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strawberryskies:

spoonie-living:

65pinkroses:

Amazing spoke guard art for my wheelchair done by my lovely cousin (go check her out)!!! 65 Pink Roses for Cystic Fibrosis :)

Oh my god, so cute. Brb, dying.

So lovely!!

(via hickspanic)

bitchville:

A Modern Kitchen Fitted With A Functional Aquarium

The large aquarium is topped with an L-shaped slab of Corian that effortlessly lifts up at the press of a button, giving you access to the top of the tank. And while the piece may look minimal, the Ocean Kitchen comes complete with hidden storage that helps keep your space organized. Each aquarium is limited edition and customized based on where it’s installed. For fans of tropical fish, this could be the perfect addition to your home.

Ocean Kitchen by http://www.kolenik.com/

(via sweethomestyle)

Studio class doing mind maps. Watched Objectified in Innovations
Lunch at Joes with Ben and Ervin. 
Cocomero with a friend~ 
3D printing a Jacobson chair model and doing homework at ADB.
Still no internet in the apartment. Working at the ike with eunie. 
Longest day of classes. (Standing for hours and reused ppt.s)
Had fun at drawing class though.
First week and already there is so much work. 
Had senior studio and product innovation class.
Lunch at espresso. 
IDEA store and bought some more embroidery material.
Homeworking to forget the embarrassment of today. 
Back at Champaign! yaaaay~ Lack of internet is killing me
Had screen printing and design drawing today. 
Hot weather and sudden rain. Went to see How to Survive. 
At adb to use internet and do homework. 
Super stress today from last minute work to send over.
Packing and packing and cleaning and crying and packing. 
Went out for my last dinner in Chicago before I go back to school.
Still trying to convince my parents to let me have the car..

thebestworstidea:

30-space-chickens-go:

Possibly one of the best characters to ever be on TV

Salem was such a good character no one cared he was a bad puppet.

(via killer-cat)

Went out with some friend yesterday night at Grant Park. 
Hung out with Eunie all day eating, walking, and catching up.
Going to knock out a little design work.
Dreading the packing process. 

“You are not designed for everyone to like you.”

—   unknown (via siefuku)

(Source: hedonistpoet, via siefuku)

misslillith:

So, amid all the fun times I’m having in NYC, I had a very negative experience this morning and I feel it needs to be talked about. This morning, my Mom, myself, and Julie headed out for a place called the Cloister. It’s basically a sort of museum owned by the MET as I understand it — a monastery from France that was taken apart and rebuilt here in New York. It was a very long and expensive cab ride out to the place, but still I was very excited as religious related museums are always awe inspiring. Once we arrived, a worker opened the door for us and let us inside. We paused, wondering where to go, and he gave me a very dubious look. “I don’t think they’ll let you in wearing that.” He said very tersely, I asked him why and he said something along the lines of “We have rules.” We asked him if there was someone else we could speak to, as we had come a very long way, and he motioned us upstairs. We got our tickets without any trouble and donated $49, as the museum was basically free. As we entered the first exhibit, however, a man in a suit comes up behind us and stops our group. He is very rude and offensive as he accuses us of trying to have a professional photoshoot in the museum, when we have no intention of anything other than generally being a tourist. We explain to him that this is just how I normally dress, but he insists. At this time, we haven’t even touched so much as a cell phone camera. He insinuates that we have a professional camera in our camera bag, and further threatens us with “If you take any photos of her we WILL stop you.” So basically we hurried through the museum scared to even get out our cell phones and felt very threatened the whole time. Meanwhile, many tourists dressed in short shorts and what not are treated very nicely and allowed to take photos and selfies all throughout the exhibits. I personally felt very persecuted and offended, and needless to say I will never be returning to the Cloister. I am very sick and tired of being treated like I’m wearing a costume everywhere I go, and constantly having to explain myself to others just because I look different. However, I will not be discouraged from wearing a fashion that I adore. In fact, I am rather encouraged to challenge the norm due to my experiences. <3

misslillith:

So, amid all the fun times I’m having in NYC, I had a very negative experience this morning and I feel it needs to be talked about. This morning, my Mom, myself, and Julie headed out for a place called the Cloister. It’s basically a sort of museum owned by the MET as I understand it — a monastery from France that was taken apart and rebuilt here in New York. It was a very long and expensive cab ride out to the place, but still I was very excited as religious related museums are always awe inspiring. Once we arrived, a worker opened the door for us and let us inside. We paused, wondering where to go, and he gave me a very dubious look. “I don’t think they’ll let you in wearing that.” He said very tersely, I asked him why and he said something along the lines of “We have rules.” We asked him if there was someone else we could speak to, as we had come a very long way, and he motioned us upstairs. We got our tickets without any trouble and donated $49, as the museum was basically free. As we entered the first exhibit, however, a man in a suit comes up behind us and stops our group. He is very rude and offensive as he accuses us of trying to have a professional photoshoot in the museum, when we have no intention of anything other than generally being a tourist. We explain to him that this is just how I normally dress, but he insists. At this time, we haven’t even touched so much as a cell phone camera. He insinuates that we have a professional camera in our camera bag, and further threatens us with “If you take any photos of her we WILL stop you.” So basically we hurried through the museum scared to even get out our cell phones and felt very threatened the whole time. Meanwhile, many tourists dressed in short shorts and what not are treated very nicely and allowed to take photos and selfies all throughout the exhibits. I personally felt very persecuted and offended, and needless to say I will never be returning to the Cloister. I am very sick and tired of being treated like I’m wearing a costume everywhere I go, and constantly having to explain myself to others just because I look different. However, I will not be discouraged from wearing a fashion that I adore. In fact, I am rather encouraged to challenge the norm due to my experiences. <3

(via kyandi)

lawebloca:

Little Girl Plays on Gentle Giant Tibetan Mastiff ** video **

Meet the Hero Designer Who Publicly Shamed Showtime for Asking Him to Work for Free

(Source: poo-auftoast)


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