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 Bianca Luini :Where I See Fashion

There are those who search at length for inspiration, be it for a writing piece, sculpture, or fashion, but then there are artists who look no further than what is right in front of them, finding beauty in everyday objects, colours, and shapes. This week we are highlighting the wonderful blog WISP –– Where I See Fashion by Bianca Luini for her wonderful imagery and abstract view of clothing. The blog curator showcases clothing alongside art pieces with corresponding elements of colour, shape, and layout, with even a single image triggering the creative process for designers, which develops into a whole line of clothing or textile designs.

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Kaneki Ken

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Practicing Korean - TaeyangxYou - Drabble



Youngbae lazily scrolled through Instagram while laying in bed, suffering from insomnia again tonight. But since he had already gone through the Instagram feed a couple of minutes ago, it was getting boring quick.

Just as he was about to throw his phone to the side and at least try to fall asleep, he saw a message notification drop down from the top showing the name he saved you under in his contacts.

Her <3: 지금 뭐해요? (What are you doing right now?)

His eyes widen at the Korean characters in your message as he tapped on your text to reply, but he sees that you were typing again.

Her <3: 자요? (Sleeping?)

He smirked, still amazed and a little surprised while thinking of how he should respond to you. Once he came up with an appropriate response, he began typing.

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Daesung: Seungri is the youngest but people think I am the youngest

Taeyang: It’s because you watch Doraemon and Seungri watches porn.

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Student of the Week: "Don’t be a consumer, be a producer."




11th Grade
New York City, NY

Luna attended her first computer science class without ever writing a line of code. But she knew that computers were important!

She’s never looked back. She’s the NYC Runner up for NCWIT’s Aspirations Awards and has interned throughout her high…


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Makers, hackers, creators; WE WANT YOU!

What can you make with these objects? In this year’s CHRISTMAS LECTURES we want to showcase the creativity and ingenuity of the maker movement. We want to show how the spark of your imagination and some twenty first century tinkering can change the world.

So we’ve made a new Tumblr! We want everyone who hacks, makes and creates to submit their projects to our growing collectioncrafts, at The best ideas might feature in Professor Danielle George’s lectures and be seen around the world, and we’d love for the gallery to become a community for makers and hackers to share, discuss and show off their work.

Made something cool? SUBMIT IT NOW! And follow hackgallery to keep up with the latest submissions.

Here’s Prof Danielle George asking for your help:

What are the CHRISTMAS LECTURES? A series of annual science lectures that are over 180 years old and bring leading scientists to the general public. They’re broadcast on the BBC then go up on the Ri Channel for everyone to watch for free. Previous lecturers have included Carl Sagan, Richard Dawkins, Nancy Rothwell and David Attenborough. Watch them now!

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Welcome to the future, circa 1961.

(Mondo 2000)

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D’aaaaawwww! Turbo, the chihuahua born without front legs, got to meet his hero, Mark Deadrick of 3dyn. After learning about Turbo’s disability, Deadrick created a 3D printed wheelchair to help Turbo explore the world. Before Mark came along, Turbo was using a cart fashioned from toys.

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this man couldn’t harm a flower

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you okay there pete?

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brains, talent and luck are great but heart will always trump them

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this man couldn’t harm a flower

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This photo of Joe and Ruby makes me so happy.

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