景色・Keshiki

October 22
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Richard Swarbrick makes these great impressionist animations of sports events.

Richard Swarbrick [via Kottke]

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Pasona’s Tokyo HQ

Integrated within the building are urban farming facilities that occupy roughly 20% of the entire office space and support 200 species of fruits, vegetables and rice. Office workers take turns helping to maintain the urban farm and harvest the food, most of which ends up being served in the office cafeteria.

You couldn’t get much more “locally sourced”.

October 16
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Picture. Perfect. All the way down to the cover on the wheel arch.

[Dolly Faibyshev via Curbed and Zite]

Picture. Perfect. All the way down to the cover on the wheel arch.

[Dolly Faibyshev via Curbed and Zite]

August 19
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A set of “Desk houses”.

[Probably via Spoon & Tamago, but I have had it open in a tab for weeks, so I can’t remember]

A set of “Desk houses”.

[Probably via Spoon & Tamago, but I have had it open in a tab for weeks, so I can’t remember]

June 26
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  A Sudden Gust of Wind (after Hokusai) is a large colour photograph displayed in a light box. It depicts a flat, open landscape in which four foreground figures are frozen as they respond to a sudden gust of wind. It is based on a woodcut, Travellers Caught in a Sudden breeze at Ejiri (c.1832) from a famous portfolio, The Thirty-six Views of Fuji, by the Japanese painter and printmaker Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849).

A Sudden Gust of Wind (after Hokusai) is a large colour photograph displayed in a light box. It depicts a flat, open landscape in which four foreground figures are frozen as they respond to a sudden gust of wind. It is based on a woodcut, Travellers Caught in a Sudden breeze at Ejiri (c.1832) from a famous portfolio, The Thirty-six Views of Fuji, by the Japanese painter and printmaker Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849).

March 20
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  For pictures of people feeding birds by a riverbank […] I guess this about closes the category.


Agreed.

[Via TOP]

For pictures of people feeding birds by a riverbank […] I guess this about closes the category.

Agreed.

[Via TOP]

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Sakae makes Kanzashi. No superlatives are adequate for her work.

[Via Spoon & Tamago]

Sakae makes Kanzashi. No superlatives are adequate for her work.

[Via Spoon & Tamago]

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March 7
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mrdiv:

meta_hexa

mrdiv:

meta_hexa

January 24
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  Japanese twitter user @Kya74 recently unearthed an incredibly detailed maze that her father created almost 30 years ago. [… Her] father explained that he spent 7 years creating the map on A1 size paper.


… I no longer worry about my obsessiveness.

[Via Spoon & Tamago]

Japanese twitter user @Kya74 recently unearthed an incredibly detailed maze that her father created almost 30 years ago. [… Her] father explained that he spent 7 years creating the map on A1 size paper.

… I no longer worry about my obsessiveness.

[Via Spoon & Tamago]

December 23
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hellopanos:

Kisho Kurokawa
more

hellopanos:

Kisho Kurokawa

more

(Source: undergroundsapporo)

November 23
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Would look very nice plugged into the 22 amplifier

Would look very nice plugged into the 22 amplifier

October 24
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The Everywhere Project


  Wichita […] is home to most of the major airplane manufacturers and has long borne the nickname ‘Air Capital of the World.’


[Via grain edit]

The Everywhere Project

Wichita […] is home to most of the major airplane manufacturers and has long borne the nickname ‘Air Capital of the World.’

[Via grain edit]