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Lucy Knisley - The First Six Books!

Lucy Knisley - The First Six Books!
These are awesome! I love the style. And 'Cho the one that I want' is one of the very best puns I've ever heard. Bravo. (Deleted comment) That's not Hermione's cat. GODDAMN YOU KNISLEY I have no room left on my walls, and yet I want these. so very bad. Awesome, so are you! 桜の季節だし、地震でみんな京都に押し掛けているので、予約は早めにしないと。 When I get my own home there will be a room whose walls will be devoted to nothing but these posters. Fred's shirt on the fourth poster reminds me of that Family Guy scene where Peter has to kill a whole bunch of people on a plane, because he's the temporary grim reaper. "We like being alive, we like being alive. thats Cedric. These are astonishing and wonderful. Boobs and Showtunes! Amazing, I am floored at how detailed, funny, and original these are! seriously, this is amazing. These are amazing!! The last view of Vernon Dursley in the third poster absolutely slays me for some reason. In conclusion, YES, MORE POSTERS PLEASE. Oh dear god, these are fantastic. Oh my god, PLEASE make more!! Related:  Creative

WWIII Propaganda Posters Written by Thomas Baekdal | Friday, January 28, 2011 Artist Brian Lane Winfield Moore has recreated a number of the old WWII posters in a more modern "war of interwebs" style. Beautiful work. Follow: 42Concepts Extraordinary - StumbleUpon Say What? A Brief Audio History of Lyrics That Aren’t Lyrics What do Elton John, Seal and Eminem all have in common? Well, apart from fame, they all have hit songs with lyrics that aren’t actually words. This short video clip spans 49 years of nonsense lyrics from 26 different songs. It’s pretty amazing how recognizable nonsense can be. MORE: The Top 10 Songs With Silly Lyrics party receiver oct 26, 2006 party receiver by jinseup ted shin from usa designer's own words: This is a small electronic device that receives an FM signal from your music player, i.e. ipod, cell phone, cd player or any device equipped with an FM transmitter. At a party it is always hard to control the music you play, the sound of volume is not playing evenly throughout the place and you always have to have a big and bulky stereo system. Just plug this simple device into your power outlets; it will receive songs from your music player, even from your tiny ipod shuffle throughout entire place. It has a simple mechanism, speaker, led, and FM receiver. At first you plug in to a power outlet, the front indicator light will flash. If you like to pump up the volume you plug more in. title usage detail jinseup ted shin

Wild Scenics Pictures [ View fewer images per page ] Click here to show (or hide) search and display options [ For a large image and details: click on photo to stay in current window, click on photo ID to open new window.] Brilliant Handpainting Art - Influential Mom Blogger, Parenting, Community 319.5K Amazing Shares Facebook 15 Pin It Share 39 39 Twitter 43 Google+ 6 StumbleUpon 319.4K Email -- Email to a friend 319.5K Amazing Shares × Artists: Mario Mariotti and Guido Danielle Beautiful and stunning are the only words to describe!! Wanna see more awesome stuff?

Viral Video Chart New Heineken ad, 'The Date'. Watch a legendary date in action. #thedate Heineken has just shared the second film in their Legends campaign following on the heels of the brand’s popular ‘Entrance’ campaign which you’ll remember seeing end of last>/a> year. In this latest effort, Heineken has upped the ante with a story of a date, recast as a hip fairy-tale, that every guy would like to create for that special someone. ‘The Date’ follows the Heineken legend as he woos his girl on an epic date. The campaign doesn’t stop at the ad. Heineken plans more activity later in the year with an interactive phase of the campaign which promises to kick start a few legendary dates.

Skateboarding Art by Haroshi I think these wooden Skateboarding Art sculptures are simply stunning. All these works of art are by Tokyo-based artist Haroshi. They are made from skateboard deck, believe it or not. The way that the objects have been carved-out of stacked plywood is very unique—and check out the colours: All these art pieces were made by sculptor Haroshi. Haroshi makes his art pieces recycling old used skateboards. Here are more of his artistic works… Please Stumble this Post: Top Image: Haroshi Fire Hydrant [link]. Above images: Wooden Shoe and Sneaker Sole. [© link] You can see more Haroshi “Skateboarding Art” over on Want Some More Daily Inspiration? If you’d like some further daily inspiration, then why don’t you check out Giant Redwood Trees of California. ★ Related Posts here on Design Soak Magazine ★

List of emoticons A simple smiley This is a list of notable and commonly used emoticons or textual portrayals of a writer's mood or facial expression in the form of icons. The Western use of emoticons is quite different from Eastern usage, and Internet forums, such as 2channel, typically show expressions in their own ways. In recent times, graphic representations, both static and animated, have taken the place of traditional emoticons in the form of icons. Emoticons can generally be divided into two groups: Western or Horizontal (mainly from America and Europe), and Eastern or Vertical (mainly from east Asia). Western The emoticon in Western style is written most often from left to right as though the head is rotated counter-clockwise 90 degrees. Eastern Eastern emoticons generally are not rotated, and may include non-Latin characters to allow for additional complexity. Unicode characters References

Soap Flakes : Nathalie Stämpfli Soap Flakes Soap Blocks instead of liquid Soaps Today, most of the soap we use is liquid soap, which contains a lot of water. Block soap instead is more concentrated and therefore has some ecological benefits: You don’t transport unnecessary water around. But what about the usage of soap bars? The Tire Art of Wim Delvoye - StumbleUpon For his series titled "Pneu", Belgian artist Wim Delvoye created a series of decorative objects by hand-carving intricate patterns and floral motifs on used car tires. Through his manipulation of found objects, Delvoye transforms things that seem useful in everyday life into sculptural pieces that carry a different value from their original intended purpose. Delvoye calls his own approach to art ‘glocal’, referring to ‘local’ and ‘global’, which is his own ironical way of describing art. Find out more about Wim's work here.

Creative Street Art Creative Street Art September 20th, 2011 | Inspiration | Incredible street art created by talented French artist OaKoAk shows popular fictional characters integrated into the urban environment. Bart Simpson, Pinocchio, Spider-Man, and other characters all interact with traffic lights, cracks in the walls, and random objects on the street. For more art, check out: 3D Pavement Art and 3D Chalk Drawings Share this Page: Elphi This is absolutely amazing! Add Your Comment In Persona – What’s in your bag? In Persona – What’s in your bag? Awesome series of photographs by Jason Travis. Make your inner voyorist happy and visit his Flickr set In Persona. Also, there is an interview with him on Dashboard Co-Op. 14th of July 2010 Probably Related Face Your Pockets berne Hibernation London from above, at night Travel Status Back home since 56 days Currently in: Switzerland Oh dear, do you realise how old your browser is?

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