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A trip on an Mshed Electric Crane 12 (by gusset)

A trip on an Mshed Electric Crane 12 (by gusset)

In Bristol even the boats have moustaches (by gusset)

In Bristol even the boats have moustaches (by gusset)

River of Fundament trailer (by BAMorg)

Mobius Bridges and Buildings - Numberphile (by Numberphile)

Includes reference to Bristol’s proposed Mobius bridge

A trip on an Mshed Electric Crane 10 (by gusset)

A trip on an Mshed Electric Crane 10 (by gusset)

Off we go on the Mayflower, the worlds oldest steam tug on Flickr.Off we go on the Mayflower, the world’s oldest steam tug

Off we go on the Mayflower, the worlds oldest steam tug on Flickr.

Off we go on the Mayflower, the world’s oldest steam tug

(via Neo-Nazis Enlist Cookie Monster | Art & Culture | HUNGER TV)

It has been reported that two men in the German state of Brandenberg have been arrested for handing out neo-Nazi propaganda – with one of the offenders dressed as the Cookie Monster.

Suspicions were raised after a teacher spotted students wandering the halls carrying leaflets emblazoned with ‘To Be German Is Cool’. Both men were arrested on the scene and following searches of their houses more propaganda was unearthed – this time the even weirder scenario of images of the Cookie Monster photoshopped on posters beside Hitler captioned, ‘Who Ate My Cookie’.

An official statement was released by state police spokeswoman Ines Filohn who said, “These extremists are trying to trivialise their dangerous ideology by using simple language, by creating ironic cartoons and by increasingly using social media to reach adolescents.” “The hardcore extremist scene is small, but very well connected. And, they’re cleverly using this type of provocation to gain broader attention, especially in the media,” she continued. The men were later released pending charges and are currently being investigated to determine whether or not they can be linked to 20 other incidents that involved the Cookie Monster.

With his mind firmly concentrated on thoughts of chocolate chips, we’re pretty sure that the Cookie Monster was never the most political inclined of the Sesame Street cast.

(via Neo-Nazis Enlist Cookie Monster | Art & Culture | HUNGER TV)

It has been reported that two men in the German state of Brandenberg have been arrested for handing out neo-Nazi propaganda – with one of the offenders dressed as the Cookie Monster.

Suspicions were raised after a teacher spotted students wandering the halls carrying leaflets emblazoned with ‘To Be German Is Cool’. Both men were arrested on the scene and following searches of their houses more propaganda was unearthed – this time the even weirder scenario of images of the Cookie Monster photoshopped on posters beside Hitler captioned, ‘Who Ate My Cookie’.

An official statement was released by state police spokeswoman Ines Filohn who said, “These extremists are trying to trivialise their dangerous ideology by using simple language, by creating ironic cartoons and by increasingly using social media to reach adolescents.” “The hardcore extremist scene is small, but very well connected. And, they’re cleverly using this type of provocation to gain broader attention, especially in the media,” she continued. The men were later released pending charges and are currently being investigated to determine whether or not they can be linked to 20 other incidents that involved the Cookie Monster.

With his mind firmly concentrated on thoughts of chocolate chips, we’re pretty sure that the Cookie Monster was never the most political inclined of the Sesame Street cast.

A trip on an Mshed Electric Crane 07 (by gusset)

A trip on an Mshed Electric Crane 07 (by gusset)

Barnton Hidden Government Nuclear Bunker 2014 - Abandoned Scotland (by Abandoned Scotland)

catasters:

"Yes… my great-grandfather…"

catasters:

"Yes… my great-grandfather…"

Jason Amm shows us around the studio where he created the soundtrack for the excellent I Dream Of Wires modular synth documentary. (via Solvent - Attack Magazine)

Jason Amm shows us around the studio where he created the soundtrack for the excellent I Dream Of Wires modular synth documentary. (via Solvent - Attack Magazine)

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Type Wayfarer

This Typography Wayfarer glasses are the output of a japanese popup store called Type. Inspired by the two typefaces Garamond and Helvetica, both very different and contrasty, while talking about serif and sans, round and edged, thick and thin. Therefore each line comes in 3 different fontsizes fitting to the height of the legs and the bridge. The small serifs of the Garamond g are connotatively for the edges on the side of the fitting glasses. The same with the Helvetica glasses and the hard end of the h strokes. At least these glasses are not expensive and a cool accessoire for every designer wearing glasses at work. Looking classy and fancy is underlined with Type. 

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