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End Of The Line.

angulargeometry:

End Of The Line.

Art exists because life is not enough.
Ferreira Gullar (via zelo)

ted:

Meet the movers and shakers of the pollination biz

Pollination is vital to life on earth, but most pollinators are so nimble and quick that we never quite see them in action. In his visually stunning TED Talk, filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg shows us a close-up view of the intricate world of pollen and pollinators. 

Watch the full talk here »

afootballreport:

The legend I never saw - A Tribute to Eusebio, ‘O Rei’

By Dominic Vieira, writing from Lisbon

The amount of times I’ve walked to the Estadio da Luz from my grandmother’s apartment to watch a Benfica match is countless. The trip with my father and brother is always the same: a repetitive route with Benfica scarves wrapped around our neck all, where all we’d talk about was our club. At that time the heroes were Nuno Gomes, Karel Poborksy and Joao Pinto. It had been years since we’d won the league, and European glory was only sensed in black and white photos published in dusty books. I had no idea how great Benfica was. None at all.

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wetheurban:

ART: B E A U T Y by Rino Stefano Tagliafierro

Rino Stefano Tagliafierro brought back the expressive force of gestures of beauty that he springs from the immobility of canvas, animating a sentiment lost to the fixedness masterpieces.

It almost seems as if we could walk through the untouched nature and watch the angels sing their chorus.

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spirandelli:

Power to the banana - light test

jtotheizzoe:

staceythinx:

These fun illustrations by Norbert Mayer celebrate animals that have traveled in space.

O fishy traveller, what secrets have you seen?

Interesting thing that may not actually be a thing, but I thought I’d point it out anyway:

See that 5-pointed star shape that Mayer includes in all these? Looks a lot like the Chinese symbol for  and the Kanji dai, both meaning “big”, which is an apt symbol to represent spacey things.

The symbol itself is an ideogram of a man’s outstretched arms, as if space was welcoming these animal explorers, no?

jtotheizzoe:

staceythinx:

These fun illustrations by Norbert Mayer celebrate animals that have traveled in space.

O fishy traveller, what secrets have you seen?

Interesting thing that may not actually be a thing, but I thought I’d point it out anyway:

See that 5-pointed star shape that Mayer includes in all these? Looks a lot like the Chinese symbol for  and the Kanji dai, both meaning “big”, which is an apt symbol to represent spacey things.

The symbol itself is an ideogram of a man’s outstretched arms, as if space was welcoming these animal explorers, no?

womensweardaily:

Salvatore Ferragamo Men’s RTW Fall 2014

Photo by Davide Maestri

Massimiliano Giornetti put the spotlight on outerwear for a collection of tailored clothing.  For More

For All Men’s RTW Fall 2014

exploshun:

oh my perfect…