hasta la victoria para siempre
I want to be in New York right now.

I want to be in New York right now.


Love this!!!!!    hrtbps:

Secret cinema found beneath Paris
In September 2004, French police discovered a hidden chamber in the catacombs under Paris. It contained a full-sized movie screen, projection equipment, a bar, a pressure cooker for making couscous, a professionally installed electricity system, and at least three phone lines. Movies ranged from 1950s noir classics to recent thrillers.
When the police returned three days later, the phone and power lines had been cut and there was a note on the floor: “Do not try to find us.” (via)

Love this!!!!!    hrtbps:

Secret cinema found beneath Paris

In September 2004, French police discovered a hidden chamber in the catacombs under Paris. It contained a full-sized movie screen, projection equipment, a bar, a pressure cooker for making couscous, a professionally installed electricity system, and at least three phone lines. Movies ranged from 1950s noir classics to recent thrillers.

When the police returned three days later, the phone and power lines had been cut and there was a note on the floor: “Do not try to find us.” (via)

awesome. pure awesome.
unconsumption:

German designer Tobias Juretzek turns old clothes into chairs.
Each chair is “composed of some 13 pounds of clothing” soaked in resin, then compressed in a mold.
(via Fast Company Co. Design)

awesome. pure awesome.

unconsumption:

German designer Tobias Juretzek turns old clothes into chairs.

Each chair is “composed of some 13 pounds of clothing” soaked in resin, then compressed in a mold.

(via Fast Company Co. Design)

yet another reason why greece is my dream vacation.
esobvio:

Natural Pool, Santorini, Greece

yet another reason why greece is my dream vacation.

esobvio:

Natural Pool, Santorini, Greece

i don’t drink wine, but i must find corks so i can do this! start donating, my wine-drinking friends :)
unconsumption:

 
It’s wine o’clock (somewhere) …
Which means it’s time to share a wine-related repurposing idea: Place corks in a shadow box and use as a mat. (Via Daily Danny; hat tip to Slow Fashioned (@slowfashioned) on Twitter.)
Here’s an earlier post showing a mat made with corks positioned horizontally. Other items in Unconsumption’s “wine o’clock” series — a semi-regular series of Friday afternoon posts — can be found here.
Cheers!

i don’t drink wine, but i must find corks so i can do this! start donating, my wine-drinking friends :)

unconsumption:

It’s wine o’clock (somewhere) …

Which means it’s time to share a wine-related repurposing idea: Place corks in a shadow box and use as a mat. (Via Daily Danny; hat tip to Slow Fashioned (@slowfashioned) on Twitter.)

Here’s an earlier post showing a mat made with corks positioned horizontally. Other items in Unconsumption’s “wine o’clock” series — a semi-regular series of Friday afternoon posts — can be found here.

Cheers!

Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing,
there is a field. I’ll meet you there.

When the soul lies down in that grass,
the world is too full to talk about.

Ideas, language, even the phrase each other
doesn’t make any sense.

Rumi
mmmm.

beeninspired:

& it shall open to green grass and flowers leading to a beautiful lake surrounded by plush trees…

walking across the brooklyn bridge. starting in the day and ending at night. it was the beginning of april. i fell in love.

walking across the brooklyn bridge. starting in the day and ending at night. it was the beginning of april. i fell in love.

Yay! Finally, some creative ideas for my cans! Tin cans everywhere with no homes… I’ve used some to pot some plants, but the cans outnumber the seedlings.
storagegeek:

Tin Can Lids by Jack Bresnahan via Dezeen
Beautiful pieces that turn cans into containers such as toothbrush holder, desk tidy, coffee and sugar canisters to name a few.
Maybe it is the white against metal finish but I think I like these better than the previously posted jar tops.

Yay! Finally, some creative ideas for my cans! Tin cans everywhere with no homes… I’ve used some to pot some plants, but the cans outnumber the seedlings.

storagegeek:

Tin Can Lids by Jack Bresnahan via Dezeen

Beautiful pieces that turn cans into containers such as toothbrush holder, desk tidy, coffee and sugar canisters to name a few.

Maybe it is the white against metal finish but I think I like these better than the previously posted jar tops.