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Bad news: A major vulnerability has been disclosed for the technology that powers encryption across the majority of the internet. That includes Tumblr. Our team took immediate action to fix the issue, but you should still take some time to change your password, not only here but on any other sites you visit. 

You should also strongly consider enabling two-factor authentication. It’ll go a long way to ensure that no one besides you can access your account. Thanks, and take care.


Quilled Paper Reproduction of Beck’s “Song Reader” Book Cover by Ham

This is definitely the definition of a dedicated fan. Japanese artists Ham painstakingly re-created the cover of Becks “Song Reader” book by using nothing more than paper and some glue. A fantastic time lapse video is embedded below that shows the entire making process and it’s definitely worth a watch.

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Stained Glass Windows Made from Laser Cut Paper by Eric Standley

Inspired by Gothic and Islamic architecture artist Eric Standley constructs intricate stained glass windows from numerous sheets of laser cut paper. His most recent work, Either Or Arch 5.1 (top), is made from over 100 sheets alone. See much more of his work in his artworks gallery

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The intricate magic of pencil lead sculptor Dalton Ghetti.


dear gods..

And I can’t even sharpen one at first attempt without breaking it

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Traveler’s Cup is a series of digital pigment prints by Colorado-based artist Joo Yeon Woo that features symbolic representations of cultural displacement.

By shrinking monuments and architectural landmarks, making them compact enough to fit into a cup, Woo explores the idea of disconnection from culture and origins. Whether it’s through physical relocation or simply via the digital era we live in, where much of the world is seen on a screen, it’s all far from the actual source.

Traveler’s Cup by http://www.spacekite.net/

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Tokyo-based Torafu Architects created the “Crystal Aqua Trees”, an interactive Christmas lights installation for the outdoor event space of the Sony Building in Ginza, Japan.

“Inspired by the Trevi fountain in Rome, the “Ai no Izumi” (Fountain of Love) charity drive has been held by Sony every year since 1968. For this edition, Torafu architects proposed a new embodiment as an interactive installation.

The Crystal Aqua Trees is a crystal work of art inspired by the concept of a fountain that can be seen as a spray of water as well as a Christmas tree. In response to changes in the landscape of the street and the actions of people, the illumination will play beautiful music in harmony with a gorgeous light display. The movement of people is picked up by a sensor camera, which prompts the pillars of light illuminated by LEDs to change colors to create a glimmering structure.

Crystal Aqua Trees by http://torafu.com/

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i don’t like spoonflower!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


for those of you who have created your own fabric and/or have your designs printed to sell….I NEED YOUR HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Where do you do this? I’m not a big fan of spoonflower……..HELP!!!!!!!!!!!! if you know someone that can help please have them put the answer in my inbox!!!



Vigilante Leather owner David Vigil has announced he is suffering from Stage III Stomach Cancer and he is asking for everyone’s help with fighting his illness. We’ve featured his work here before (Uncharted Watch / Uncharted Gun Holster) and if he’s inspired you in any way, now’s a good time to give back.

There are two ways to help:

  1. Donate money so he can get his “last hope” procedure and after care.
  2. Spread the word! Encourage people to donate if you’re unable to yourself.

To donate and to learn more about his illness, visit his page on indiegogo.

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