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This is how I lay stuff out when I am building something with instructions.

thingsorganizedneatly:

c/o Best Made Co.

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Thoughts?

redesignrelated:

Dowling Duncan submits a unique currency redesign concept for Richard Smith’s Dollar ReDe$ign Project.

“…We have kept the width the same as the existing dollars. However we have changed the size of the note so that the one dollar is shorter and the 100 dollar is the longest. When stacked on top of each other it is easy to see how much money you have. It also makes it easier for the visually impaired to distinguish between notes…”
Dowling Duncan on the proposed redesign for US bank notes


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taste:

can’t deny, that’s amazing.

artinmycoffee:

A Cup of Fire-Breathing Dragon (by jrobblee)

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flashtraffic:

Greatest flow chart of all time

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lorenrochelle:

The creator of the weekly clothing and cuisine webzine recently completed a project of their own. Crayon is a series of food bars that are made from various other foods crushed together, formed into cylinders to look just like crayons, and bound with marshmallow. The crayons are completely edible and even draw on paper! Fabulous. read more

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The sentiment expressed below makes me think that Scout and I are brothers.

extraawesome:

scout:

kings of leon performing “happy alone” in 2004 when they were all on lots and lots of drugs and sound better than they do now. this song will always sound like summer to me and since i’m sitting in my 94 degree bedroom, i think it’s appropriate to indulge.

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ideasareawesome:

Make Music In The Rain - Rain Drum Umbrella Makes Music Out of Rain Drops with different sized “drum heads” for varying sounds. Curious how this would work out in reality.

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bobulate:

Isolating variegation through simplicity with take-out beverage lids, but also fruit decalsfound tea tags, and more. See also: Steven Heller flips his lid. [via]

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