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miscojones33:

ingenierodelmonton:

Impresora de bolsillo, por Zuta Labs.

¡Imprimir con tu móvil desde cualquier sitio ahora es posible! Además incorpora batería y es capaz de imprimir en cualquier tipo de hoja.

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Si, pero a esta no la puedes dar un puñetazo cuando no imprime… 

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lorriebm11:

buttpoems:

a drawing about optimism

I don’t know why but that last line made me laugh really hard

lorriebm11:

buttpoems:

a drawing about optimism

I don’t know why but that last line made me laugh really hard

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ymutate:

 Caleb Reid-Boquist

ymutate:

 Caleb Reid-Boquist


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weandthecolor:

More of the fine art prints by Liz Brizzi on WE AND THE COLOR
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weandthecolor:

More of the fine art prints by Liz Brizzi on WE AND THE COLOR

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imeige:

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ジェネレーションギャップ

imeige:

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ジェネレーションギャップ

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reginasworld:

The Ryugyong Hotel is a true display of North Korea’s madness. Work started on this 105 story hotel only a few years before a massive famine plagued the country. Abandoned for 16 years, work once again began in 2008, when it was coated in $150 million worth of glass. Foreign guests have reported that although the structure now looks complete on the outside, a lot of the interior is still abandoned and incomplete.

reginasworld:

The Ryugyong Hotel is a true display of North Korea’s madness. Work started on this 105 story hotel only a few years before a massive famine plagued the country. Abandoned for 16 years, work once again began in 2008, when it was coated in $150 million worth of glass. Foreign guests have reported that although the structure now looks complete on the outside, a lot of the interior is still abandoned and incomplete.

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reclaimtheswastika:

Red Swastika Society, China, 1930’s.

reclaimtheswastika:

Red Swastika Society, China, 1930’s.

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repulsion66:

Kumi Sugai, Festival VI, 1972

repulsion66:

Kumi Sugai, Festival VI, 1972

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theshipthatflew:

mythologyofblue: Via 50 Watts, 1960s illustrations for Don Quixote from around the world. +


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