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archiemcphee:

Just in time for Easter, here’s a brand new entry from the Department of Extraordinary Eggshell Artists: Polish artist Piotr Bockenheim spends countless hours using a tiny electric drill, an awesomely delicate touch, and immeasurable patience to turn goose egg shells into exquisite sculptures.
Head over to Piotr’s DeviantART gallery to view more.
[via Colossal]
archiemcphee:

Just in time for Easter, here’s a brand new entry from the Department of Extraordinary Eggshell Artists: Polish artist Piotr Bockenheim spends countless hours using a tiny electric drill, an awesomely delicate touch, and immeasurable patience to turn goose egg shells into exquisite sculptures.
Head over to Piotr’s DeviantART gallery to view more.
[via Colossal]
archiemcphee:

Just in time for Easter, here’s a brand new entry from the Department of Extraordinary Eggshell Artists: Polish artist Piotr Bockenheim spends countless hours using a tiny electric drill, an awesomely delicate touch, and immeasurable patience to turn goose egg shells into exquisite sculptures.
Head over to Piotr’s DeviantART gallery to view more.
[via Colossal]
archiemcphee:

Just in time for Easter, here’s a brand new entry from the Department of Extraordinary Eggshell Artists: Polish artist Piotr Bockenheim spends countless hours using a tiny electric drill, an awesomely delicate touch, and immeasurable patience to turn goose egg shells into exquisite sculptures.
Head over to Piotr’s DeviantART gallery to view more.
[via Colossal]
archiemcphee:

Just in time for Easter, here’s a brand new entry from the Department of Extraordinary Eggshell Artists: Polish artist Piotr Bockenheim spends countless hours using a tiny electric drill, an awesomely delicate touch, and immeasurable patience to turn goose egg shells into exquisite sculptures.
Head over to Piotr’s DeviantART gallery to view more.
[via Colossal]
archiemcphee:

Just in time for Easter, here’s a brand new entry from the Department of Extraordinary Eggshell Artists: Polish artist Piotr Bockenheim spends countless hours using a tiny electric drill, an awesomely delicate touch, and immeasurable patience to turn goose egg shells into exquisite sculptures.
Head over to Piotr’s DeviantART gallery to view more.
[via Colossal]
archiemcphee:

Just in time for Easter, here’s a brand new entry from the Department of Extraordinary Eggshell Artists: Polish artist Piotr Bockenheim spends countless hours using a tiny electric drill, an awesomely delicate touch, and immeasurable patience to turn goose egg shells into exquisite sculptures.
Head over to Piotr’s DeviantART gallery to view more.
[via Colossal]
archiemcphee:

Just in time for Easter, here’s a brand new entry from the Department of Extraordinary Eggshell Artists: Polish artist Piotr Bockenheim spends countless hours using a tiny electric drill, an awesomely delicate touch, and immeasurable patience to turn goose egg shells into exquisite sculptures.
Head over to Piotr’s DeviantART gallery to view more.
[via Colossal]
archiemcphee:

Just in time for Easter, here’s a brand new entry from the Department of Extraordinary Eggshell Artists: Polish artist Piotr Bockenheim spends countless hours using a tiny electric drill, an awesomely delicate touch, and immeasurable patience to turn goose egg shells into exquisite sculptures.
Head over to Piotr’s DeviantART gallery to view more.
[via Colossal]

archiemcphee:

Just in time for Easter, here’s a brand new entry from the Department of Extraordinary Eggshell Artists: Polish artist Piotr Bockenheim spends countless hours using a tiny electric drill, an awesomely delicate touch, and immeasurable patience to turn goose egg shells into exquisite sculptures.

Head over to Piotr’s DeviantART gallery to view more.

