Photo 24 Sep 1 note 1963: Xaver Jermann, an employee LAUFEN, invents the first wall-hung toilet.

1963: Xaver Jermann, an employee LAUFEN, invents the first wall-hung toilet.

Photo 10 Sep 

A retired forestry engineer named Huseyin Cetinel decided to spruce up the neighborhoods of Findikli and Cihangir in Istanbul, devoting four days and $800 dollars to redecorate a massive staircase in rainbow hues. The local community fell in love with the newly adorned pedestrian passageway, tweeting up a storm of praise for the guerrilla beautification project.


http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/10/turkey-rainbow-stairs_n_3895082.html

A retired forestry engineer named Huseyin Cetinel decided to spruce up the neighborhoods of Findikli and Cihangir in Istanbul, devoting four days and $800 dollars to redecorate a massive staircase in rainbow hues. The local community fell in love with the newly adorned pedestrian passageway, tweeting up a storm of praise for the guerrilla beautification project.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/10/turkey-rainbow-stairs_n_3895082.html

Photo 5 Sep 1 note http://www.theguardian.com/world/gallery/2014/sep/05/the-float-baby-spa-in-pictures?CMP=fb_gu
Video 30 Aug

500 years of female portrait painting in one video

Photo 27 Aug 2,128 notes
Video 10 Aug

This is just simply stunning.

Video 7 Aug 238 notes

robbellcom:

propaedeuticist:

Cardboard Landscape - Ball-Nogues

cardboard. unbelievable.

(Source: propaedeuticist)

via rob bell.
Photo 6 Aug 2 notes This goes very well with the recent competition of CEO offices interiors.
The executive coloring book from 1961. Or maybe it’s fake?
http://www.sadanduseless.com/2014/06/color-me-important/

This goes very well with the recent competition of CEO offices interiors.

The executive coloring book from 1961. Or maybe it’s fake?

http://www.sadanduseless.com/2014/06/color-me-important/

Video 29 Jul

If I see that frame again on someones face I will instantly think about the log lady now and won’t stop laugh!

The Guardian at it’s best : “

The Log Lady

Fashion is all about a quirky accessory – and you can’t get much quirkier than a log. The log lady – otherwise known as Margaret Lanterman – is the biggest cult heroine of Twin Peaks and clearly had an influence on the thirtysomethings watching the series growing up. Her glasses, librarian knit and bob have been adopted by the hordes of East London – logs are only a matter of time.”

http://www.theguardian.com/fashion/2014/jul/28/-sp-twin-peaks-coolest-characters-david-lynch

Photo 28 Jul Old style second-hand shop. Should we give them heritage status?

Old style second-hand shop. Should we give them heritage status?


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