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  • Me: "Am I breathing real loud? Like bad snoring loud?"
  • Person sitting near me: *flicks eyes towards me*
  • Me: "OMG they're looking at me! I must be breathing really loud."
  • "They're still looking. Shit! Hold your breath so you're not breathing
  • loud."
  • "Can they hear what I'm thinking?"
  • "They're still looking. Running...out...of...oxygen."
  • *Breathes out*
  • "Did I exhale real loud too?"
  • *Takes earphone out, pretend to check earphones are working and breathes really loud to test pitch*
  • "Nope, okay I'm not that loud"
  • Ladies and gentlemen the way my mind works.
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mymodernmet:

Photographer Rui Calçada Bastos used a mirrored suitcase as the main focus to develop this engaging series, The Mirror Suitcase Man, in which images overlap in complex arrangements. Using light and reflections, Calçada Bastos captured moments in which a man carries a suitcase across a fragmented scene.

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designdust:

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Always a soft spot for paper craft. Loving these veg of the day designs by  Polly Lindsay

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3D printed hermit crab shells by Aki Inomata

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Candy inspired by movies by Cineca http://cineca.si/

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tahil:

Marion Bolognesi y su increíble talento para diluir el color. 

Más aquí: http://bit.ly/QlxrHq

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mymodernmet:

Japanese artist Azuma Makoto recently ventured to Nevada’s Black Rock Desert to launch a 50-year-old pine bonsai and a colorful floral arrangement into space. The mission, titled Exobotanica, aimed to explore the transformation of the plants into exobiota (extraterrestrial life) in outer space.

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mymodernmet:

Turkish artist Hasan Kale creates incredibly tiny works of art on the surfaces of food.

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1. Migratory Soul

2. The Hermit

Art by Josh Keyes

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mymodernmet:

New Jersey-based artist Gregory Halili creates stunning bas-relief skulls delicately hand-carved and painted on mother of pearl shells. He prefers to work with gold-lip and black-lip mother of pearl found in shells collected from the Philippines, first carving them by hand and then using oil paint to dab muted tones of color onto the iridescent surface.

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mymodernmet:

Amsterdam-based artist Berndnaut Smilde is best known for his fantastical, multidisciplinary Nimbus series, in which individual clouds appear to magically float in empty rooms.

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mymodernmet:

Belgian photographer Isabelle Menin creates richly gorgeous and expressive portraits of flowers. She calls her work “inland photographs and disordered landscapes” in reference to the parallels between the strange complexity of nature and of humans.

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