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La Sal del Diablo

La Sal del Diablo is a heavily modified special, built around a 1969 matching numbers Triumph T120R Bonneville.


Ground up Motor Rebuild by Hell on Wheels in Anaheim, CA. (USA)
Hardtailed frame.
19″ rear 21″ front Borrani rims with ’71 Triumph twin leader front drum.
QPD open belt drive
Triumph TT triple trees.
Webco short Bars
Twin Amal Mono Block set up.
Wassell peanut tank
Boyer Ignition
Bates seat & foot pegs
Wassell rear fender
Short flat track pipes.
New Avon Distanzia Tires
Custom aluminum chain guard
Safety wire on all drivetrain nuts & bolts
Certified fuel lines
Short handlebars
Vintage drag fairing with custom stainless vents
Speed hand lettering by Ornamental Conifer

Via El solitario.


Just because.

Via Forgotten Nobility.

1965 Porsche 356

1965 Porsche 356

1965 Porsche 356

1965 Porsche 356

Oh my.

Via Classic Driver.

Panda Omega Speedmaster

Oh my.

Via Forgotten Nobility.


Want this in my bathroom.

Typewriter Guns

Eric Nado disassembles typewriters and reassembles them in the shape of machine guns.

Cintola Maxi pendant lamp

There is something about the Cintola Maxi pendant lamp from Tom Kirk Lighting.

Lamp love

Via Life on Sundays.

Le Labo Santal 26 home diffuser

Forged from the reclaimed wood of New York’s water tanks, the Santal 26 electric home diffuser from Le Labo, is a fragrant homage to Thomas Edison’s lightbulb, and includes a nebulizer to transform Le Labos Santal 26 fragrance oil into a fine mist to spread both light and perfume into your home.

The light and scent intensity are adjusted simultaneously by turning the knob to the right and the scent is diffused through nebulization, a process that breaks down fragrance oil into a very fine mist.

15 Things Charles and Ray Eames Teach Us

  1. Keep good company
  2. Notice the ordinary
  3. Preserve the ephemeral
  4. Design not for the elite but for the masses
  5. Explain it to a child
  6. Get lost in the content
  7. Get to the heart of the matter
  8. Never tolerate “O.K. anything.”
  9. Remember your responsibility as a storyteller
  10. Zoom out
  11. Switch
  12. Prototype it
  13. Pun
  14. Make design your life… and life, your design.
  15. Leave something behind.