In This Online Group, People Post Stories Of People Doing Whatever They Want Despite Their Unfortunate Circumstances. The world has been one heck of a ride lately.
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The revamp is based on the national carrier's logo – a traditional crest known as a tsurumaru, in which a crane forms a circle with its outstretched wings. This motif is extrapolated into a more minimalist, red origami bird that, according to Nendo, acts as "a symbol of peace, prayer and the spirit of hospitality". Its graphic folds are referenced throughout the entire line of products, with a tag attached to accessories such as eye masks, slippers and pillows nodding to the shape of its pointed wingtips. A similar red band resembling an inverted bookmark is also wrapped around the rolled-up napkins that hold the cutlery, while the paper crane's triangular head is referenced in the folded corners of blankets, tablecloths and napkins.
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There's just nothing better than restoring something that has been neglected back to its former glory; and the dirtier it was, the better it feels. And what gets grimier than the things that get left outside? Faced to deal with the elements - the rain, the mud, the smog and pollution of our filthy world, these objects seemed beyond rescue, doomed to decay in a fetid morass of crud and muck. Enter the powerwasher. Mattel Is Releasing a Day of the Dead Barbie Doll. At restaurants like Tavern on the Green in New York and Arnaud’s in New Orleans, diners sitting down for formal meals are seen complimenting the waiter on their coffee.
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