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Posted on 9th Sep at 11:07 PM, with 780 notes
"Treat people as an end, and never as a means to an end."
Immanuel Kant
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Posted on 9th Sep at 11:01 PM, with 581 notes
toiletpapercosmos:

Tadanori Yokoo from “Posthumous Works”, 1968. (more)
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toiletpapercosmos:

Tadanori Yokoo from “Posthumous Works”, 1968. (more)

Posted on 9th Sep at 10:54 PM, with 1,205 notes

generalelectric:

The 3-D printed wearables highlighted in Becca McCharen’s Chromat collection are the end product of CAD (computer aided design), CAGD (computer aided geometric design) and CAM (computer aided manufacturing) communication, which enables precise dimensions and minimizes energy consumption by using only the required amount of raw material. Unbound to fashion, 3-D printing is also utilized by GE to laser print parts for the next-generation Boeing 777X passenger jet.

- Rich Evans, sagansense.tumblr.com & Chris Ing, freshphotons.com | #iOnFashion, NYFW 2014

like the mixtake, thank you generalelectric

Posted on 9th Sep at 10:48 PM, with 396 notes

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carriejanestyle:

Rodarte’s beautiful Star Wars print gowns showcased in Paper magazine by Todd Cole

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Posted on 9th Sep at 10:47 PM, with 125 notes
officialrodarte:

SS14 Boots #rodarte
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officialrodarte:

SS14 Boots #rodarte

Posted on 3rd Sep at 11:01 PM, with 428 notes

archiemcphee:

Today the Department of Awesome Natural Wonders ventures under the sea to share some beautiful examples of feather star Crinoids, awesome marine creatures from the phylum Echinodermata described as the “flowers of the coral seas.” Crinoids are found in shallow water down to depths as great as 20,000 feet. There are currently about 600 known species of feather star, some of which grow to be more than three feet in diameter. They usually have a stem which they use to attach themselves to a substrate, but some only remain attached to a surface while they’re juveniles and become free-swimming as adults.

Click here to learn more about these stunning sea creatures.

Photos by/via Nhobgood, Alexander Vasenin, Facts And Details and Starfish.ch respectively.

[via Dark Roasted Blend]

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