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Here is a collection of the emojis that have been rejected by the Unicode Consortium. (via Rejected Emojis)

Here is a collection of the emojis that have been rejected by the Unicode Consortium. (via Rejected Emojis)

(via » Distractify raises millions – but apparently fails to hire a copy editor JIMROMENESKO.COM)
kenyatta:

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And here’s the rest of the weekend. Enjoy.

And here’s the rest of the weekend. Enjoy.

animalcell:

recalled pencils from a 90’s anti drug campaign

animalcell:

recalled pencils from a 90’s anti drug campaign

matthew-williamson:

genius

junkculture:

Tiny World Cup Team Jerseys Made out of Recycled Cigarette Boxes

"Simply blow into the hidden valve of this soft silk and microfiber tie to inflate it and let the siesta begin." (via bookofjoe: PowerTie — Inflatable Necktie Nap Pillow)

"Simply blow into the hidden valve of this soft silk and microfiber tie to inflate it and let the siesta begin." (via bookofjoe: PowerTie — Inflatable Necktie Nap Pillow)

tastefullyoffensive:

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liartownusa:

Signs


Johan Rosenmunthe
Work from Enlargements.
“Johan Rosenmunthe’s installation utilizes an image taken from the Empire State Building down on the roofs of Manhattan and shows printed crops and zooms into that single image. Part of the exhibited images are posters pasted directly to the wall, others are ‘framed installations’ of images. The master image is present but monitored by the Nexus CCTV 4-camera surveillance system along with other parts of the installation. The audience will partake in the surveillance of each other during the show. 64 Hammershøj building bricks placed directly on the preserved floor functions as support for a few frames. A laser level constantly confirms the position of bricks, posters and a single frame. The laser line is extended by a line of chalk. All materials at the show is for sale. ” – Johan Rosenmunthe

(via Johan Rosenmunthe | i like this art)

Johan Rosenmunthe

Work from Enlargements.

“Johan Rosenmunthe’s installation utilizes an image taken from the Empire State Building down on the roofs of Manhattan and shows printed crops and zooms into that single image. Part of the exhibited images are posters pasted directly to the wall, others are ‘framed installations’ of images. The master image is present but monitored by the Nexus CCTV 4-camera surveillance system along with other parts of the installation. The audience will partake in the surveillance of each other during the show. 64 Hammershøj building bricks placed directly on the preserved floor functions as support for a few frames. A laser level constantly confirms the position of bricks, posters and a single frame. The laser line is extended by a line of chalk. All materials at the show is for sale. ” – Johan Rosenmunthe

(via Johan Rosenmunthe | i like this art)