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17 Apart: How To: DIY Stump Table You guys, we made a table from a slice of tree stump, no joke! We mentioned tackling a DIY project we were pretty excited about weekend before last — well we finally got it finished and this is it. Here's the whole (very long) story of how this all came about and step by step instructions of exactly how it went down in the event you want to tackle making one of your own! We started out with a stump — obviously. What's funny about how this all came about is in how we actually found and brought the stump home. It just sat there day after day and about 2 weeks after she began seeing it she started telling me each evening how she wanted me to go get it so we could make something out of it. The stump was heavy as all get out but I was able to get it in the front seat of the car safely, buckle her in and bring her back home (please don't ask me why my shorts are riding up so high in this photo, maybe the most embarrassing shot of me on the blog to date): I sanded and sanded: What's that?

Extraordinary The 33 most beautiful abandoned places in the World 1. Christ of the Abyss, San Fruttuoso, Italy Via: en.www.lensart.ru 2. Via: photography.nationalgeographic.com 3. Via: reddit.com 4. Via: photoree.com 5. Image by David Gray / Getty Images 6. Via: onebigphoto.com 7. Via: baldeaglebluff 8. Via: leiraenkai.deviantart.com 9. 10. 15th century monastery, Black Forest, Germany Via: abandonedography.com 11. Via: natureknights.net 12. Via: panoramio.com 13. Via: theglobalpanorama.com 14. Via: www.fivelightsdown.co.uk 15. Via: commons.wikimedia.org 16. Via: nedhardy.com 17. Via: ruschili.35photo.ru 18. Source: i.imgur.com / via: reddit.com 19. 1984 Winter Olympics bobsleigh track in Sarajevo Source: flickr.com 20. 21. Source: lana-sator.livejournal.com / via: i.imgur.com 22. Source: logicalrealist / via: i.imgur.com 23. Source: flickr.com / via: i.imgur.com 24. Image by Dimitar Kilkoff / Getty Images 25. 26. Source: ebow.org 27. Source: ny.curbed.com 28. Source: alveart 29. Via: steampunkopera.files.wordpress.com

40 Must-See Photos From The Past The phrase “a picture is worth a thousand words” was coined by American newspaper editor Arthur Brisbane in 1911. It’s a simple notion that applies to many aspects of our lives, but especially to historical photography. Sometimes, one simple picture can tell you more about history than any story you might read or any document you might analyze. These photographs all tell stories about the historical figures or events that they represent. Perhaps the wars, poverty, fights for freedom and little miracles of the past have lessons for us that we can use today? (via sobadsogood) Woman With A Gas-Resistant Pram, England, 1938 Unpacking the head of the Statue of Liberty, 1885 Elvis in the Army, 1958 Animals being used as part of medical therapy, 1956 Testing of new bulletproof vests, 1923 Charlie Chaplin at age 27, 1916 Hindenburg Disaster, May 6, 1937 Circus hippo pulling a cart, 1924 Annette Kellerman promotes women’s right to wear a fitted one-piece bathing suit, 1907. Suntan vending machine, 1949

THE SUN WAS HIGH: DIY // Galaxy Jeans I don't want to enter in a "I liked galaxies before it was cool to like them" monologue, but I've always been obsessed with outer space! My brother and I used to visit the local library and borrow tons of books about galaxies, spaceships and planets. The obsession stuck and now, even my design portfolio is filled with space-inspired pieces. There is something so fascinating and mysterious about coloured clouds, planets and stars... You'll need: - A pair of black jeans. - A spray bottle filled with two parts bleach (javel) and one part cold water - Some acrylic paints. - An old toothbrush - A sponge - Little containers/plates to mix the paint WARNING: As you can see, the pictures show both sides of the jeans. HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR DIY JEANS: As long as you are careful while washing them, the paint should not come off. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Did you enjoy this tutorial?

Bicycle-Powered Treehouse Elevator by Ethan Schlussler Ethan Schlussler built a bicycle-powered elevator to access a 30-foot-high tree house he is building in Northern Idaho… Ethan Schlussler Ethan Schlussler a récemment transformé un vieux vélo en ascenseur à pédales pour accéder à une maison d’ arbre de 30 pieds de haut, dans le nord de l’Idaho … Artist Turns Her Small Studio Room Into Surreal Dreamscapes Without Using Photoshop Young Korean artist Jee Young Lee recently presented her beautiful, surrealistic and Photoshop-free photography exhibition named “Stage of Mind”. The magic happens in the artist’s small 3,6 x 4,1 x 2,4-meter studio in Seoul. The artist builds these highly dramatic, psychedelic and visually intense scenes herself, ensuring that every teeny tiny detail is hauntingly perfect and leaves the viewer in awe. Jee Young Lee works with such precision that the creation of a set often takes weeks or even months of work. As soon as the otherworldly sets are done, the artist incorporates herself in them in various different ways and takes these stunning self-portraits. According to the artist herself, all of the photography sets and her specific roles in them tell a particular story about her personal life experiences or resurrect traditional Korean fables or other cultural heritage from around the world. Take a look at Jee Young Lee‘s photos and embrace her enchanting world! Treasure Hunt Resurrection

Creative Dad Colors His Kids' Drawings And The Results Are Amazing These holiday themed drawing is a collaborative effort between a talented dad and his creative child. Few days ago Reddit user Tatsputin share an album of drawings made by his kids that he colored while on business trips. Every month Tatsputin takes a three-hour work-related flight and pass his time by coloring in adorably scribbled drawings by his kids. Tatsputin use colored pencils to add different colors to the drawings and the final results are nothing less than amazing. via:

Vintage social networking posters September 22nd, 2010. Both comments and pings are currently closed. A great series of vintage social networking posts by Moma Propaganda. PLEASE NOTE: To prevent spam, your first comment will be moderated so there may be a short delay before it appears.

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