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Happy MONDAY!!!

Happy Holi!! Best day EVER!!!

tolivecontent:

The Colors of Holi 2012 | Around the world, Hindus are celebrating Holi, the Festival of Colors. Holi is a popular springtime celebrations observed on the last full moon of the lunar month. Participants traditionally throw bright, vibrant powders at friends and strangers alike, celebrating the arrival of Spring, commemorating Krishna’s pranks, and allowing everyone a momentary freedom — a chance to drop their inhibitions and simply play and dance. Gathered here are images of this year’s Holi festival from across India and several other countries. MORE PHOTOS

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therhumboogie:

By Gregory Euclide, these ideas about world building and construction have been appealing to me lately, you don’t get much better than this. I’ve seen the idea of a painting pouring from the frame before, but never anything quite so elaborate! The area of the sculpture to the left where it is being built back up is stupendous, the stilts just make it.

He has some gripping images of the construction and development of the whole thing on his Flickr, too good not to see.

…I

wha…

…close to giving up art

Okay.

/throws out art supplies

(Source: designboom.com, via beatandbeating)

hey baby, let’s get married in a chapel made of LEGOS!
tart-pastry:

A chapel, made of LEGO bricks?
Not LEGO, but LEGO-like concrete blocks, give form to the 65-feet-tall “Abondantus Gigantus,” a church space, located in the Netherlands. 
The blocks’ toy-like appearance belies their size, which have the dimensions of the stones at the Egyptian pyramids.  

hey baby, let’s get married in a chapel made of LEGOS!

tart-pastry:

A chapel, made of LEGO bricks?

Not LEGO, but LEGO-like concrete blocks, give form to the 65-feet-tall “Abondantus Gigantus,” a church space, located in the Netherlands. 

The blocks’ toy-like appearance belies their size, which have the dimensions of the stones at the Egyptian pyramids.  

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iheartclassics:

Check out Columbia architecture graduate, John Locke’s innovative idea to get New Yorkers to read more. So unique !

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iheartclassics:

Check out Columbia architecture graduate, John Locke’s innovative idea to get New Yorkers to read more. So unique !