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Vespa love

Via Mesmerizing Street Poetry.

Three Stones From The Sun - Dave Rastovich

From his home in Byron Bay, Dave “Rasta” Rastovich talks about his outlook on professional surfing, his philosophy on life, wabi sabi and the joys of faded flowers.

Josephine Cardin

Josephine Cardin

Photography by Josephine Cardin.

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Minus 8: Layer 24 wristwatch

Minus 8: Layer 24 wristwatch

San Francisco watch makers Minus-8 pride themselves on keeping alive the functional excellence of traditional watchmaking, by offering fine timepieces which can be used for a lifetime, and passed down from generation to generation.

Layer 24 embodies the clean restraint and modern industrial spirit of Minus-8 and follows the pursuit of an uncompromised vision to build a watch of individually layered stainless steel.  The result is a stadium effect of 6 layers of 316L bonded surgical steel flowing from the exterior to the interior of the watch face, uninterrupted in one unified gesture.

Kubus bowl

The Kubus Bowl is based on original sketches by Mogens Lassen and features elements evocative of the Bauhaus school, one of Mogens Lassen’s primary inspirations.

Via Skandium.

Off-world vehicle

Via Nasa History & Science.

The Ladybird Book of the Hipster

The Ladybird Book of the Hipster

This year, iconic British book brand Ladybird turns 100 and to celebrate it is launching a delightful series of Ladybird Books for Grownups, specially planned to help grown-ups with the world about them.

Shown here is just a selection of hilarious pages from my favourite of the series, The Ladybird Book of the Hipster.

Read on for some more examples.

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Sam Hendel

But A Canvas photographed by Sam Hendel for RUSSH October/November 2015.

Via The Classy Issue.

Nemo Special Ops drill

The Nemo SPECIAL OPS (SO24-6Li-100) submersible power drill is catered to professionals working in special operations and the special forces. With a depth rating of up to 100m (328ft), this drill has a salt-water resistant all-black paint job with no logo for maximum concealment.

Japanese War Tuba

Japanese soldiers demonstrate the use of a Japanese War Tuba, 1932.

Via Historical Times.

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