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René Lalique ‘Silènes’ a Vase

René Lalique ‘Silènes’ a Vase, 1938.

Via Lushlight.

 

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Vespa in the rain

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Via Modernizor.

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Ziegfeld Girls

Ziegfeld Girls

Ziegfeld Girls, 1920’s, by Alfred Cheney Johnston.

Via Vintage Everyday.

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Steen Evald

Photographs by Steen Evald.

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Mimi Yoon

Mimi Yoon

Illustrations by Mimi Yoon.

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MiNT SLR670m instant camera with Time Machine

MiNT SLR670m instant camera with Time Machine

The MiNT SLR670m with Time Machine is a classic Polaroid SX-70s camera restored to factory perfection, beautifully updated with 16 manual settings for extra creative control.

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Diadora Equipe Heritage collection

Diadora Equipe Heritage collection

The Equipe model, from Diadora´s Heritage collection brings back the style of the 70s through special washing techniques and the choice of materials, keeping the sporty and casual spirit of the original time.

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Porsche 911 Targa

Porsche 911 Targa

Porsche 911 Targa

Porsche 911 Targa

Porsche 911 Targa, faithfully brought back to its former glory by California-based restoration experts Singer.

Via Autoblog.

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Haori Cup

Haori Cup

Haori Cup

Hasami Yaki is a type of porcelain known for its pure whiteness while Hakata Magemono is the wooden craft work of bending single wooden plates by hand and fashioning them into shapes. Uniting these crafts into a beautiful cup and holder is designer Tomoya Nasuda. Taking its name from the Haori, a type of traditional garment that is wrapped around the body, the Haori Cup employs a similar type of style.

Via Spoon & Tamago.

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Gary Linden 100% agave surfboard

American surfboard shaper Gary Linden has created a surfboard made entirely of agave, which Linden believes is the only plant in the world that could achieve such a purpose.

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