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Hôm nay, tui nghe một câu nói thế này: “Đừng đợi đói rồi mới ăn sáng”.

Có chăng tui là người chờ đến khi đói thì mới ăn sáng không! Cũng đâu phải. Tui thức sớm kia mà. Nhưng tui lại ăn sáng thất thường, kiểu như cái mường14 đôi khi có một vài tin báo nghiêm túc không hợp tuổi.

Tui cũng là người hay thay đổi. Điều đó chắc thể hiện rõ nhất qua việc tui nghe nhạc. Người thì chọn cách nghe nhạc theo tâm trạng; người thì chọn nhạc theo phong cách của họ; có người lại nghe cho bớt im ắng. Tui thì nghe nhạc theo kiểu tả bí lù. Không thật sự thích một thể loại, hay một bài nào nhất.

Tui cũng chưa thật sự yêu ai nhất. Kiểu như, thiếu ai đó, tui sẽ không sống được. Cũng là cái tích cực trong tình huống tiêu cực.

You want something. Go get it. Period. - The pursuit of happyness.


 Psalt Design

"Fish tanks and aquariums are often the main attraction in a room, however it is usually the fish themselves that are the focal point rather than the tank. The Bubble Tank aims to question this by creating a beautiful, as well as functional, product aimed to provoke a reaction, conversation or interaction between the owner and any guests.

Made from premium glass, handblown and slumped by a master glassblower each tank has it’s own unique form and individual characteristics. Our aim was not for cheap mass production but for a celebration of skill and craft that is represented in a truly unique product.”


waste less log chair by architecture uncomfortable workshop


Floating Ripple Vases (by oodesign)

Fill your favorite container with water and float the vase. According to the movement of the air, the plants change their position within the container.

oh wow, beautiful


BSG Bikes [D/M]

Constructed out of an ash wood frame and steel counterparts, BSG Bikes are the new urban bicycles with something to prove.

Fitted with standard pieces to aid with maintenance, interested buyers can customize the color of the wood trim and stainless steel parts to their liking.

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New Jersey-based artist Sue Beatrice of All Natural Arts transforms antique pocket watches and other time pieces into awesome works of art using their own clockwork components.

"Combining talent and imagination with a love of nature, the designs are created with the environment in mind. Recycled, upcycled and repurposed objects are combined with natural elements into unique, Earth-friendly and artistic items sensitive to the limits of our natural resources."

No longer keeping time, Sue gives discarded old watches new life as intricate and surisingly lifelike sculptures of animals, human figures, and more. There is something almost magical about these pieces. For example, we wouldn’t be surprised to hear that the clockwork rabbit seen above had suddenly up and hopped away.

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[via My Modern Metropolis and Colossal]