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Verner Panton, 1960s

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There’s something mesmerizing about aerial views of our planet, and designer Florian Pucher brings that magic into the home, but not as a print on your wall.

Florian uses ordinary satellite photos from across the globe and converts them into these one-of-a-kind area rugs, cleverly named Landcarpets.

Satellite Photos Converted Into Abstract Carpets

via Yatzer

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most beautiful gif i’ve ever seen.. wow. 


most beautiful gif i’ve ever seen.. wow. 

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A baby Sea turtle hitching a ride on top of a jelly fish

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| Japanese pottery |

in Marumoto

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Hag stones, also known as Holey Stones or Witch Stones, are stones that have a naturally occurring hole and are usually found near oceans and other bodies of water. They are said to be powerful protection talismans, and when worn or carried they protect the bearer from curses, hexes, negative spirits, and harm. They have also been used to prevent nightmares, being strung on a bedpost or placed underneath pillows. It is also believed that if you peer through the hole of the stone that you can see the Fae Folk and otherworldly entities. If one broke, it is thought to have used its power to protect a life. 


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Duy Anh Nhan Duc | on Tumblr - Etamine

A collaboration with photographer Isabelle Chapuis
published in Oob magazine

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