retr0philia:

tenaciousblink:

soon

is this all in Australia
girls-andsin

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classachusetts:

The CEO of cool.

classachusetts:

The CEO of cool.

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worclip:

Memobottle (2014) by Jesse Leeworthy and Jonathan Byrt on Kickstarter

Photographed by Tarin Grey

In an effort to reduce the amount of single use plastic bottles being manufactured everyday, we have designed the MEMOBOTTLE, a durable, dishwasher-friendly, long life water bottle constructed from recyclable BPA-free Tritan. 

Single use bottle consumption has gone bananas in recent years, with 1,500 plastic bottles being used and discarded every SECOND in the US. This has a damaging effect on both the environment, and our hip pockets. The recommended water consumption (8 glasses per day) is about 1,400 times more expensive when consumed in purchased water bottles compared to that from a tap! In response to this, many have turned to the more environmentally friendly alternative - reusable bottles. It’s a common belief that plastic is The Devil, however, due to the monstrous use of embodied energy from Alluminium and Stainless Steel raw material to product, reusable plastic bottles are actually 80% more environmentally friendly than its counterparts. 

Resembling the shape of a piece of paper, the Memobottle is a slimline, premium designed delight which suitably slides into your favorite carry bag along side your computer, books and valuables. The Memobottle brings leak-proof hydration to a new level of style and efficiency.

Lay it flat, or stand it up - in all circumstances where the conventional bottle just makes no sense!

ohthentic:

vimandvigour:

megasoft:

This is wonderful.

I’ll always reblog this. Women don’t need to be robbed of their sexuality once they pass a certain age.

quite queer

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The Rolling Stones in Morocco, 1967.

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astrodidact:

This is SO badass….

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cross-connect:

Alex MacLean (born 1947) is an American photographic artist who is best known for his aerial photographs. His photographs have portrayed the history and evolution of the land from vast agricultural patterns to city grids, recording changes brought about by human intervention and natural processes.

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thetuesdayafter:

Matt Connors at Canada

thetuesdayafter:

Matt Connors at Canada