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emiliegrant:

African Spotted Eagle Owl (Bubo africanus)
Pencil/Digital
(C) Emilie Grant
http://society6.com/emiliegrant

emiliegrant:

African Spotted Eagle Owl (Bubo africanus)

Pencil/Digital

(C) Emilie Grant

http://society6.com/emiliegrant

(via scientificillustration)

explore-blog:

Destin from Smarter Every Day uses a Phantom camera to show the miraculous mechanics of how fish eat in slow motion. Also from him, a fascinating look at how bird wings work.

(HT Doobybrain)

bevsi:

「思い出のマーニー」劇場本予告映像

this movie is going to ruin me

(Source: youtube.com, via aantifreeze)

athousandfacets:

MELANIE GEORGACOPOULOS
I love Melanie’s work, I’ve posted it before and I love her new pieces!
about:
Born and raised in Athens to a Greek father and a French mother, London-based designer Melanie Georgacopoulos’ passion for jewellery flows from her early experiences and international background; as a young girl being taken around museums she marvelled at the timelessness of ancient greek jewellery.
Melanie’s childhood influences would soon turn into ideas about how to redefine culturally invested symbols of power and wealth through jewellery design itself. She gained solid silversmithing technique foundations at the Mokume Institute in Athens. In her subsequent studies at Edinburgh College of Art (Sculpture) and later at the RCA (Masters in jewellery), her combined passions for multi dimensional form, metal and the pearl found a unique voice, engaging directly with sculpture, architecture and fashion.
In London, Melanie first started designing for small companies as well as internationally renown brands, before giving first expression to her now trademark concept: challenging ideas about classic pearl jewellery. Here she set to capture the elemental quality of the only organic precious stone and to reinvest it with modern meanings far removed from tradition. Since then she has been exploring the endless aesthetic possibilities that the pearl can provide as jewellery. Her work constantly defies convention, bringing the pearl to the domains of art and high fashion, whilst retaining its quality as a wearable accessory.
Melanie set up her own company in 2010. Since then her pieces have been featured in fashion press worldwide and sold by selected stockists. She continues to develop her original concept in her main M/G line alongside high profile international collaborations. In 2012 she began working with the world renowned fine Japanese jeweller Tasaki and more recently she has been pushing design boundaries to further acclaim, adding diamonds to the pearls of her M/G Couture repertoire.

athousandfacets:

MELANIE GEORGACOPOULOS

I love Melanie’s work, I’ve posted it before and I love her new pieces!

about:

Born and raised in Athens to a Greek father and a French mother, London-based designer Melanie Georgacopoulos’ passion for jewellery flows from her early experiences and international background; as a young girl being taken around museums she marvelled at the timelessness of ancient greek jewellery.

Melanie’s childhood influences would soon turn into ideas about how to redefine culturally invested symbols of power and wealth through jewellery design itself. She gained solid silversmithing technique foundations at the Mokume Institute in Athens. In her subsequent studies at Edinburgh College of Art (Sculpture) and later at the RCA (Masters in jewellery), her combined passions for multi dimensional form, metal and the pearl found a unique voice, engaging directly with sculpture, architecture and fashion.

In London, Melanie first started designing for small companies as well as internationally renown brands, before giving first expression to her now trademark concept: challenging ideas about classic pearl jewellery. Here she set to capture the elemental quality of the only organic precious stone and to reinvest it with modern meanings far removed from tradition. Since then she has been exploring the endless aesthetic possibilities that the pearl can provide as jewellery. Her work constantly defies convention, bringing the pearl to the domains of art and high fashion, whilst retaining its quality as a wearable accessory.

Melanie set up her own company in 2010. Since then her pieces have been featured in fashion press worldwide and sold by selected stockists. She continues to develop her original concept in her main M/G line alongside high profile international collaborations. In 2012 she began working with the world renowned fine Japanese jeweller Tasaki and more recently she has been pushing design boundaries to further acclaim, adding diamonds to the pearls of her M/G Couture repertoire.

thingsorganizedneatly:

Still life from Apartamento magazine. See the full series here.

thingsorganizedneatly:

Still life from Apartamento magazine. See the full series here.

Think lightly of yourself and deeply of the world
– Miyamoto Musashi  (via likeafieldmouse)

(Source: thinkwingman, via darksilenceinsuburbia)

sdzoo:

Today is World Nude Day, and while we have no intention of honoring it, some of us have no choice—like the naked mole-rat. Fun fact: Naked mole-rats live longer than any other rodent, and have been known to chew through concrete. Learn more about these curious little nudists.

At least I walked the neighborhood barefoot

(Source: Flickr / sdzooglobal)

palomster:

tootricky:

Chibi the conure relaxes and enjoys scritches (source)

LET ME KISS IT

(via molasses-feet)

emiliegrant:

African Spotted Eagle Owl (Bubo africanus)
Pencil/Digital
(C) Emilie Grant
http://society6.com/emiliegrant

emiliegrant:

African Spotted Eagle Owl (Bubo africanus)

Pencil/Digital

(C) Emilie Grant

http://society6.com/emiliegrant

(via scientificillustration)

explore-blog:

Destin from Smarter Every Day uses a Phantom camera to show the miraculous mechanics of how fish eat in slow motion. Also from him, a fascinating look at how bird wings work.