[via Colossal]

third-eyes:

staceythinx:

Science-inspired necklaces from the Delftia Etsy store

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third-eyes:

staceythinx:

Science-inspired necklaces from the Delftia Etsy store

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third-eyes:

staceythinx:

Science-inspired necklaces from the Delftia Etsy store

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third-eyes:

staceythinx:

Science-inspired necklaces from the Delftia Etsy store

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third-eyes:

staceythinx:

Science-inspired necklaces from the Delftia Etsy store

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third-eyes:

staceythinx:

Science-inspired necklaces from the Delftia Etsy store

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third-eyes:

staceythinx:

Science-inspired necklaces from the Delftia Etsy store

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third-eyes:

staceythinx:

Science-inspired necklaces from the Delftia Etsy store

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third-eyes:

staceythinx:

Science-inspired necklaces from the Delftia Etsy store

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Believe it or not, these four squares move at the same constant speed.

liquid-lightning:

librarienne:

rose-verres:

“A three second exposure meant that subjects had to stand very still to avoid being blurred, and holding a smile for that period was tricky. As a result, we have a tendency to see our Victorian ancestors as even more formal and stern than they might have been.”
liquid-lightning:

librarienne:

rose-verres:

“A three second exposure meant that subjects had to stand very still to avoid being blurred, and holding a smile for that period was tricky. As a result, we have a tendency to see our Victorian ancestors as even more formal and stern than they might have been.”
liquid-lightning:

librarienne:

rose-verres:

“A three second exposure meant that subjects had to stand very still to avoid being blurred, and holding a smile for that period was tricky. As a result, we have a tendency to see our Victorian ancestors as even more formal and stern than they might have been.”
liquid-lightning:

librarienne:

rose-verres:

“A three second exposure meant that subjects had to stand very still to avoid being blurred, and holding a smile for that period was tricky. As a result, we have a tendency to see our Victorian ancestors as even more formal and stern than they might have been.”

liquid-lightning:

librarienne:

rose-verres:

“A three second exposure meant that subjects had to stand very still to avoid being blurred, and holding a smile for that period was tricky. As a result, we have a tendency to see our Victorian ancestors as even more formal and stern than they might have been.”

cvinceillustration:

Frog skeleton lino cuts from last night
cvinceillustration:

Frog skeleton lino cuts from last night
cvinceillustration:

Frog skeleton lino cuts from last night

cvinceillustration:

Frog skeleton lino cuts from last night

howstuffworks:

Want to see a gallery of 24 Amazing, Neat and Plain Old Pretty Easter Egg Ideas? Of course, you do! 
howstuffworks:

Want to see a gallery of 24 Amazing, Neat and Plain Old Pretty Easter Egg Ideas? Of course, you do! 
howstuffworks:

Want to see a gallery of 24 Amazing, Neat and Plain Old Pretty Easter Egg Ideas? Of course, you do! 
howstuffworks:

Want to see a gallery of 24 Amazing, Neat and Plain Old Pretty Easter Egg Ideas? Of course, you do! 
howstuffworks:

Want to see a gallery of 24 Amazing, Neat and Plain Old Pretty Easter Egg Ideas? Of course, you do! 
howstuffworks:

Want to see a gallery of 24 Amazing, Neat and Plain Old Pretty Easter Egg Ideas? Of course, you do! 
howstuffworks:

Want to see a gallery of 24 Amazing, Neat and Plain Old Pretty Easter Egg Ideas? Of course, you do! 
howstuffworks:

Want to see a gallery of 24 Amazing, Neat and Plain Old Pretty Easter Egg Ideas? Of course, you do! 
howstuffworks:

Want to see a gallery of 24 Amazing, Neat and Plain Old Pretty Easter Egg Ideas? Of course, you do! 
howstuffworks:

Want to see a gallery of 24 Amazing, Neat and Plain Old Pretty Easter Egg Ideas? Of course, you do! 

howstuffworks:

Want to see a gallery of 24 Amazing, Neat and Plain Old Pretty Easter Egg Ideas? Of course, you do! 

agentsofshield:

Artist Pascal Campion brings us the next limited-edition poster in the Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD: #TheArtofLevel7 series. This piece spotlights Tuesday’s “The Only Light In The Darkness” episode: http://abc.tv/QlfE8A. Purchase this print now at www.MarvelStore.com.

fotojournalismus:

Hebron, West Bank | April 10, 2014
Photos by Ammar Awad/Reuters
1. A Palestinian vendor organises a display of glass ornaments in a glass factory.
2. A Palestinian man paints a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
3. A Palestinian man paints a traditional ceramic plate in a ceramic factory.
4. Palestinians work in a ceramic factory.
5. A Palestinian man uses a potter’s wheel to make a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
6. A Palestinian glassblower uses a blowpipe to make a traditional vase in a workshop.
fotojournalismus:

