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geographilic:

A natural arch in Lower Antelope Canyon, Arizona

geographilic:

A natural arch in Lower Antelope Canyon, Arizona


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thisoldapt:

You’re 5 items and a couple of hours away from a real-life hairpin-leg coffee table. Here’s the Step-by-Step. -ts
Show us YOUR coffee table (whether you built it or not) here.

thisoldapt:

You’re 5 items and a couple of hours away from a real-life hairpin-leg coffee table. Here’s the Step-by-Step. -ts

Show us YOUR coffee table (whether you built it or not) here.


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thisoldapt:

Here’s a random nerdy project to kill any weekend boredom: Everything You Need to Punch Tin via thisoldhouse:

During the colonial era, punched tin made its mark on everything from lanterns to cupboards. Today, these intricate designs on metal can lend furniture and built-ins a unique, handcrafted look—and, thankfully, you don’t need to apprentice yourself to a master to make them. Though he uses specialty tools and metals he weathers by hand, second-generation tinsmith Richard Lavy of Katie’s Colonial Lighting insists that any novice can tackle the process with little more than a sketched pattern on paper, a sheet of tin or copper, and a hammer and chisel or nailset. Inspired to personalize your cabinets with some punched tin? Read on for other off-the-shelf items Lavy suggests for creating panels at home. More

thisoldapt:

Here’s a random nerdy project to kill any weekend boredom: Everything You Need to Punch Tin via thisoldhouse:

During the colonial era, punched tin made its mark on everything from lanterns to cupboards. Today, these intricate designs on metal can lend furniture and built-ins a unique, handcrafted look—and, thankfully, you don’t need to apprentice yourself to a master to make them. Though he uses specialty tools and metals he weathers by hand, second-generation tinsmith Richard Lavy of Katie’s Colonial Lighting insists that any novice can tackle the process with little more than a sketched pattern on paper, a sheet of tin or copper, and a hammer and chisel or nailset. Inspired to personalize your cabinets with some punched tin? Read on for other off-the-shelf items Lavy suggests for creating panels at home. More


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retrogasm:

Stunning!

retrogasm:

Stunning!


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cjwho:

The Hälssen & Lyon Tea Calendar by Kolle Rebbe, Hamburg

The Hälssen & Lyon tea calendar is the first calendar in the world to feature calendar days made from tea leaves. Finely flavoured and pressed until wafer-thin, the 365 calendar days can be individually detached and brewed directly in the cup with hot water. The tea calendar was sent exclusively to selected business partners.

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bklyn-finest:

Can i get an amen?

bklyn-finest:

Can i get an amen?


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nevver:

Drinking is bad, feelings are worse - Nick Barclay


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syfycity:

Berkey-style space station by Dylan Colehttp://syfycity.tumblr.com

syfycity:

Berkey-style space station by Dylan Cole

http://syfycity.tumblr.com


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uncannybrettwhite:

in 1990, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles appeared on “The Oprah Winfrey Show” to promote their Pizza Hut album, “Coming Out of Their Shells.” My mom recorded it on a VHS tape for me, and labeled it “TURTLES ON OPRAH.” That VHS tape sat in my entertainment center for over a decade, before getting popped into a VCR one evening in high school when me and my friends were bored. 

Everything changed.

This is 43 minutes of nostalgic ’90s insanity. Oprah Winfrey, trying her hardest to wrangle an audience of 9 year olds that JUST want to see the Turtles fight — even though the Turtles keep telling them that they are done with violence. There are dance numbers, awkward questions, and a grown woman wearing a Turtles costume just sitting in the audience, unexplained.

As far as I know, no other copy of this exists. I have never found it online, and all I’ve seen on YouTube is a video of the final ten minutes, with a warped aspect ratio. I digitized this around 2003 to put on VCD’s for my friends. I just discovered the file. I just uploaded it to YouTube.

Everything has changed again.

This is incredible.

WHAT

THIS IS AMAZING


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