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Trying to get intuitive and thoughtless while designing really stupid robots and sofas with attitudeTrying to get intuitive and thoughtless while designing really stupid robots and sofas with attitudeTrying to get intuitive and thoughtless while designing really stupid robots and sofas with attitudeTrying to get intuitive and thoughtless while designing really stupid robots and sofas with attitudeTrying to get intuitive and thoughtless while designing really stupid robots and sofas with attitude

Trying to get intuitive and thoughtless while designing really stupid robots and sofas with attitude. Preparations for actual designs I want to finish in Photoshop.


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more characters from a character challenge this month.more characters from a character challenge this month.more characters from a character challenge this month.

more characters from a character challenge this month.


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iheartdccu:Jason Momoa photographed by Patrik Giardino for Men’s Health UK iheartdccu:Jason Momoa photographed by Patrik Giardino for Men’s Health UK iheartdccu:Jason Momoa photographed by Patrik Giardino for Men’s Health UK iheartdccu:Jason Momoa photographed by Patrik Giardino for Men’s Health UK

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Jason Momoa photographed by Patrik Giardino for Men’s Health UK


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theimperialcourt:Imperial Chevalier Guards of the Russian Empire

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Imperial Chevalier Guards of the Russian Empire


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nerviovago:

This isn’t a wedding, y’all. This is a common game played by horse cultures of the steppe called “Kyz Kuu.” The game is played between two players, male and female. The woman wins by playfully whipping the man (notice the whip in her hand), and the man wins by kissing the woman on horseback (hence the kiss).

This game is still played today all over the Eurasian steppe.

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ohsoromanov:

Members of national folklore and ethnographic groups and employees of a museum-preserve participate in the reconstruction of daily life and traditional holidays celebrated by indigenous population of the Republic of Khakassia during a demonstration for visitors outside a traditional wooden yurt near Kazanovka village, southwest of the city of Abakan, Russia, July 24, 2015. The “Khakas aal” (Khakas settlement) ethnographic complex demonstrates the model of a traditional local settlement of the 19th century based on local traditional wooden yurts. The museum preserve is located in a picturesque forest-steppe valley near the Abakan ridge of the Kuznetsk Alatau mountain range and displays numerous objects of the cultural and historical heritage of various epochs accumulated by the people living on this territory, according to representatives. Picture taken July 24, 2015. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin


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historicaltimes: Elizabeth L. Gardner, WASP, at the controls of a B-26 Marauder. Harlingen Army Airf

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Elizabeth L. Gardner, WASP, at the controls of a B-26 Marauder. Harlingen Army Airfield in Texas. Circa, 1943

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cantinaband:John Boyega | photographed by Kurt Iswarienko. cantinaband:John Boyega | photographed by Kurt Iswarienko. cantinaband:John Boyega | photographed by Kurt Iswarienko. cantinaband:John Boyega | photographed by Kurt Iswarienko.

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John Boyega | photographed by Kurt Iswarienko.


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ohsoromanov: The Red Army’s Forgotten PhotographerHe took the defining photo of the U.S.S.R.’s victoohsoromanov: The Red Army’s Forgotten PhotographerHe took the defining photo of the U.S.S.R.’s victoohsoromanov: The Red Army’s Forgotten PhotographerHe took the defining photo of the U.S.S.R.’s victoohsoromanov: The Red Army’s Forgotten PhotographerHe took the defining photo of the U.S.S.R.’s victoohsoromanov: The Red Army’s Forgotten PhotographerHe took the defining photo of the U.S.S.R.’s victoohsoromanov: The Red Army’s Forgotten PhotographerHe took the defining photo of the U.S.S.R.’s victoohsoromanov: The Red Army’s Forgotten PhotographerHe took the defining photo of the U.S.S.R.’s victoohsoromanov: The Red Army’s Forgotten PhotographerHe took the defining photo of the U.S.S.R.’s victoohsoromanov: The Red Army’s Forgotten PhotographerHe took the defining photo of the U.S.S.R.’s victo

ohsoromanov:

The Red Army’s Forgotten Photographer

He took the defining photo of the U.S.S.R.’s victory over Nazi Germany, although many of his photographs were heavily doctored or staged for Soviet propaganda purposes. But instead of accolades from communist authorities, Yevgeny Khaldei - born 100 years ago this month - struggled to remain employed as anti-Semitism swept through the Soviet Union.

The photographer was born in Donetsk, Ukraine, in March 1917 to a family that suffered unimaginably due to anti-Semitism. In 1918, his grandfather and mother were killed during an anti-Jewish pogrom in Ukraine. Then, in the early days of World War II, his father and his father’s second wife, along with three of Yevgeny’s sisters, were killed by the Nazis. A colleague recalled that everything Khaldei had experienced in his life was reflected in the style of his photography. “That is the most important thing for a documentary photographer.“ 

 Khaldei used a Leica camera fitted with a 35-millimeter lens while working on the front lines of World War II. Some of Khaldei’s photographs were heavily doctored, and many were staged for propaganda purposes. But between the montages and propaganda, Khaldei’s archive holds exceptional examples of photojournalism.

His employer, TASS, fired him in 1948 as a wave of anti-Semitism swept through the U.S.S.R. When the Soviet mouthpiece laid off five employees, Khaldei said the reasons at first were unclear. ”[They fired] me and four Russians…but then within a month the other four guys were re-hired and I wasn’t. That’s when I knew that it was all about [my ethnicity].“

Although he was hired by Pravda, the communist newspaper in 1959, he again lost his position in 1976. The great photographer ended his days in a small apartment in the suburbs of Moscow. He died in 1997.

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Kitsch in action You still have time to think about your entry for our Tumblr Creates! Kitsch challe

Kitsch in action 

You still have time to think about your entry for our Tumblr Creates! Kitsch challenge! 

Checkthe rules here


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Mitsubishi MMR25 Amazing Concept.This is really strangest concept of Mitsubishi, The Mitsubishi MMR2

Mitsubishi MMR25 Amazing Concept.

This is really strangest concept of Mitsubishi, The Mitsubishi MMR25 showcases a shocking look, with multi-terrain, omnidirectional wheels which consist of eight independently-controlled motors, allowing for “8 x 4” wheel drive so that the car can be driven forward while pointing in any direction. “The MMR25 drives sideways into a corner and points the nose of the car outwards before even reaching the apex of the curve while driving sideways or backwards.”The MMR25 also uses special Oblique Aerodynamics to give the vehicle aero advantages. The center wing acts as a spoiler, actuated by pneumatic and fabricated from Memory Metal Alloy while the front and rear spoilers double as suspension blades which are able to control stiffness and ride height.


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Jessica - “Because It’s Spring" Teaser PicsJessica - “Because It’s Spring" Teaser Pics

Jessica - “Because It’s Spring" Teaser Pics


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daantjebons: ‘It’s just nature’ © Daantje Bons

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‘It’s just nature’ © Daantje Bons


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