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just-good-design:

Pedro Ramirez Vazquez; Metal Coffee Table, c1960.
Apr 21, 2014 / 153 notes

just-good-design:

Pedro Ramirez Vazquez; Metal Coffee Table, c1960.

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life1nmotion:

alemagou, greece
Apr 21, 2014 / 18,790 notes

life1nmotion:

alemagou, greece

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Apr 21, 2014 / 2,109 notes
canvaspaintings:

Branch of Shower Petals, Large Fine Art Print, Watercolor Flowers by pineapplebaystudio (40.00 USD) http://ift.tt/1qCdNcg
Apr 20, 2014 / 144 notes

canvaspaintings:

Branch of Shower Petals, Large Fine Art Print, Watercolor Flowers by pineapplebaystudio (40.00 USD) http://ift.tt/1qCdNcg

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moshita:

Autoportraits

Marc Alberghina

Apr 15, 2014 / 51,647 notes

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gunsknivesgear:

Why a Knife? by Michael Sheesley 
"Knives have some potential advantages over firearms as a self-defense weapon.  It takes a minimal level of training for a knife to become useful as a self-defense tool.  A knife can be used in situations where the use of a firearm isn’t prudent, in a crowd for instance where over-penetration and innocent bystanders may be a concern.  ”
"While disarming someone who has a gun is no simple matter; disarming someone with a knife generally involves grabbing a sharp piece of metal and is infinitely more difficult.  I don’t know many people, even those who are highly trained, who are willing to attempt a knife disarm.”
"A knife does not need to be reloaded and short of breaking the blade or catastrophic failure of the locking mechanism a knife does not malfunction.”
Apr 15, 2014 / 323 notes

gunsknivesgear:

Why a Knife? by Michael Sheesley 

"Knives have some potential advantages over firearms as a self-defense weapon.  It takes a minimal level of training for a knife to become useful as a self-defense tool.  A knife can be used in situations where the use of a firearm isn’t prudent, in a crowd for instance where over-penetration and innocent bystanders may be a concern.  ”

"While disarming someone who has a gun is no simple matter; disarming someone with a knife generally involves grabbing a sharp piece of metal and is infinitely more difficult.  I don’t know many people, even those who are highly trained, who are willing to attempt a knife disarm.”

"A knife does not need to be reloaded and short of breaking the blade or catastrophic failure of the locking mechanism a knife does not malfunction.”

Apr 15, 2014 / 131 notes

actegratuit:

HYUNGKOO LEE
Face Trace 004, 2012
29×17.4×19.8㎝
resin, artificial teeth, stainless steel wire, acrylic, aluminum plate, bolt

Apr 14, 2014 / 10 notes

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