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Beautifully beat.
calivintage:

claire photographed by fashionist.

Beautifully beat.

calivintage:

claire photographed by fashionist.

  9:23 pm, reblogged  by telephonehands, [ 20,022 notes ]


Love this gem, the personal bag of Gaston-Louis Vuitton, 1901. 

Love this gem, the personal bag of Gaston-Louis Vuitton, 1901. 

  12:53 pm, by telephonehands, [ 1 note ]


Canada-based photographer, Andrew B. Meyers captures simple compositions and colors. My brother and I used to have a globe like that, loved that thing. 

(Source: andrewbmyers.com)

  11:27 am, by telephonehands, [ 1 note ]


(Source: girlinlondon)

  10:03 am, reblogged  by telephonehands, [ 10,733 notes ]


Titled Tree Line by Zander Olsen, this is a ongoing series of photographs taken place in the forests of Surrey, Hampshire, and Wales. A concept similar to artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s technique of “wrapping” large scaled structures to accentuate a different way of experiencing landscapes, Tree Line differs in a sense that the wrapping illustrates a visual relationship between the trees and its horizon according to a viewer’s or camera’s point of view. 

(Source: blog.freepeople.com)

  9:37 am, by telephonehands, [ 2 notes ]


A very interesting veneer chair titled “Bone” constructed by JDS architects. The concept is simply dissecting a chair, leaving the chair’s skeleton which creates this fantastic result. They distinctly illustrated the process of evolution of the careful cuts.

  12:17 pm, by telephonehands, [ 1 note ]


An eclectic and Swedish apartment in Stockholm featuring vintage furnishings and knick knacks, it’s really a treat to look through. I’m especially fond of the artwork and selection of colors that contribute to the boldness of the kitchen.

(Source: skeppsholmen.se)

  9:36 am, by telephonehands, [ 1 note ]


  10:55 am, reblogged  by telephonehands, [ 63 notes ]


I got so emotional when I saw this, so touching. Everyone should watch this:

GetUp! in Australia released a commercial on Thursday from the perspective of one half of a gay couple in love. It builds to the big moment that they want legalized — a proposal to get married. 


Polls in Australia show support for marriage equality has increased to almost two-thirds of voters. But Prime Minister Julia Gillard remains opposed, arguing that “the institution of marriage has come to have a particular meaning and standing in our culture and nation and that should continue unchanged.”

In the commercial, the couple seems like any other that might fit that “meaning,” except for their gender. Groups such as The Third Way in Washington have arguedbased on new research that it’s a message of commitment like this one — and not about benefits or rights — that will be most effective with voters.”

  10:54 am, by telephonehands, [ 13 notes ]


  2:12 pm, by telephonehands, [ 4 notes ]