i’ve been trying to find this for years now, so glad it was on my dash
Can’t even express how bad I want one of these.
Links for bored people. You’re welcome.
I want to make love to the person who made this! :’)
I have been at that third site for a good solid 20 minutes HELP
Moon pillows by design team i3Lab on Etsy
I want them
Hogwarts Book Sculpture.
I used 7 books (already damaged) to create the sculpture and 50 different scalpol blades. It took 3 months to create!
wow this is beautiful
(i love that you had to say “already damaged” because you know everyone on Tumblr freaks out about doing this to books)
When you’re writing aND YOU CAN’T FIND THE RIGHT WORD
TUMBLR USER OZWINOZWALD IS MY NEW HERO
Hyperstealth is a Canadian company that has recently developed a material that bends light waves around a target that allows for complete invisibility labeled “Quantum Stealth”. The material removes not only your visual, infrared (night vision) and thermal signatures but also the target’s shadow.
fucking canada made the invisibility cloak
i… i don’t… how??
French photographer Thierry Cohen wants to show you what the cities might look like if they went dark on a clear day, and if the photographer focused on bringing out the stars. His project Darkened Cities shows recognizable cityscapes in darkness under the night sky.
To create the images, Cohen first traveled to locations that are untainted by the light pollution of large urban areas, capturing beautiful night shots of the Milky Way floating overhead.
He then combined these photographs with manipulated photographs of various cities (e.g. San Francisco, New York City, Tokyo, Rio de Janerio) to complete the effect.
Even if all the lights were out, light pollution would still prevent a city from looking like this.. But it’s still so pretty auuuh.
“Like their news-bin brethren, you’ll find abandoned newsstands scattered throughout downtown San Francisco. I’ve been a fan of re-using newsbins, but I hadn’t really though about doing anything larger until I saw what the folks at Colpa Press had created on the corner of 6th St and Market. Basically, they’ve rented one of these tiny newsstands and turned into a place to buy magazines… and posters… and records and tapes… and all sorts of cool shit.
Their pop-up shop, called Edicola, features a beautiful collection of hand-bound zines and art. I’ve been thinking about doing another zine sometime soon, and this shop was full of inspiring works from various photographers. If you get the chance, I highly recommend checking this shop out for yourself.
Edicola 987 1/2 Market St – at 6th – San Francisco OPEN TUES-FRI 4-7 // SAT + SUN 12-6” — docpop.org
I always see this shop when I head into the city for my internship on Saturdays. You piss me off sometimes, San Francisco, but sometimes you’re awfully cute.