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artchipel:

Tumblr Artist

David Michael Chandler | The Daily Doodles on Tumblr (USA)

Born in Seattle, David Michael Chandler grew up in Portland and currently lives in Los Angeles. He is a self taught artist, learning by doing The Daily Doodles: “Everything I create on my site is written and drawn by me alone, and I love how I can control every aspect of my art and have it succeed or fail with only me to blame. I try to keep it all as original as possible, and as a rule I don’t reference anything from pop culture, such as TV or movies.” A lot of his work involves the dark side of childhood nostalgia and fears, plus often mixing it with fantasy elements such as space travel, demons, and so on. David tries to make each story and drawing have as many layers he can squeeze in, and hopes people find something they can connect with in them. (Interview with artist by Artchipel Sept-2013)

[more David Michael Chandler aka The Daily Doodles]

thatcoffeehouse:

Keep Warm and Snuggle Up

thatcoffeehouse:

Keep Warm and Snuggle Up

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americastestkitchen:

Planning a party or celebration? With our 6 Easy and Modern Cake-Decorating Ideas, you’ll effortlessly turn out a special cake for family and friends.  

americastestkitchen:

Planning a party or celebration? 

With our 6 Easy and Modern Cake-Decorating Ideas, you’ll effortlessly turn out a special cake for family and friends.  

For Feline Lovers, An Adorable Parade Of Animated Japanese Cartoon Catsdesigntaxi.com
[Click here to view the video in this article] Here’s something for all you feline lovers out there.‘MitchiriNeko March’ is an adorable animated video that features a parade of Japanese cartoon cats marching past your screen.Described …

For Feline Lovers, An Adorable Parade Of Animated Japanese Cartoon Cats
designtaxi.com

[Click here to view the video in this article]
Here’s something for all you feline lovers out there.
‘MitchiriNeko March’ is an adorable animated video that features a parade of Japanese cartoon cats marching past your screen.
Described …

What if one of the most important street photographers of the 20th century was a 1950s children’s nanny who kept herself to herself and never showed a single one of her photographs to anyone?

Decades later in 2007, a Chicago real estate agent and historical hobbyist, John Maloof purchased a box of never-seen, never-developed film negatives of an unknown ‘amateur’ photographer for $380 at his local auction house.

 

John began developing his new collection of photographs, some 100,000 negatives in total, that had been abandoned in a storage locker in Chicago before they ended up at the auction house. It became clear these were no ordinary street snaps of 1950s & 60s Chicago and New York and so John embarked on a journey to find out who was behind the photographs and soon discovered her name: Vivien Maier.

 

More here

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trentgilliss:

Love how this “passive” home designed by architect Dennis Wedlick draws upon tiny churches and vernacular barns. Spirits will soar in this environs.
More photos of the Hudson Passive Project.

trentgilliss:

Love how this “passive” home designed by architect Dennis Wedlick draws upon tiny churches and vernacular barns. Spirits will soar in this environs.

More photos of the Hudson Passive Project.

(via beingblog)