Hebron, West Bank | April 10, 2014
Photos by Ammar Awad/Reuters
1. A Palestinian vendor organises a display of glass ornaments in a glass factory.
2. A Palestinian man paints a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
3. A Palestinian man paints a traditional ceramic plate in a ceramic factory.
4. Palestinians work in a ceramic factory.
5. A Palestinian man uses a potter’s wheel to make a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
6. A Palestinian glassblower uses a blowpipe to make a traditional vase in a workshop.
fotojournalismus:

Hebron, West Bank | April 10, 2014
Photos by Ammar Awad/Reuters
1. A Palestinian vendor organises a display of glass ornaments in a glass factory.
2. A Palestinian man paints a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
3. A Palestinian man paints a traditional ceramic plate in a ceramic factory.
4. Palestinians work in a ceramic factory.
5. A Palestinian man uses a potter’s wheel to make a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
6. A Palestinian glassblower uses a blowpipe to make a traditional vase in a workshop.
fotojournalismus:

Hebron, West Bank | April 10, 2014
Photos by Ammar Awad/Reuters
1. A Palestinian vendor organises a display of glass ornaments in a glass factory.
2. A Palestinian man paints a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
3. A Palestinian man paints a traditional ceramic plate in a ceramic factory.
4. Palestinians work in a ceramic factory.
5. A Palestinian man uses a potter’s wheel to make a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
6. A Palestinian glassblower uses a blowpipe to make a traditional vase in a workshop.
fotojournalismus:

Hebron, West Bank | April 10, 2014
Photos by Ammar Awad/Reuters
1. A Palestinian vendor organises a display of glass ornaments in a glass factory.
2. A Palestinian man paints a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
3. A Palestinian man paints a traditional ceramic plate in a ceramic factory.
4. Palestinians work in a ceramic factory.
5. A Palestinian man uses a potter’s wheel to make a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
6. A Palestinian glassblower uses a blowpipe to make a traditional vase in a workshop.
fotojournalismus:

Hebron, West Bank | April 10, 2014
Photos by Ammar Awad/Reuters
1. A Palestinian vendor organises a display of glass ornaments in a glass factory.
2. A Palestinian man paints a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
3. A Palestinian man paints a traditional ceramic plate in a ceramic factory.
4. Palestinians work in a ceramic factory.
5. A Palestinian man uses a potter’s wheel to make a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.
6. A Palestinian glassblower uses a blowpipe to make a traditional vase in a workshop.

fotojournalismus:

Hebron, West Bank | April 10, 2014

Photos by Ammar Awad/Reuters

1. A Palestinian vendor organises a display of glass ornaments in a glass factory.

2. A Palestinian man paints a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.

3. A Palestinian man paints a traditional ceramic plate in a ceramic factory.

4. Palestinians work in a ceramic factory.

5. A Palestinian man uses a potter’s wheel to make a traditional vase in a ceramic factory.

6. A Palestinian glassblower uses a blowpipe to make a traditional vase in a workshop.

keylimepiesandcaipirinhas:

The perfect gif. Nothing is better than infinitely pouring wine.

edit: drinking it is better than pouring it.

keylimepiesandcaipirinhas:

The perfect gif. Nothing is better than infinitely pouring wine. edit: drinking it is better than pouring it.

buggirl:

"I saw this come across my dash and was surprised it wasn’t from you! Thought you might find it interesting. "-vices
Ha!  I wish.  We didn’t find a male this time.  I guess I’ll just have to go back to find one  :)

buggirl:

"I saw this come across my dash and was surprised it wasn’t from you! Thought you might find it interesting. "-vices

Ha!  I wish.  We didn’t find a male this time.  I guess I’ll just have to go back to find one  :)

"Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could; some blunders and absurdities have crept in; forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day."
Ralph Waldo Emerson (via serialchillin)

humansofnewyork:

"It’s not as bad as people make it sound. Sure, you created a little monster that you have to take care of. But it’s a blast."

maddieonthings:

"The masters voice"
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My remake with Maddie of the Classic RCA logo 🎶