(HT Doobybrain)

bevsi:

「思い出のマーニー」劇場本予告映像

this movie is going to ruin me

(Source: youtube.com, via aantifreeze)

athousandfacets:

MELANIE GEORGACOPOULOS
I love Melanie’s work, I’ve posted it before and I love her new pieces!
about:
Born and raised in Athens to a Greek father and a French mother, London-based designer Melanie Georgacopoulos’ passion for jewellery flows from her early experiences and international background; as a young girl being taken around museums she marvelled at the timelessness of ancient greek jewellery.
Melanie’s childhood influences would soon turn into ideas about how to redefine culturally invested symbols of power and wealth through jewellery design itself. She gained solid silversmithing technique foundations at the Mokume Institute in Athens. In her subsequent studies at Edinburgh College of Art (Sculpture) and later at the RCA (Masters in jewellery), her combined passions for multi dimensional form, metal and the pearl found a unique voice, engaging directly with sculpture, architecture and fashion.
In London, Melanie first started designing for small companies as well as internationally renown brands, before giving first expression to her now trademark concept: challenging ideas about classic pearl jewellery. Here she set to capture the elemental quality of the only organic precious stone and to reinvest it with modern meanings far removed from tradition. Since then she has been exploring the endless aesthetic possibilities that the pearl can provide as jewellery. Her work constantly defies convention, bringing the pearl to the domains of art and high fashion, whilst retaining its quality as a wearable accessory.
Melanie set up her own company in 2010. Since then her pieces have been featured in fashion press worldwide and sold by selected stockists. She continues to develop her original concept in her main M/G line alongside high profile international collaborations. In 2012 she began working with the world renowned fine Japanese jeweller Tasaki and more recently she has been pushing design boundaries to further acclaim, adding diamonds to the pearls of her M/G Couture repertoire.

athousandfacets:

MELANIE GEORGACOPOULOS

I love Melanie’s work, I’ve posted it before and I love her new pieces!

about:

Born and raised in Athens to a Greek father and a French mother, London-based designer Melanie Georgacopoulos’ passion for jewellery flows from her early experiences and international background; as a young girl being taken around museums she marvelled at the timelessness of ancient greek jewellery.

Melanie’s childhood influences would soon turn into ideas about how to redefine culturally invested symbols of power and wealth through jewellery design itself. She gained solid silversmithing technique foundations at the Mokume Institute in Athens. In her subsequent studies at Edinburgh College of Art (Sculpture) and later at the RCA (Masters in jewellery), her combined passions for multi dimensional form, metal and the pearl found a unique voice, engaging directly with sculpture, architecture and fashion.

In London, Melanie first started designing for small companies as well as internationally renown brands, before giving first expression to her now trademark concept: challenging ideas about classic pearl jewellery. Here she set to capture the elemental quality of the only organic precious stone and to reinvest it with modern meanings far removed from tradition. Since then she has been exploring the endless aesthetic possibilities that the pearl can provide as jewellery. Her work constantly defies convention, bringing the pearl to the domains of art and high fashion, whilst retaining its quality as a wearable accessory.

Melanie set up her own company in 2010. Since then her pieces have been featured in fashion press worldwide and sold by selected stockists. She continues to develop her original concept in her main M/G line alongside high profile international collaborations. In 2012 she began working with the world renowned fine Japanese jeweller Tasaki and more recently she has been pushing design boundaries to further acclaim, adding diamonds to the pearls of her M/G Couture repertoire.

thingsorganizedneatly:

Still life from Apartamento magazine. See the full series here.

thingsorganizedneatly:

Still life from Apartamento magazine. See the full series here.

Think lightly of yourself and deeply of the world
– Miyamoto Musashi  (via likeafieldmouse)

(Source: thinkwingman, via darksilenceinsuburbia)

sdzoo:

Today is World Nude Day, and while we have no intention of honoring it, some of us have no choice—like the naked mole-rat. Fun fact: Naked mole-rats live longer than any other rodent, and have been known to chew through concrete. Learn more about these curious little nudists.

At least I walked the neighborhood barefoot

(Source: Flickr / sdzooglobal)

(Source: zay4ik, via champagnesquishee)

palomster:

tootricky:

Chibi the conure relaxes and enjoys scritches (source)

LET ME KISS IT

(via molasses-feet)

Joie de Vivre, besties fo’ life
"Think lightly of yourself and deeply of the world"

About:

The Pilsooki Challenge is derived from Dream High, KBS 2011, Episode 8: loose 30 kg in 200 days.

This blog will follow both food, nutrition and fitness, and the relationships associated thereof. -- With the above quest in mind. Fighting!

(Oh yeah and to learning to b-boy and free run through the forest by 40 (8year countdown!)

Also: learning using the diaphragm of (Japanese and Korean) pop culture....err and music, in general, probably.