1. brain-food:

    Luigi Prina, 83 years old, has been an architect for more than 50 years. He has been interested in aircraft modelling since a very young age. via National Traveller

    (via hulog)

     
  2. wildletter:

    Hand-knit beasts by freelance designer Debi van Zyl

    "I make thoughtful and unique work that is responsible to its environment and users."

    I’m in love! These are wonderful! 

    (via anniecolors)

     
  3. motleycraft-o-rama:

    Vintage Crochet from I Just Arted on Etsy.

     
  4. Ultimate Dog Shaming 2

    This is hilarious!

    (Source: wallygervers, via jacketofblue)

     
  5. Artist Myriam Dion cuts rich textural patterns reminiscent of embroidered lacework right into the pages newspapers. 

    Via

    (Source: from89, via timeisthearchitect)

     
  6. englishsnow:

     Marine Beccarelli

    Gorgeous photographs!

    (via danielaruiz)

     
  7. My new project. Quite pleased with the colour combination since it was just wool I bought for other stuff! The motif is from this pattern by Red Heart.

     
  8. from89:

    Wiry Limbs, Paper Backs by  Terry Border

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    (via fuckyeahbookarts)

     
  9. ray-sussmann:

    Liquid Rocks.

    ©Raymond P Sussmann 

    (via lensblr-network)

     

  10. "As we experience faster flows of information online, we become … less patient people. But it’s not just a network effect. The phenomenon is amplified by the constant buzz of Facebook, Twitter, texting, and social networking in general. Society’s “activity rhythm” has never been so harried. Impatience is a contagion spread from gadget to gadget."