archiemcphee:

It’s lots of fun to simply take things apart, but Oakland-based artist Jeremy Mayer takes things apart and then transforms them into entirely new things. That’s not just fun, that’s awesome. Jeremy disassembles old typewriters and reassembles their parts to create full-scale, anatomically correct sculptures of humans and animals. Jeremy uses a process known as “cold assembly”, which means no soldering, welding, or glueing is done to attach the various typewriter parts to each other.

Visit Jeremy Mayer’s website to check out more of his awesome sculptures.

[via Design Taxi]

odditiesoflife:

Moving Through Color

These breathtaking tree tunnels are famous in their perspective countries, standing as a testament to time and beauty:

  • Wisteria Tunnel, Tochigi, Japan - Ashikaga Flower Park in Tochigi is one of the best places to admire different varieties of wisteria.
  • Dark Hedges, County Antrim, Northern Ireland - This beautiful avenue of beech trees was planted by the Stuart family in the 18th century, and is one of the most photographed natural phenomena in the country.
  • Tunnel of Love, Kleven, Ukraine - This luscious green tunnel provides passage for a private train that provides wood to a local factory. The tunnel is also used by lovers to make a wish – it is said that if they are sincere in their love, their wishes will come true.
  • Ginkgo Tree Tunnel, Tokyo, Japan - Around 65,000 ginkgo trees line the streets of Tokyo; they are known as “the bearer of hope”, since some of them survived the bombing of Hiroshima. This tree tunnel is located in the outer garden of Meiji Shrine.
  • Jacarandas Walk, Johannesburg, South Africa - The Jacaranda trees explode into full blossom every October, turning the walk into a purple paradise.
  • Point Reyes, California, United States - Bishop pine, douglas fir and coast redwood are all to be found in this atmospheric part of the Pacific Coast.
  • Ashdown Forest, West Sussex, England - Much of the tree cover in the South Downs area was razed thousands of years ago, but some thickly-wooded areas remain.
  • Sena De Luna, Spain - A small Spanish village in the province of Castile and León, Sena De Luna is home to around 450 people.

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odditiesoflife:

Strange and Unusual Tombstones

Everyone has a different view of death. Some fear it. Others count down the days. Regardless of your particular view on the matter, you probably have an opinion on how you would like to be remembered. Whether is was the people lying below these tombstones or their beloved family members, someone had to make the decision on the above tombstones. It’s hard not to imagine what some of them must have been thinking.

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katblues3:

Riding…

katblues3:

Riding…

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odditiesoflife:

Amazing Digital Art

Born in Poland in 1972, digital artist Adam Martinakis currently lives and works in in Cannock, United Kingdom. His computer-generated artworks employ aspects of photorealism and surrealism to explore the human condition which he says results in a “mixture of post-fantasy futurism and abstract symbolism”.

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lizawithazed:

best. flashmob. ever.

I am legit in tears.

oh wow

wow

YES GOOD

Goosebumps

Goosebumps all over

Wow why am I crying this was amazing. Started welling up when the horns came out holy shit can’t even fucking deal right now.

I am legit a sobbing mess

One of the most beautiful things I’ve ever saw in my life…4 real !

When a Bank organizes a flashmob… Really impressive! :)

watched again….cried again…this is beautiful <3333333

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ppgfreak85:

One of the BEST ad campaigns about representation I have seen.

Everyone has a backbone. Use yours.

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