One Step Closer to Heaven (by Tony Gill)

#awesome