For the love of adverbs

An eclectic mix of cute animals, self depricating humor, and important things
vintage-kisses:

This photo is of my town, it’s in quite a poor part and when I passed it on the bus I really realised how true it is

vintage-kisses:

This photo is of my town, it’s in quite a poor part and when I passed it on the bus I really realised how true it is

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lasciel:

rakutstudies:

I love using noise generators for studying, rather than music. I find that I get really distracted by music, whether it’s instrumental or lyrical but I still want to block out the sounds of the library, or I would rather not sit in silence.

I use MyNoise simply because of their wide selection of noise generators, although generally I just use the White Rain generator. In the past, I’ve used SimplyNoise, Rainy Mood, and Rainy Cafe. Which are also nice.

yesss this stuff is great. I like the train noise generator:

http://mynoise.net/NoiseMachines/railroadNoiseGenerator.php?c=0&l=55000000004525001500

And then layer the Rain Noise generator over that… emphasizing the frequencies that will block out any noises I want to block out (such as the TV in the next room over)

(via filthyyuckysteveandbucky)

asylum-art:

Tea room by Minax creates optical effects with lotus + bamboo  minax has completed a project called ‘lotus & bamboo tea room’ for the 2014 china international aquilaria culture exposition & living space exhibition.

shanghai design studio minax has completed a project called ‘lotus & bamboo tea room’ for the 2014 china international aquilaria culture exposition & living space exhibition. the volume is composed of 500 bamboo pieces measuring six centimeters in diameter, which each have different heights. the organization of these vertical pipes follows the shape of an ellipsoid inside a cube. the shape is manipulated by spot lamps which fill the cut of stalks, so upon entry, visitors will find a substantial portion of the massing dissolved. thus, the remaining occupiable floor is negative space.

(via lost-with-the-wild-things)