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when life goes harro


So this is my blog. I'm not making a diary in some notebook that I keep hidden in my room, because secretly I want people to know what I'm thinking about. This is supposed to be about my daily living habits and recent thoughts and stuff I find that I like. I am going to totally embarrass myself on here, but whatever lol.




Harro?



urbankoi:

The Philip Johnson Glass House, CT. 

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crydaisy:

"ahh yes a 2007 Pinot from…Napa Valley I believe? A very good year"

crydaisy:

"ahh yes a 2007 Pinot from…Napa Valley I believe? A very good year"

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british-vogue:

Naomi Campbell with Malaika Firth, Alewya Demmisse and Riley Montana photographed by Bruce Weber for the September 2014 issue. 
WATCH an exclusive video with the supermodel here

british-vogue:

Naomi Campbell with Malaika Firth, Alewya Demmisse and Riley Montana photographed by Bruce Weber for the September 2014 issue. 

WATCH an exclusive video with the supermodel here

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Nikolay Sazhin, A Male figure from the Back, supported by One Foot, 1990

Nikolay SazhinA Male figure from the Back, supported by One Foot, 1990

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akimanart:

海洋堂 キャミィ ファッシネイションブラック

akimanart:

海洋堂 キャミィ 
ファッシネイションブラック

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Furano

Furano

Trick Art Museum, Furano, Hokkaido

Trick Art Museum, Furano, Hokkaido

(Source: blog.jhchoi.com)

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Wire Sculpture by Gavin Worth

From Cairo, Egypt, (by way of Zimbabwe, New Mexico, and San Francisco) multidisciplinary artist Gavin Worth creates beautifully expressive wire sculptures. Rather than sculptures fully in the round, Worth’s wire creations are closer to three-dimensional renderings of contour line drawings. The thin wire used also causes the sculpture to visually take on a different form, depending on which vantage point you view it from. We think the emotion shown through such simple materials is impressive. Well done!