Stop. Look. then Think.
septagonstudios:

 
Tumblr Of The Week: http://rosewong.tumblr.com/
This week we’ve chosen to spotlight an awesome artist who happens to have a tumblr blog, her name is Rose Wong. If you guys haven’t seen her work yet, I suggest you go check out her stuff. Her drawings are unique and her art is fantastic. I really like her style and I’m sure you will too.  

septagonstudios:

Tumblr Of The Week: http://rosewong.tumblr.com/

This week we’ve chosen to spotlight an awesome artist who happens to have a tumblr blog, her name is Rose Wong. If you guys haven’t seen her work yet, I suggest you go check out her stuff. Her drawings are unique and her art is fantastic. I really like her style and I’m sure you will too.  

spatula:

(via Dr. Neubronner’s Miniature Pigeon Camera, 1903 | HOW TO BE A RETRONAUT)
elle:

London Fashion Week
See our favorite looks from the streets of London!
Photo: Melanie Galea/The Street Muse

elle:

London Fashion Week

See our favorite looks from the streets of London!

Photo: Melanie Galea/The Street Muse

ryking:

Mysterious Wheel Patterns in Middle East Resemble Peru’s ‘Nazca Lines’

Researchers are beginning to unravel the mystery of a series of puzzling circular “geoglyphs” that stretch from Syria to Saudi Arabia and draw comparison to Peru’s 1,500-year-old Nazca Lines…

Satellite and aerial photography revealed mysterious stone “wheels” that can be seen from the air but not from the ground. While they remain virtually unknown to the public, an aerial photography program in Jordan has used new satellite-mapping technologies to discover more about the mysterious shapes.

First discovered by a Royal Air Force pilot in 1927, the true extent of the structures was not revealed until recently.

Archaeologists say that the widely varied stone wheels may number in the thousands.

eggsie:

When people reblog everything I reblog

I begin silently loving them

and we start becoming friends

though they don’t know it 

shh

you’re my friends

you have no choice

its-cool-i-got-this:

Nearly that time of year again…

its-cool-i-got-this:

Nearly that time of year again…

spatula:

A_LA: Timber Wave (via A_LA: Timber Wave | London Design Festival)