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Hilarious and super rad - In Extremis photo series! Italian photographer Sandro Giordano creates the ultimate face plant, over and over again. 

 

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What’s RAD AND HUNGRY without nonstop grubbin’?!

 

Obsessing over designer Dinah Fried’s Fictitious Dishes: An Album of Literature’s Most Memorable Meals. Can you name the story based on the meal? Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas? The Catcher in the Rye? A Confederacy of Dunces?

 

And totally inspired… got to figure out how we can capture one meal that perfectly portrays each country we visit. The meal is the easy part, creating something as magical as Dinah will be the hard part!

 

(via NPR - photographs Dina Fried)

Photographer Bela Borsodi transforms designer clothes into freaky deaky faces. CAN’T STOP staring at the faces despite how much they creep me out!

 

(via So Bad So Good - photos Bela Borsodi)

Livin’ the office life… Is this what my Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday would feel like if I wasn’t on the nonstop RAH World Tour?

 

Isabelle Wenzel’s Building Images is pure genius. 

 

(via Trendland photos Isabelle Wenzel)

Newest obsession? Book spine poetry from Nina Katchadourian. Pure genius. 
 
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Newest obsession? Book spine poetry from Nina Katchadourian. Pure genius. 

 

(via Brain Pickings)

Totally mesmerizing – a beautiful photo series of kids from all over the world paired with their favorite toys.

 

(via Gabriele Galimberti)

Cannot stop obsessing over the OH CANADA photo series from Canadian photographer, Naomi Harris.

 

(via Hyphen Magazine)

Simple, smart design is rarely simple to make. Philip Karlberg has the magic touch. He creates still-life faces by perfectly arranging daily diet goods. Wanna see more? Check ‘em here.
 
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Simple, smart design is rarely simple to make. Philip Karlberg has the magic touch. He creates still-life faces by perfectly arranging daily diet goods. Wanna see more? Check ‘em here.

 

(via It’s Nice That)

Venture off the main drag in Itaewon and you’ll end up exploring a grimy part of Seoul. Tourist trap by day for cheap knock offs and every possible souvenir. And by night the small stalls close shop and then the neon lights pop… the Red Light district in all it’s glory.

 

Love Hein-kuhn Oh’s photo series documenting the people of Itaewon. 

Love Pearpit’s photos of perfectly arrange items found in her every day.
 
(via Trendland)

Love Pearpit’s photos of perfectly arrange items found in her every day.

 

(via Trendland)