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  2. 05:06 30th Aug 2014

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    I invented my life by taking for granted that everything I did not like would have an opposite, which I would like.
    — Coco Chanel (via glttrgloss)
     
  3. As soon as you set foot on a yacht you belong to some man, not to yourself, and you die of boredom
    — Coco Chanel
     
  4. Beige is Huh? - Your Moon signs are semi-sextile. You don’t really understand each other’s styles of expressing emotions. Your relationship requires some adjustments.

     
  5. 03:12

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  7. 23:41

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    Tags: tattoolifesuxsimposons

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  10. I think there is beauty in everything. What ‘normal’ people would perceive as ugly, I can usually see something of beauty in it.
    — (Alexander McQueen)
     
  11. 00:23 22nd Nov 2013

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    Tags: omg omg omgyes

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    harpersbazaar:

Jennifer Lawrence’s “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” Red Carpet Style
Photo credit: Getty Images
     
  12. All things ephemeral/Are but a reflection
     
  13. 15:18 27th Oct 2013

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Shane HopeCoulomb_dielectric, 2011Lenticular 3D pigment print 24 × 24 in
Threading science, art, and technology, Shane Hope uses open-source nanomolecular design software to create and manipulate molecular models, which he assembles by the thousands into painterly 3-D prints. Equal parts scientific and fantastical, organic and digital, Hope’s holographic creations hint at the infinite possibilities of genetics and molecular physics, as well as the notion of “hacking matter.” As he has said: “The ability to assemble things from-the-molecule-up could give rise to borderline costless systems for controlling the structure of matter itself.”
via Artsy

    patternbase:

    Shane Hope
    Coulomb_dielectric, 2011
    Lenticular 3D pigment print 
    24 × 24 in

    Threading science, art, and technology, Shane Hope uses open-source nanomolecular design software to create and manipulate molecular models, which he assembles by the thousands into painterly 3-D prints. Equal parts scientific and fantastical, organic and digital, Hope’s holographic creations hint at the infinite possibilities of genetics and molecular physics, as well as the notion of “hacking matter.” As he has said: “The ability to assemble things from-the-molecule-up could give rise to borderline costless systems for controlling the structure of matter itself.”

    via Artsy

     
  14. 15:17

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    krissybodge:

Snow under a microscope

    krissybodge:

    Snow under a microscope

    (Source: chakra-tease)

     
  15. 15:10

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    Arms and Armor at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Arms and Armor at The Metropolitan Museum of Art