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  1. Movement is what keeps me going.

     
     
  2. Hi earthlings! Its been longgg since my last post. Life has been … Hmm should i put it… Challenging yet fun perhaps are the right words. Many ups and downs i’ve gone through but thats what makes life life right? I am grateful for whatever i have now :) turned 24 last year made me realise how time flies, like a rocket! I tried to note everything that interest/surprise/amaze/etc me in this blog. Afterall its our stories that will be remembered. Writing your own stories means you appreciate what life gives you. I’ll try my best to write as regular as i can 💪

     
     
  3. explore-blog:

    Absolutely adorable, quirky anatomical posters by designer and illustrator Rachel Ignotofsky. Pair with these lovely vintage illustrations of the human body and a 2,000-year visual history of anatomical art.

    ( It’s Okay To Be Smart)

    (Source: explore-blog)

     
     
  4. photojojo:

    It must feel incredibly satisfying to shoot with a camera you built yourself, which is why Lomography has come up with the 35mm Konstruktor set. The idea behind the DIY kit is to help people understand the fundamentals of analogue photography.

    Build Your Own 35mm SLR from Lomography

    via Swiss Miss

    I want!

     
     
  5. conflictingheart:

Bear meets bear

Too cute!

    conflictingheart:

    Bear meets bear

    Too cute!

     
     
  6. Daily Reminder!

     
     
  7. A is for Aurora Borealis

Dear aurora!
     
     
  8. fuckyeahbookarts:

Fully Booked: Ink On Paper by Gestalten

I’ll level with you here, we’re getting pretty tired of the print vs digital debate. We love the endless scroll and unbridled sharing of the internet just as much as we love the tactility and uniquely possessive nature of books. Can’t we all just get along here guys? Still, when Gestalten get in touch with news that they’re producing a volume dedicated to the very best in book design and print innovation it IS pretty tempting to tell digital where to shove it.
But we’d never stoop that low. We’d rather celebrate the arrival of this fresh new tome, Fully Booked: Ink On Paper, by telling you that it celebrates the very best of what print does well; foiling, debossing, Japanese binding, experimental print techniques, unique formats and really exceptional design. It’s reassuringly full of work by some of the finest practitioners and publishers in the world today, and as you’d expect from a work that wrestles with such weighty content, it’s beautifully designed too.
So enough of the squabbling everybody, print’s still going strong, but that doesn’t mean you have to set fire to your iPad; it’s much more exciting to live in a world in which we can celebrate books on the internet and glorify gadgets in print. (Source: itsnicethat.com)

    fuckyeahbookarts:

    Fully Booked: Ink On Paper by Gestalten

    I’ll level with you here, we’re getting pretty tired of the print vs digital debate. We love the endless scroll and unbridled sharing of the internet just as much as we love the tactility and uniquely possessive nature of books. Can’t we all just get along here guys? Still, when Gestalten get in touch with news that they’re producing a volume dedicated to the very best in book design and print innovation it IS pretty tempting to tell digital where to shove it.

    But we’d never stoop that low. We’d rather celebrate the arrival of this fresh new tome, Fully Booked: Ink On Paper, by telling you that it celebrates the very best of what print does well; foiling, debossing, Japanese binding, experimental print techniques, unique formats and really exceptional design. It’s reassuringly full of work by some of the finest practitioners and publishers in the world today, and as you’d expect from a work that wrestles with such weighty content, it’s beautifully designed too.

    So enough of the squabbling everybody, print’s still going strong, but that doesn’t mean you have to set fire to your iPad; it’s much more exciting to live in a world in which we can celebrate books on the internet and glorify gadgets in print. (Source: itsnicethat.com)

     
     
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  10. teachingliteracy:

a nook with a view (by Swiv)

    teachingliteracy:

    a nook with a view (by Swiv)

     
     
  11. This is what now!

    This is what now!

     
     
  12. leilockheart:

by Unknown Author

    leilockheart:

    by Unknown Author