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starllex:

this is my favorite post of all time

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At Montmartre Cemetery I asked a cat for directions to Traffaut’s grave. I got no reply. View high resolution

At Montmartre Cemetery I asked a cat for directions to Traffaut’s grave. I got no reply.

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#justjesusythings

We’re all going to hell

this post might be the best thing ive seen on here

I’m dying

Well

I laughed

THIS IS THE BEST FUCKING THING I HAVE EVER SEEN

this is my favorite post on this website. seriously. 

MAY THE GREAT ALMIGHTY RISEN LORD, JESUS CHRIST, THE ONLY BEGOTTEN SON OF THE ONE TRUE GOD, HAVE MERCY ON YOUR WICKED AND TWISTED SOULS

Jesus doing things.

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at maker faire

Automatic drawing. #kansascitymakersfair (at KC Makers Fair)

I think I’m miscast.  (at Barkley KC) View high resolution

I think I’m miscast. (at Barkley KC)

archiemcphee:

Although his workshop in Minsk officially exists to repair appliances, Belarusian Dmitry Tihonenko is also an artist who transforms humble household appliances into fully functional steampunk works of art. His own fridge, microwave, coffee machine, television, stereo, dishwasher, most of his furniture and even his mobile phone have all been given stunning steampunk makeovers.

What has become an obsession began as a hobby while Dmitry was serving in the military:

“The hobby to metal began in the army, when I served in the Northern Fleet in the Barents Sea. On the ship, there are many details made of the copper, which you regularly have to scrub. Gradually it turned into a habit.”

“From my grandmother I have got an old but working fridge, it was pity to throw in the trash, and I decided to “upgrade” it.”

The funny thing is, while he’s been ‘upgrading’ appliances for years, it wasn’t until 2011 that Dmitry learned that there was a name for his beloved aesthetic of riveted brass and copper, wood, ornate handles and lots of buttons and knobs.

Head over to EnglishRussia for many additional photo of Dmitry Tihonenko’s steampunk housewares.

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Jeff Hong - “Unhappily ever after”

Wow this post hurt my inner child

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